Ring In 2024! Guide To New Year's Eve In Memphis

Ring In 2024! Guide To New Year's Eve In Memphis

What to do for New Year's Eve in Memphis!

Here's a list of events for New Year's Eve in Memphis to ring in the new year. This list will continue to grow so be sure to save this page and check back. See an event you really like? Get those tickets! Many of these events will sell out.

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New Year's Eve on Beale Street

New Year's Eve in Memphis 2023 - 2024

New Year’s Eve on Beale Street

From bar crawls to karaoke to late-night dance parties and, of course, tons of live music, Beale Street in Memphis is lively year-round, but especially on New Year's Eve. There isn't another New Year's Eve experience quite like it, as tens of thousands of people gather in the iconic street's bars and restaurants to rock in the New Year. Countdown to 2024 with confetti cannons, fireworks, live performers and DJs, and more on Beale!

Watch as a big mirrored disco ball rises up a 50-foot tower that will reach the top at midnight. As far as entering Beale Street itself, it's 21 and up starting at 9:30 p.m. Before that it's all ages to enter the street. 

Individual clubs will still have cover charges and most will be 21 and up. You can also get a Beale Street Fast Pass for $100 which includes several clubs’ cover charges and allows you to skip lines. Purchase that and get more details here.

Ring in 2024 at Lafayette’s Music Room

Lafayette's in Overton Square will host a New Year's Eve party in midtown Memphis. The event will feature Vegas-style seating with passed appetizers, party favors and a champagne toast at midnight. Memphis Soul Remedy will take the stage at 6 p.m. with Aquanet to follow at 10 p.m. Tickets start at $100 for individuals, and $175 for two.

Bar DKDC Presents: Smoke Stack Lightnin NYE Celebration

Bar DKDC is closing for one night only to move the New Years celebration downtown to the Mollie Fontaine Lounge. Ring in 2024 with a stacked lineup of Marcella Simien, Susan Marshall and Cyrena Wages. Tickets are $35 in advance.

New Year’s Eve at the Peabody

Gather your friends and a glass of champagne, and ring in the New Year at the "South's Grand Hotel" with the iconic Peabody New Year's Eve Party in downtown Memphis. General admission tickets are $65/person before Dec. 30 and $75/person at the door. VIP tickets are $250/person. There will be live music by Seeing Red, SouthBound, and DJ A.D. will be there keeping the show going all night. 

New Year’s Eve Party Life

Live performances from Devin Crutcher, Angie P. Holmes and Equoia Colman in the Hilton Grand Ballroom with DJ Zoom on the 1s and 2s! Enjoy hors d'oeuvres, balloon drop & a champagne toast at midnight for New Year's in Memphis. Tickets range from $60 to VIP Tables of 6 for $616.

New Year's Eve “Dinner and a Rock Show” with Hairspray Nation

Eat, drink, and ROCK at RockHouse Live Collierville to ring in 2024 with a live performance by Hairspray Nation. Reserved seats include dinner. All $20 tickets receive a champagne toast and party favors. Dinner tickets range from $60 to large groups for $350.

Growlers New Year's Gimme Gimme Disco

Calling all Dancing Queens and Kings, ring in the New Year with an ABBA-inspired dance party at Growlers. Enjoy plenty of disco hits from the 70s and 80s like The Bee Gees, Donna Summer, and Cher. Disco attire encouraged. Tickets are $25, with fees in advance and $30 at door. 18+

Grizzlies v. Sacramento Kings New Year’s Eve Game

Cheer on the Grizzlies at the FedExForum on Dec. 31 before you head to Beale Street to ring in the New Year. Prices vary. 

New Year 2023 - Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara in Bollywood Ishtyle

A New Year's Eve experience at Esplanade Memphis filled with live singing, DJ, dancing, a photo booth, a balloon drop, and champagne toast at the stroke of midnight. Kid-friendly event. Ticket prices and sales announced at later date.

Beck & Call Rooftop New Year's Eve Celebration

The Hyatt Centric's rooftop bar, Beck & Call, will host a New Year's Eve party with amazing river and downtown views—right at the end of Beale Street. This sophisticate celebration–wear your New Year’s best–will have live music, a red carpet, light bites, party favors, midnight champagne toast, balloon drop, photo booth, and more.Tickets range from $135 to $175 per person.

New Year’s Eve Party at the Westin Hotel

Bring the New Year in at the Westin Hotel starting with live jazz then at 9 p.m. the DJ will take you over into 2023! Free event — first come, first served, so get there early!

The Blackout - New Year’s Eve Celebration

Celebrate in your all black attire on New Year’s Eve for this exclusive and upscale event. Live music from DJ Lola and a full menu and bar courtesy of Curry and Jerk and Bonton Cafe. There will also be a cigar lounge. All guests receive a glass of champagne for a midnight toast. Tickets range from $28 to VIP Group options of $535.

NYE Trap Ball

NYE Trap Ball at Marriott Memphis East is a mash-up of elegance, drip, and culture, featuring some of your favorite Trap Songs, Old and New Hits. This will be an experience strictly for “sexy and sophisticated millennials.” Live DJs and a midnight champagne toast.

New Year's Eve Party with Shotgun Shima

A record collector DJ, Shotgun Shima hails from Sacramento, California and is recognized for his wide range of musical taste including funk, disco, neo-soul, hip hop, jazz, souldies, house and everything in between. Free entry.

New Year’s Eve Celebrations for Kids

New Year’s Mini Balloon Drop in the Arcade

Nerd Alert arcade is ringing in the New Year specially for the kids. There will be a ball drop at 5 p.m., glowsticks, 80’s music, and more. Tickets are $10.

New Year's at Noon: Superhero Edition

Celebrate the New Year with the Children's Museum of Memphis' favorite superheroes – you! This year promises to be bigger than ever with two balloon drops, music, candy, face painting, themed activities, and more. 

Noon Year’s Eve

Head to Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library to ring in the “Noon Year”. Balloon drop will be at 2 p.m. with light refreshments to follow. Free to attend.

Don’t miss out on all the Memphis goodness!

About the Author

Hello! I'm Jalyn Souchek, the Director of Content for I Love Memphis Blog! I love calling the 901 home. When I'm not running the blog you can find me cheering on the Grizzlies, at a concert, exploring a new restaurant or kicking back at one of our breweries. I hope you'll love experiencing Memphis with me.

Build your perfect Memphis meal:

I love to eat so if I were to have only one meal left.. I’m going all out. I’d start with an app of Gumbo Fries from Blue City Cafe or Bayou Fries from Chef Tam, wings from Good Fortune or Central’s (honey gold and Jamaican Jerk), potato salad from Fat Larry’s, side of bbq spaghetti from Bar-B-Q Shop, and fried okra from Soul Fish. All paired with a Beale Street Brewing Space Age Sippin’.

Your most memorable Memphis moment:

College GameDay on Beale Street. That was an electric and perfect morning. I was still working in news then and was able to take it in up close and on the stage at some points. The fun and joy of everyone down there that morning is unbeatable.

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