Top Suggestions For New Year’s Eve Parties

This weekend is without any doubt one of the busiest when it comes to party schedules. There’s really so much to do, so many concerts, plays, all sort of events and parties to attend that it is difficult to pick just one. But since it’s impossible to be in two places at the same time, maybe it’s time to start looking for the top suggestions for the New Year’s Eve parties.

Whether you already made plans or simply thought of spending New Year’s Eve in front of your TV it still is a great idea to know what’s going on in your own city. Maybe there’s a party that will catch your eye or an event you must attend. So, here are a few top suggestions regarding the best parties to celebrate the coming of 2012.

If you live in Southern California then events such as L.A’s ‘Together as One’ or Anaheim’s ‘White Wonderland New Year’s Eve Gala’ are on top of the list. Diplo, Chromeo, Duck Sauce and more will entertain people in the Oak Canyon Park, while in Anaheim you’ll get to dance on the rhythms of Paul Van Dyk, Kaskade and Dada Life.

If you’re looking for a more glamorous party, then one of the numerous club events will surely sound like a good choice. In downtown L.A. you can celebrate the New Year on the rooftop dancing on music by Xo Chic and Droog at The Standard. Geisha House, Red Room, Egyptian Theatre courtyard, ecco, Playhouse after Hours and the Las Palmas Block Party joined forces and offer people that buy tickets the option to skip lines in front of the club by taking a place on the VIP list.

However, if you’d rather enjoy the night in front of the TV with a good show, then you’d better know what’s good ahead of time. ABC is featuring Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2012, NBC runs New Year’s Eve with Carlson Daly and Fox got comic Rodney Carrington and “Pawn Stars'” Rick Harrison and Austin “Chumlee” Russell to co-host their own party.

Here’s where some celebrities will party this Saturday night. Chris Brown will be at the Sin City nightclub Pure at Caesars Palace, Pamela Anderson is going to Studio 54 at the MGM Grand and Lady Gaga goes at the Times Square ball.

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