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Where to go on New Year’s Eve in Weymouth

New Year's Eve in Weymouth see crowds of people in fancy dress.

New Years Eve in Weymouth is widely known for the fun and joy it brings people as they party in to the night to end one year and take a step in to the next.


Famous for it’s fancy dress extravaganza, Weymouth is certainly the place to be on New Years Eve. With plenty going on and something for everyone, take a look at what’s going on here!


The Front Live
frontlive

Head to the Seafront and party your way through the night! 3 different venues come together to host an outdoor stage, bringing in Weymouth’s most popular bands & DJ’s. With the quality of the bands and the choice of clubs and bars, the front is a people’s favourite! Check out their Facebook page for full details, how to get tickets and line up information.


 The George Bar & Grill

The George Bar and Grill. We Are Weymouth

The George Bar & Grill – A perfect location on the harbour-side. On New Year’s Eve in Weymouth, there aren’t many better places to enjoy a drink than outside the George Bar and Grill. Situated on the waters edge, the George has been a favourite with revellers for many years.


Vaughan’s Bistrovaughans

Head to Vaughan’s Bistro on New Years Eve this year to join in with their classy late night disco!

Tuck in to the tasty options displayed on the menu and carry on the fun by joining in with the late night disco, seeing yourself in to the New Year.


Brewer’s Quay

Nautical Antique Centre. We Are Weymouth.

In the Old Harbour area of Weymouth many people head to Brewers Quay to see in the New Year. The beautiful red brick building that was the old Devenish Brewery headquarters towers over the square. The surrounding pubs like the Red Lion and The Crow’s Nest have good outside areas. These help to provide a great atmosphere in the square in the lead up to midnight.


The Jubilee Clock

Weymouth Jubilee Clock on The Esplanade. A popular place to be on New Year's Eve in Weymouth. We Are Weymouth.

Sing Auld Lang Syne around the Town Clock and party the night away! The clock is one of Weymouth’s best-loved landmarks and has been a meeting place for generations of both locals and visitors. Since it was first built in 1887, it has been the focal point of Weymouth’s New Year’s Eve celebrations. As midnight approaches, revelers gather beneath its four faces to enjoy the countdown to the New Year.


Just to give you a little taster of what Weymouth has to bring on New Year’s Eve…