December 31, 2017 Beirut Central District Beirut Lebanon Middle East

New Year's Eve 2018: The Revival of Downtown Beirut - Uniting a Country

Join the biggest celebrations Beirut has ever witnessed on New Year's Eve: Be part of the revival of downtown Beirut this year. Drop everything, cancel your bookings and witness the unforgettable NYE at Nejmeh Square! Together the party is thrilling! A huge event supported by PM Saad Hariri and organized by Its.Events.

To complement this iconic event, Souk el Akel will be also celebrating with us the NYE in Nejmeh square! No reason to hesitate anymore, we got everything covered! #BeirutCelebrates2018

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Nejmeh Square, downtown Beirut, 31st December 2017, 5pm onwards.

Given how secure that area is already, the last thing you should worry about is safety. As far as food and drinks are concerned, there’s Souk el Akel and bars all over the place. So if you still haven’t made a plan, don’t want to spend much on NYE and live around Beirut, walk down to Nejmeh Square, have few drinks and welcome the new year with fireworks and free entertainment.

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When it is New Year Eve, the celebration has to be a gala affair; Leave your country and head towards Beirut to celebrate the New Year Eve. On New Year Eve, Beirut will be offering a good source of entertainment to the party hoppers and to the tourist who visits the country to spend New Year’s Eve. Beirut itself is a glitzy city of Lebanon which gives a special treat to the party hoppers on New Year’s Eve. It is the capital of Lebanon and the city loves partying all night and this no exception with New Year’s Eve.

The main attraction of Beirut New Year’s Eve celebration is the Place de L’Etoile or Nejmeh Square; It is a gleaming busy avenue where you will find people mostly walking. The clock tower here is the major attraction of the people that is well decorated with lights. Here will be no dearth of happiness and excitement. Open air street party is very famous over here and people love partying all night.

 
 



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