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Made for Those Who Do: New Year's Eve in San Francisco
Made for Those Who Do: New Year's Eve in San Francisco
Collection by Eventbrite
Get ready to ring in 2020 in San Francisco. We're on the hunt for epic parties and incredible shows that will have you and your friends talking about this New Year's Eve for years to come. We'll be updating this collection until December 31st, so hit "follow" to know as soon as new events are added.
Made for Those Who Do: New Year's Eve in San Francisco
  • Make your way to South Lake Tahoe, CA for a couple of days to see acts like Skrillex, Zhu, and E-40 on multiple stages! Billed as "literally & figuratively the chillest festival ever," festival-goers will take in the gorgeous mountains of Tahoe while dancing to A-list artists.

  • Cruise around the Bay on the Empress, a gorgeous yacht with panoramic window displays so you can enjoy the views and fireworks show without freezing outside. There'll be a DJ determined to get you dancing, a three-hour premium open bar, and passed appetizers.

  • Spend New Year's Eve aboard a historic aircraft carrier listening to 3 o'Clock Jump, a 16-piece classic Big Band. Take a dance lesson before you hit one of three dance floors, watch the fireworks from the flight deck, and enjoy food and drinks from the cash bar.

  • Set sail on the Fume Blanc in the San Francisco Bay for a Prohibition era-themed cruise. Enjoy four hours of open bar, dancing, casino games, and stunning views of the fireworks as you ring in the New Year.

  • The Mother of All New Year's (MOANY) is throwing a Gatsby-inspired party at The Regency Center. Six DJs will be spinning on three different dance floors, and there's also a VIP experience that includes a four-hour premium open bar.

  • You don't have to have someone to kiss at midnight to enjoy this cruise aboard the Pinot Noir yacht (though it certainly can't hurt). There will be music and dancing on the two spacious decks, a four-hour open bar, a Champagne toast, and fantastic views of the fireworks.

  • Take in some of the best views you'll ever see of SF — and the fireworks — at this swanky New Year's Eve party with music from DJ Mojo and a complimentary midnight Champagne toast from Moët & Chandon.

  • Find yourself in Las Vegas, Hollywood, Miami, New York, and San Francisco all in one night at this New Year's Eve party at the Parc 55 Hilton. Each "city" will have different music, including top 40 hits in Vegas, hip hop in Hollywood, and '80s and '90s in NYC.

  • Ring in the new year with eclectic jams courtesy of J Boog. The Hawaiian reggae singer combines the best of R&B, hip hop, and rock into a reggae fusion that will start your year off on a high note.

  • The Palace Hotel transforms into an international ball this New Year's Eve. Enjoy a more than four-hour-long hosted bar, as well as ten DJs spinning in four rooms, so whatever music you're in the mood for — hip hop, '80s, '90s, salsa, and more — you're guaranteed to hear it.

  • Travel around the world without leaving San Francisco at this black-tie party in the Westin St. Francis Hotel. Expect five rooms with USA, Europe, Asia, South America, and Australia themes, ten DJs, live bands, and a premium open bar.

  • Dance and mingle on Hotel VIA's sexy rooftop lounge this New Year's Eve. Take in panoramic views of the city and amazing views of the fireworks while listening to eight DJs spin top 40s, '80s and '90s, club hits, and more.

  • Dillon Francis — DJ, producer, and pioneer of the Moombahton genre — will be spinning bass-heavy tracks with a side of irreverence inside of the Festival Pavilion at the Fort Mason Center on New Year's Eve. There will also be more than a dozen open bars and a silent disco tent.

  • It's going to be impossible to get an Uber when the bars close on New Year's Eve, but you won't have to worry about that at Afterglow, a dance party from Comfort & Joy that goes until 6 AM. The doors open at 10 PM with three different dance areas, fabulous art, and more.

  • Slip into your flapper dress or finest white tuxedo for this Roaring Twenties-themed party at the W Hotel where there will be five rooms of music, 10 DJs, and a four-hour hosted bar. Go VIP for access to an exclusive lounge with a premium open bar.

  • Get dressed to the nines in your chicest cocktail attire for this New Year's party at August Hall featuring a live set from festival duo Autograf, six premium open bars from 10 PM to 1:45 AM, and more fun things that will make the night memorable.

  • Wonder Bread 5, a boisterous cover band that plays the latest hits to classics from the '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s and beyond, is guaranteed to keep the dance floor packed at this New Year's Eve party with a premium open bar.

  • Celebrate 2020 on the Bay aboard the San Francisco Spirit, a stylish yacht with two interior decks and outdoor space to take in the views and the fireworks show. The night also includes a DJ spinning the latest hits, open bar, appetizers and desserts, and Champagne at midnight.

  • We don't have flying cars or hoverboards yet, but that shouldn't stop you from celebrating the arrival of a new decade with a fresh outlook on what is yet to come. This evening will have sensual performances, interactive theatrics, a cuddle zone, underground beats, and more.

  • Four of the Bay Area's hottest DJs will be spinning the sexiest R&B jams from today and the past at this dance party at Neck of the Woods. Take a break from dancing and play free arcade games, and, if you get there early, enjoy a comedy show before the party really gets going.

  • Go to a dance party in an exquisite space with a huge dance floor, two levels, and cozy VIP booths. The night's entertainment includes several DJs playing hip hop, top 40, and house music, and fully-stocked bars. Go VIP for bottle service.

  • Gryffin will wow you this New Year's Eve with his elaborate performance, including a dramatic light show, and live musicians to accompany his mesmerizing and melodic tracks. There will be five rooms of music across three levels total at this party that goes until 3 AM.

  • Harborview Restaurant & Bar's patio has some of the best views of the fireworks display, and the ambiance inside celebrates the glamorous jazz era of Shanghai. There will also be a DJ spinning all night, dim sum and other hors d'oeuvres, and a Champagne toast at midnight.

  • If it's a pirate's life for you, then there's no better place to start 2020 than at Smuggler's Cove, SF’s intimate tiki bar with a great rum selection. Admission includes welcome punch, two drink tickets, a Champagne toast at midnight, and late-night snacks.

  • Get a view of the fireworks at this swanky party put on by the Commonwealth Club and held at the Kaiser Permanente Rooftop Terrace. The evening includes gourmet cuisine, a four-hour open bar, three separate party spaces, and a balloon drop at midnight.

  • PianoFight is going all out for New Year's Eve with a performance from the house band playing the best songs from the last decade, Drag-aoke (a mix of drag performances and audience karaoke), and a sexy lounge space with specialty cocktails.

  • The popular community-minded nightclub is giving the people what they want for New Year's Eve: house music icon, Mark Farina, in the main room all night, and Make It Funky with special guest Pat Mahoney from LCD Soundsystem and Museum of Love in the loft.

  • Cavallo Point Lodge, the stylish Sausalito resort, takes inspiration from the 1920s for its NYE bash. There will be a DJ, dancing, full-open bar, small bites, and a Champagne toast — plus an exclusive VIP Speakeasy Lounge with Dom Perignon, caviar, and more.

  • Before you kick off a new decade, go back in time to the '70s and '80s when disco, new wave, and rock reigned supreme. The Cat Club will have '70s music in the front and '80s in the back with optional VIP tables and bottle service for those who want to splurge.

  • Make your way to South Lake Tahoe, CA for a couple of days to see acts like Skrillex, Zhu, and E-40 on multiple stages! Billed as "literally & figuratively the chillest festival ever," festival-goers will take in the gorgeous mountains of Tahoe while dancing to A-list artists.

  • Cruise around the Bay on the Empress, a gorgeous yacht with panoramic window displays so you can enjoy the views and fireworks show without freezing outside. There'll be a DJ determined to get you dancing, a three-hour premium open bar, and passed appetizers.

  • Spend New Year's Eve aboard a historic aircraft carrier listening to 3 o'Clock Jump, a 16-piece classic Big Band. Take a dance lesson before you hit one of three dance floors, watch the fireworks from the flight deck, and enjoy food and drinks from the cash bar.

  • Set sail on the Fume Blanc in the San Francisco Bay for a Prohibition era-themed cruise. Enjoy four hours of open bar, dancing, casino games, and stunning views of the fireworks as you ring in the New Year.

  • The Mother of All New Year's (MOANY) is throwing a Gatsby-inspired party at The Regency Center. Six DJs will be spinning on three different dance floors, and there's also a VIP experience that includes a four-hour premium open bar.

  • You don't have to have someone to kiss at midnight to enjoy this cruise aboard the Pinot Noir yacht (though it certainly can't hurt). There will be music and dancing on the two spacious decks, a four-hour open bar, a Champagne toast, and fantastic views of the fireworks.

  • Take in some of the best views you'll ever see of SF — and the fireworks — at this swanky New Year's Eve party with music from DJ Mojo and a complimentary midnight Champagne toast from Moët & Chandon.

  • Find yourself in Las Vegas, Hollywood, Miami, New York, and San Francisco all in one night at this New Year's Eve party at the Parc 55 Hilton. Each "city" will have different music, including top 40 hits in Vegas, hip hop in Hollywood, and '80s and '90s in NYC.

  • Ring in the new year with eclectic jams courtesy of J Boog. The Hawaiian reggae singer combines the best of R&B, hip hop, and rock into a reggae fusion that will start your year off on a high note.

  • The Palace Hotel transforms into an international ball this New Year's Eve. Enjoy a more than four-hour-long hosted bar, as well as ten DJs spinning in four rooms, so whatever music you're in the mood for — hip hop, '80s, '90s, salsa, and more — you're guaranteed to hear it.

  • Travel around the world without leaving San Francisco at this black-tie party in the Westin St. Francis Hotel. Expect five rooms with USA, Europe, Asia, South America, and Australia themes, ten DJs, live bands, and a premium open bar.

  • Dance and mingle on Hotel VIA's sexy rooftop lounge this New Year's Eve. Take in panoramic views of the city and amazing views of the fireworks while listening to eight DJs spin top 40s, '80s and '90s, club hits, and more.

  • Dillon Francis — DJ, producer, and pioneer of the Moombahton genre — will be spinning bass-heavy tracks with a side of irreverence inside of the Festival Pavilion at the Fort Mason Center on New Year's Eve. There will also be more than a dozen open bars and a silent disco tent.

  • It's going to be impossible to get an Uber when the bars close on New Year's Eve, but you won't have to worry about that at Afterglow, a dance party from Comfort & Joy that goes until 6 AM. The doors open at 10 PM with three different dance areas, fabulous art, and more.

  • Slip into your flapper dress or finest white tuxedo for this Roaring Twenties-themed party at the W Hotel where there will be five rooms of music, 10 DJs, and a four-hour hosted bar. Go VIP for access to an exclusive lounge with a premium open bar.

  • Get dressed to the nines in your chicest cocktail attire for this New Year's party at August Hall featuring a live set from festival duo Autograf, six premium open bars from 10 PM to 1:45 AM, and more fun things that will make the night memorable.

  • Wonder Bread 5, a boisterous cover band that plays the latest hits to classics from the '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s and beyond, is guaranteed to keep the dance floor packed at this New Year's Eve party with a premium open bar.

  • Celebrate 2020 on the Bay aboard the San Francisco Spirit, a stylish yacht with two interior decks and outdoor space to take in the views and the fireworks show. The night also includes a DJ spinning the latest hits, open bar, appetizers and desserts, and Champagne at midnight.

  • We don't have flying cars or hoverboards yet, but that shouldn't stop you from celebrating the arrival of a new decade with a fresh outlook on what is yet to come. This evening will have sensual performances, interactive theatrics, a cuddle zone, underground beats, and more.

  • Four of the Bay Area's hottest DJs will be spinning the sexiest R&B jams from today and the past at this dance party at Neck of the Woods. Take a break from dancing and play free arcade games, and, if you get there early, enjoy a comedy show before the party really gets going.

  • Go to a dance party in an exquisite space with a huge dance floor, two levels, and cozy VIP booths. The night's entertainment includes several DJs playing hip hop, top 40, and house music, and fully-stocked bars. Go VIP for bottle service.

  • Gryffin will wow you this New Year's Eve with his elaborate performance, including a dramatic light show, and live musicians to accompany his mesmerizing and melodic tracks. There will be five rooms of music across three levels total at this party that goes until 3 AM.

  • Harborview Restaurant & Bar's patio has some of the best views of the fireworks display, and the ambiance inside celebrates the glamorous jazz era of Shanghai. There will also be a DJ spinning all night, dim sum and other hors d'oeuvres, and a Champagne toast at midnight.

  • If it's a pirate's life for you, then there's no better place to start 2020 than at Smuggler's Cove, SF’s intimate tiki bar with a great rum selection. Admission includes welcome punch, two drink tickets, a Champagne toast at midnight, and late-night snacks.

  • Get a view of the fireworks at this swanky party put on by the Commonwealth Club and held at the Kaiser Permanente Rooftop Terrace. The evening includes gourmet cuisine, a four-hour open bar, three separate party spaces, and a balloon drop at midnight.

  • PianoFight is going all out for New Year's Eve with a performance from the house band playing the best songs from the last decade, Drag-aoke (a mix of drag performances and audience karaoke), and a sexy lounge space with specialty cocktails.

  • The popular community-minded nightclub is giving the people what they want for New Year's Eve: house music icon, Mark Farina, in the main room all night, and Make It Funky with special guest Pat Mahoney from LCD Soundsystem and Museum of Love in the loft.

  • Cavallo Point Lodge, the stylish Sausalito resort, takes inspiration from the 1920s for its NYE bash. There will be a DJ, dancing, full-open bar, small bites, and a Champagne toast — plus an exclusive VIP Speakeasy Lounge with Dom Perignon, caviar, and more.

  • Before you kick off a new decade, go back in time to the '70s and '80s when disco, new wave, and rock reigned supreme. The Cat Club will have '70s music in the front and '80s in the back with optional VIP tables and bottle service for those who want to splurge.

Made for Those Who Do: New Year's Eve in San Francisco
Made for Those Who Do: New Year's Eve in San Francisco
Made for Those Who Do: New Year's Eve in San Francisco
Collection by Eventbrite
Get ready to ring in 2020 in San Francisco. We're on the hunt for epic parties and incredible shows that will have you and your friends talking about this New Year's Eve for years to come. We'll be updating this collection until December 31st, so hit "follow" to know as soon as new events are added.
Get ready to ring in 2020 in San Francisco. We're on the hunt for epic parties and incredible shows that will have you and your friends talking about this New Year's Eve for years to come. We'll be updating this collection until December 31st, so hit "follow" to know as soon as new events are added.
  • Make your way to South Lake Tahoe, CA for a couple of days to see acts like Skrillex, Zhu, and E-40 on multiple stages! Billed as "literally & figuratively the chillest festival ever," festival-goers will take in the gorgeous mountains of Tahoe while dancing to A-list artists.

  • Cruise around the Bay on the Empress, a gorgeous yacht with panoramic window displays so you can enjoy the views and fireworks show without freezing outside. There'll be a DJ determined to get you dancing, a three-hour premium open bar, and passed appetizers.

  • Spend New Year's Eve aboard a historic aircraft carrier listening to 3 o'Clock Jump, a 16-piece classic Big Band. Take a dance lesson before you hit one of three dance floors, watch the fireworks from the flight deck, and enjoy food and drinks from the cash bar.

  • Set sail on the Fume Blanc in the San Francisco Bay for a Prohibition era-themed cruise. Enjoy four hours of open bar, dancing, casino games, and stunning views of the fireworks as you ring in the New Year.

  • The Mother of All New Year's (MOANY) is throwing a Gatsby-inspired party at The Regency Center. Six DJs will be spinning on three different dance floors, and there's also a VIP experience that includes a four-hour premium open bar.

  • You don't have to have someone to kiss at midnight to enjoy this cruise aboard the Pinot Noir yacht (though it certainly can't hurt). There will be music and dancing on the two spacious decks, a four-hour open bar, a Champagne toast, and fantastic views of the fireworks.

  • Take in some of the best views you'll ever see of SF — and the fireworks — at this swanky New Year's Eve party with music from DJ Mojo and a complimentary midnight Champagne toast from Moët & Chandon.

  • Find yourself in Las Vegas, Hollywood, Miami, New York, and San Francisco all in one night at this New Year's Eve party at the Parc 55 Hilton. Each "city" will have different music, including top 40 hits in Vegas, hip hop in Hollywood, and '80s and '90s in NYC.

  • Ring in the new year with eclectic jams courtesy of J Boog. The Hawaiian reggae singer combines the best of R&B, hip hop, and rock into a reggae fusion that will start your year off on a high note.

  • The Palace Hotel transforms into an international ball this New Year's Eve. Enjoy a more than four-hour-long hosted bar, as well as ten DJs spinning in four rooms, so whatever music you're in the mood for — hip hop, '80s, '90s, salsa, and more — you're guaranteed to hear it.

  • Travel around the world without leaving San Francisco at this black-tie party in the Westin St. Francis Hotel. Expect five rooms with USA, Europe, Asia, South America, and Australia themes, ten DJs, live bands, and a premium open bar.

  • Dance and mingle on Hotel VIA's sexy rooftop lounge this New Year's Eve. Take in panoramic views of the city and amazing views of the fireworks while listening to eight DJs spin top 40s, '80s and '90s, club hits, and more.

  • Dillon Francis — DJ, producer, and pioneer of the Moombahton genre — will be spinning bass-heavy tracks with a side of irreverence inside of the Festival Pavilion at the Fort Mason Center on New Year's Eve. There will also be more than a dozen open bars and a silent disco tent.

  • It's going to be impossible to get an Uber when the bars close on New Year's Eve, but you won't have to worry about that at Afterglow, a dance party from Comfort & Joy that goes until 6 AM. The doors open at 10 PM with three different dance areas, fabulous art, and more.

  • Slip into your flapper dress or finest white tuxedo for this Roaring Twenties-themed party at the W Hotel where there will be five rooms of music, 10 DJs, and a four-hour hosted bar. Go VIP for access to an exclusive lounge with a premium open bar.

  • Get dressed to the nines in your chicest cocktail attire for this New Year's party at August Hall featuring a live set from festival duo Autograf, six premium open bars from 10 PM to 1:45 AM, and more fun things that will make the night memorable.

  • Wonder Bread 5, a boisterous cover band that plays the latest hits to classics from the '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s and beyond, is guaranteed to keep the dance floor packed at this New Year's Eve party with a premium open bar.

  • Celebrate 2020 on the Bay aboard the San Francisco Spirit, a stylish yacht with two interior decks and outdoor space to take in the views and the fireworks show. The night also includes a DJ spinning the latest hits, open bar, appetizers and desserts, and Champagne at midnight.

  • We don't have flying cars or hoverboards yet, but that shouldn't stop you from celebrating the arrival of a new decade with a fresh outlook on what is yet to come. This evening will have sensual performances, interactive theatrics, a cuddle zone, underground beats, and more.

  • Four of the Bay Area's hottest DJs will be spinning the sexiest R&B jams from today and the past at this dance party at Neck of the Woods. Take a break from dancing and play free arcade games, and, if you get there early, enjoy a comedy show before the party really gets going.

  • Go to a dance party in an exquisite space with a huge dance floor, two levels, and cozy VIP booths. The night's entertainment includes several DJs playing hip hop, top 40, and house music, and fully-stocked bars. Go VIP for bottle service.

  • Gryffin will wow you this New Year's Eve with his elaborate performance, including a dramatic light show, and live musicians to accompany his mesmerizing and melodic tracks. There will be five rooms of music across three levels total at this party that goes until 3 AM.

  • Harborview Restaurant & Bar's patio has some of the best views of the fireworks display, and the ambiance inside celebrates the glamorous jazz era of Shanghai. There will also be a DJ spinning all night, dim sum and other hors d'oeuvres, and a Champagne toast at midnight.

  • If it's a pirate's life for you, then there's no better place to start 2020 than at Smuggler's Cove, SF’s intimate tiki bar with a great rum selection. Admission includes welcome punch, two drink tickets, a Champagne toast at midnight, and late-night snacks.

  • Get a view of the fireworks at this swanky party put on by the Commonwealth Club and held at the Kaiser Permanente Rooftop Terrace. The evening includes gourmet cuisine, a four-hour open bar, three separate party spaces, and a balloon drop at midnight.

  • PianoFight is going all out for New Year's Eve with a performance from the house band playing the best songs from the last decade, Drag-aoke (a mix of drag performances and audience karaoke), and a sexy lounge space with specialty cocktails.

  • The popular community-minded nightclub is giving the people what they want for New Year's Eve: house music icon, Mark Farina, in the main room all night, and Make It Funky with special guest Pat Mahoney from LCD Soundsystem and Museum of Love in the loft.

  • Cavallo Point Lodge, the stylish Sausalito resort, takes inspiration from the 1920s for its NYE bash. There will be a DJ, dancing, full-open bar, small bites, and a Champagne toast — plus an exclusive VIP Speakeasy Lounge with Dom Perignon, caviar, and more.

  • Before you kick off a new decade, go back in time to the '70s and '80s when disco, new wave, and rock reigned supreme. The Cat Club will have '70s music in the front and '80s in the back with optional VIP tables and bottle service for those who want to splurge.

  • Make your way to South Lake Tahoe, CA for a couple of days to see acts like Skrillex, Zhu, and E-40 on multiple stages! Billed as "literally & figuratively the chillest festival ever," festival-goers will take in the gorgeous mountains of Tahoe while dancing to A-list artists.

  • Cruise around the Bay on the Empress, a gorgeous yacht with panoramic window displays so you can enjoy the views and fireworks show without freezing outside. There'll be a DJ determined to get you dancing, a three-hour premium open bar, and passed appetizers.

  • Spend New Year's Eve aboard a historic aircraft carrier listening to 3 o'Clock Jump, a 16-piece classic Big Band. Take a dance lesson before you hit one of three dance floors, watch the fireworks from the flight deck, and enjoy food and drinks from the cash bar.

  • Set sail on the Fume Blanc in the San Francisco Bay for a Prohibition era-themed cruise. Enjoy four hours of open bar, dancing, casino games, and stunning views of the fireworks as you ring in the New Year.

  • The Mother of All New Year's (MOANY) is throwing a Gatsby-inspired party at The Regency Center. Six DJs will be spinning on three different dance floors, and there's also a VIP experience that includes a four-hour premium open bar.

  • You don't have to have someone to kiss at midnight to enjoy this cruise aboard the Pinot Noir yacht (though it certainly can't hurt). There will be music and dancing on the two spacious decks, a four-hour open bar, a Champagne toast, and fantastic views of the fireworks.

  • Take in some of the best views you'll ever see of SF — and the fireworks — at this swanky New Year's Eve party with music from DJ Mojo and a complimentary midnight Champagne toast from Moët & Chandon.

  • Find yourself in Las Vegas, Hollywood, Miami, New York, and San Francisco all in one night at this New Year's Eve party at the Parc 55 Hilton. Each "city" will have different music, including top 40 hits in Vegas, hip hop in Hollywood, and '80s and '90s in NYC.

  • Ring in the new year with eclectic jams courtesy of J Boog. The Hawaiian reggae singer combines the best of R&B, hip hop, and rock into a reggae fusion that will start your year off on a high note.

  • The Palace Hotel transforms into an international ball this New Year's Eve. Enjoy a more than four-hour-long hosted bar, as well as ten DJs spinning in four rooms, so whatever music you're in the mood for — hip hop, '80s, '90s, salsa, and more — you're guaranteed to hear it.

  • Travel around the world without leaving San Francisco at this black-tie party in the Westin St. Francis Hotel. Expect five rooms with USA, Europe, Asia, South America, and Australia themes, ten DJs, live bands, and a premium open bar.

  • Dance and mingle on Hotel VIA's sexy rooftop lounge this New Year's Eve. Take in panoramic views of the city and amazing views of the fireworks while listening to eight DJs spin top 40s, '80s and '90s, club hits, and more.

  • Dillon Francis — DJ, producer, and pioneer of the Moombahton genre — will be spinning bass-heavy tracks with a side of irreverence inside of the Festival Pavilion at the Fort Mason Center on New Year's Eve. There will also be more than a dozen open bars and a silent disco tent.

  • It's going to be impossible to get an Uber when the bars close on New Year's Eve, but you won't have to worry about that at Afterglow, a dance party from Comfort & Joy that goes until 6 AM. The doors open at 10 PM with three different dance areas, fabulous art, and more.

  • Slip into your flapper dress or finest white tuxedo for this Roaring Twenties-themed party at the W Hotel where there will be five rooms of music, 10 DJs, and a four-hour hosted bar. Go VIP for access to an exclusive lounge with a premium open bar.

  • Get dressed to the nines in your chicest cocktail attire for this New Year's party at August Hall featuring a live set from festival duo Autograf, six premium open bars from 10 PM to 1:45 AM, and more fun things that will make the night memorable.

  • Wonder Bread 5, a boisterous cover band that plays the latest hits to classics from the '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s and beyond, is guaranteed to keep the dance floor packed at this New Year's Eve party with a premium open bar.

  • Celebrate 2020 on the Bay aboard the San Francisco Spirit, a stylish yacht with two interior decks and outdoor space to take in the views and the fireworks show. The night also includes a DJ spinning the latest hits, open bar, appetizers and desserts, and Champagne at midnight.

  • We don't have flying cars or hoverboards yet, but that shouldn't stop you from celebrating the arrival of a new decade with a fresh outlook on what is yet to come. This evening will have sensual performances, interactive theatrics, a cuddle zone, underground beats, and more.

  • Four of the Bay Area's hottest DJs will be spinning the sexiest R&B jams from today and the past at this dance party at Neck of the Woods. Take a break from dancing and play free arcade games, and, if you get there early, enjoy a comedy show before the party really gets going.

  • Go to a dance party in an exquisite space with a huge dance floor, two levels, and cozy VIP booths. The night's entertainment includes several DJs playing hip hop, top 40, and house music, and fully-stocked bars. Go VIP for bottle service.

  • Gryffin will wow you this New Year's Eve with his elaborate performance, including a dramatic light show, and live musicians to accompany his mesmerizing and melodic tracks. There will be five rooms of music across three levels total at this party that goes until 3 AM.

  • Harborview Restaurant & Bar's patio has some of the best views of the fireworks display, and the ambiance inside celebrates the glamorous jazz era of Shanghai. There will also be a DJ spinning all night, dim sum and other hors d'oeuvres, and a Champagne toast at midnight.

  • If it's a pirate's life for you, then there's no better place to start 2020 than at Smuggler's Cove, SF’s intimate tiki bar with a great rum selection. Admission includes welcome punch, two drink tickets, a Champagne toast at midnight, and late-night snacks.

  • Get a view of the fireworks at this swanky party put on by the Commonwealth Club and held at the Kaiser Permanente Rooftop Terrace. The evening includes gourmet cuisine, a four-hour open bar, three separate party spaces, and a balloon drop at midnight.

  • PianoFight is going all out for New Year's Eve with a performance from the house band playing the best songs from the last decade, Drag-aoke (a mix of drag performances and audience karaoke), and a sexy lounge space with specialty cocktails.

  • The popular community-minded nightclub is giving the people what they want for New Year's Eve: house music icon, Mark Farina, in the main room all night, and Make It Funky with special guest Pat Mahoney from LCD Soundsystem and Museum of Love in the loft.

  • Cavallo Point Lodge, the stylish Sausalito resort, takes inspiration from the 1920s for its NYE bash. There will be a DJ, dancing, full-open bar, small bites, and a Champagne toast — plus an exclusive VIP Speakeasy Lounge with Dom Perignon, caviar, and more.

  • Before you kick off a new decade, go back in time to the '70s and '80s when disco, new wave, and rock reigned supreme. The Cat Club will have '70s music in the front and '80s in the back with optional VIP tables and bottle service for those who want to splurge.