5 ways to enjoy New Year’s Eve in Huntsville

New Years Eve In Huntsville
Will you have a New Year’s kiss? Photo via The Camp’s Facebook

It’s almost 2022, can you believe it? I can’t. As we welcome the new year, enjoy a champagne toast or do something totally new with these five ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Huntsville.

1. The Poppy & Parliament

New Years Eve In Huntsville
This is one of my favorite places in Huntsville. Photo via Emily Kent for The Bama Buzz

Not only is it New Year’s Eve, but it’s also the first birthday for this popular Huntsville spot. How do European tapas and champagne sound to you? Sounds fabulous to me.

Even better—a complementary champagne toast at midnight. Bring cash for the cash bar.

2. Balia Huntsville

New Years Eve In Huntsville
This is how I want to ring in the new year. Photo via Balia Huntsville’s Facebook

Want to dance your way into 2022? In Campus No. 805’s ballroom, you can bring your special someone and salsa the night away. There will be lessons, Latin appetizers and a champagne toast at midnight, of course.

3. The Camp

New Years Eve In Huntsville
See you there. Photo via The Camp’s Facebook

Celebrate the new year with drinks, food, music and good company at The Camp—a popular outdoor bar and music venue. This outdoor spot is perfect for this (unbelievably) warm Alabama winter.

There will be live music by The Quantaphonics, featuring FRANCIS and Free Candy. Check them out before the show. You may even find some of your new favorite tunes.

4. Rhythm on Monroe

New Years Eve In Huntsville
I love a fun, festive drink. Photo via Rhythm on Moroe’s Facebook

Think you’ve experienced all there is at Rhythm on Monroe? Think again! They’ve pulled out all the stops this New Year’s Eve with a special menu just for the occasion.

Don’t wait—make a reservation NOW.

5. Skating in the Park

New Years Eve In Huntsville
Lace up those ice skates. Photo via Emily Kent for The Bama Buzz

You may have seen Huntsville Museum of Art’s ice-skating rink this season, but you haven’t seen it for New Year’s Eve! This could be a great day-time activity, too.

Have kids? This is the perfect way to celebrate with them as a fam. There will be two ball drops—one at 8:30PM and one at midnight—so you can celebrate at the time that’s right for you. You can also expect sparkling cider, lights, music and even a photo booth.

The Glow Up event will start at 9PM.

Does your main focus this New Year’s Eve involve Alabama football? I don’t blame you—it’s mine, too. You can enjoy New Year’s Eve by watching Alabama play Cincinnati on the big screen.

Huntsville, how are you spending NYE? Let us know by tagging @thebamabuzz on social.

Emily Kent
Emily Kent
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