6 Places To See Sensational Fireworks On New Year’s Eve In Houston

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6 Places To See Sensational Fireworks On New Year’s Eve In Houston

Start/end the year with a bang!

These past two years have been, well, these past two years. In the spirit of letting bygones be bygones, usher in the New Year with hope at the city’s many spectacular fireworks displays. Take a gander at our roundup below. [Featured image: @safatajphoto]

1. Post HTX

The former USPS warehouse now cutting-edge multi-purpose facility is hosting an spectacular NYE party on their new 5.5-acre rooftop park. The festivities are set to include cirque-style performers, live music, well-needed libations, topped off with a eye-popping firework show. The event runs from 8 pm to 2 am. Tickets start at $65.

2. Railway Heights Market

On New Year’s Eve, the newly opened market is hosting The World’s Fair-themed celebration with live music, fireworks, and a plenty of other festivities until 2 in the morning!

3. Sugar Land Holiday Lights

Sugar Land Holiday Lights is a massive spectacle that features over 3 million lights, 8 themed areas, holiday shopping, special events, food, and more! On New Year’s Eve, it’ll host a fireworks show. Tickets are priced at $23 for adults.

4. CityCentre

Beginning at 9:30 pm, CityCentre is hosting a NYE celebration in the plaza with live music courtesy of dance band, People’s Choice, as well as countdown to midnight and firework show until 12:30 am. Parking at the parking lot is priced at $10 after 6 pm. The venue will also be hosting a Noon Year’s Eve event for the kiddos from 11 am – 1 pm.


5. Kemah Boardwalk

On New Year’s Even, Kemah Boardwalk is hosting a glorious celebration featuring live entertainment, live music from Dead Stereo and Velvet Punch, and a righteous fireworks show blasting off at 9:30 pm. The celebration is free for entry. A special NYE Dinner Cruise will also be taking place with a live DJ, party favors, libations, and a multi-course meal. Tickets for the latter are priced at $174.99 per person, $169.99 for seniors aged 55 and older, and $169.99 for military. Boarding for the dinner cruise begins at 8 pm, the cruise starts at 9 pm.

6. Redemption Square

Stop by Redemption Square at 250 Assay Street from 7 pm to midnight for a free New Year’s Eve celebration with live music on the Lawn as well as drink and eats for purchase at at Bocca and Bibo’s, followed by an amazing firework display.

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