Where to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in St. Louis 2021
As 2022 approaches, it’s time to start planning how you’ll see 2021 out. St. Louis restaurants, attractions and venues present you with plenty of options for celebrating New Year’s Eve. Here are some of the best options to party the night away.
Join the Steve Ewing band, and Radio Personality Royalty, Lux, Lern, and Michelle Smallmon for NYE Live! 2022 at Ballpark Village. The biggest NYE party in St. Louis is complete with access to 5 venues, all-inclusive premium drink packages, a night of DJ & Live band entertainment, the ONLY New York Style ball drop in STL, midnight champagne toast and more.
Pop, fizz, clink – it’s time to countdown to 2022 at Three Sixty! From 9pm-1am revel in celebratory cuisine, a bevy of amazing cocktails, champagne toast and an amazing fireworks display at the hottest rooftop bar in St. Louis. Ring in the New Year as you sip hand-crafted cocktails with friends, all surrounded by sweeping views of the city.
Experience this New Year’s Eve at Live! by Loews – St. Louis. Move to the beat with live music from Dirty Muggs, while you enjoy an open bar, expansive buffet, and unbeatable views of the fireworks at Ballpark Village.
Ring in 2022 in style! Enjoy live music, hors d’oeuvres, an open beer and wine bar, party favors and of course, a champagne toast to the New Year. In the spirit of the ritzy Roaring Twenties and the prohibition era, come aboard the Gateway Arch Riverboats floating speakeasy in your best 1920s attire because someone will be crowned Best Dressed of the night.
The Gateway Arch’s popular dinner cruise is remixed for a New Year’s Eve celebration. Enjoy live music, a chef-curated, plated dinner featuring filet and crab cakes, a mock countdown to midnight with a champagne toast to 2022.
BB’s Jazz, Blues & Soups is a legendary St. Louis live music venue presenting world class Jazz, Blues, R&B, Soul and Americana along with southern-inspired comfort food, craft beer and whiskey. New Year’s Eve you can catch The Kingdom Brothers Band from 7-9:30 p.m. and Love Jones “The Band” from 10 p.m-1:30 a.m.
Hammerstone’s is famous for live music, great food, and a beautiful patio. You can catch Honky Tonk Happy Hour from 4-7 p.m. followed by a New Year’s eve Bash with the John McVey Band from 8 until the new year rings in.
Looking for a classy New Year’s Eve affair? Look no further! The black-tie event will feature an unlimited open bar, live music, champagne toast at midnight, and a live stream of the NYC ball drop at Times Square.
The Midnight Hour is a Burlesque and Variety Show that will not only entertain you for the evening but highlight an array of talented Queer and BIPOC (Black Indigenous People of Color) artists and performers local to Saint Louis. From drag to bellydance to live music and singing to burlesque, this show has a little bit of something for everyone! The show will be followed by an After-Party and Champagne Toast upstairs in The Lounge at .ZACK from 11:30pm-1:30am.
Head to the Broadway Oyster Bar to celebrate New Year’s with Jake’s Leg. Deadheads in St. Louis know Jake’s Leg. The band has been providing music for the scene for over 40 years, playing thousands of shows to generations of like-minded fans who just wanna keep on dancin’.
This is a special New Years Eve Reunion Show – Pale Divine | The Eyes with The Finns and Poster Logic. NYE VIP Package available including concert ticket with preferred seating, party favors, champagne at midnight and a Pale Divine box set of music for every two tickets purchased.
Family Friendly New Year’s Fun
Bring out the family and ring in the New Year with us at Six Flags St. Louis! The park is open from 3:00-9:00pm and we also have a dazzling fireworks show that will take place at 7:00pm. There will be free noisemakers available to all of our guests who would like to welcome the New Year with a little extra cheer.
Take the kids to ring in the new year at little early at the Noontime New Year’s Eve at The Magic House! The party features special New Year’s art projects in the Art Studio, a fun photo booth with 2022 themed props, and a DJ Dance Party – along with all the museum’s fun exhibits to explore!
Get the drop on New Year’s Eve fun during the day at St. Louis Union Station. The family entertainment destination is celebrating the end of 2021 and the beginning of 2022 with family friendly fun on Friday and extended attraction hours on Saturday, January 1. A party on St. Louis Union Station’s Purina Performance Plaza called “New Years Eve At Noon” actually runs all afternoon from 12 to 5 p.m. The outdoor attractions and the fun-filled Joy Tent on the Plaza will all be open for the celebration.
Music Director Stéphane Denève and your SLSO ring in 2022 at the New Year’s Eve Celebration with matinee and evening concerts. Enjoy musical favorites and great surprises at one of St. Louis’ best-kept secrets. Bring family and friends together for this musical celebration, and start 2022 with meaningful musical memories.
Skate into the New Year under the Arch with friends and family. The Winterfest ice rink opens at 12 p.m. with a New Year’s Eve countdown, igloos, fireworks displays and more.
For those of us who can’t stay awake until midnight, join the Missouri History Museum for a New Year’s countdown when the clock strikes noon! Art activities, noisemakers, and high energy are sure to put a smile on every face as we ring in the new year. Join us for a special performance by FIRE DOG before the balloons drop at noon!
Families are invited to take a dazzling drive around the Missouri History Museum for this second annual event. Listen to an enchanting adaptation of Ezra Jack Keats’s award-winning children’s book The Snowy Day via podcast and immerse yourself in a spectacle of huge illuminated puppets, glow artists, and more—all without leaving the socially distanced safety and warmth of your vehicle.
Hop in the pool, and have some aquatic family fun at The Lodge in Des Peres, where kids can swim and ring in 2022 with a gigantic beach ball drop at noon. Enjoy time in the wave pool or on the indoor slide. For those who prefer to stay dry, there will be music and opportunities for photos in front of a holiday-themed backdrop.