Five great ideas for celebrating New Year's Eve in Winnipeg

The new year is very close! Do you have plans for the upcoming holiday? If you do not, we can offer several excellent options for how to celebrate New Year's Eve in Winnipeg!

1. Fourth Quarter NYE at The Goodwill Social Club

This variant will be great for lovers of dancing! The Goodwill Social Club holds a New Year show. A famous rap trio and the best DJs of the city will delight all guests with great music the whole evening.

2. Real Love NYE at The Handsome Daughter

Here you can enjoy indie-rock music and taste truly amazing wings. So make sure your stomach is empty if you decide to choose this option.

3. Cousins NYE

Cousin's Deli on Sherbrooke and Wolseley invites all city residents to a great dance party. Besides dancing you can make donations for Winnipeg Harvest.

4. Comedy 'Til Countdown

Do you want to spend the New Year's Eve and to have a good laugh? Then this variant is for you! A special show called Comedy 'Til Countdown is waiting for you. You will hear a lot of jokes and funny stories from the most famous comedians in Winnipeg.

Tim Gray will be the headliner for the night. For many, he is already familiar, but if you hear his name for the first time, you should definitely come and see his performance. If you hurry, you can buy a ticket at a special price.

The show will be at Wee Johnny's at 177 McDermot Ave. in the Exchange. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the show starts at 10.

5. New Year's Eve at The Forks

If you want to spend the last evening of the year out with your family, then this offer is for you! You can go ice skating, make snow sculptures, hear interesting stories and see fireworks at midnight.

Those who have little children and need to go home before midnight, there will be mini fireworks at 8 p.m.

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