New Year's Eve 2019 in Sheffield: 10 of the best parties and events to welcome in the New Year

The biggest party night of the year is almost upon us and it’s best to get your plans in place early if you want to ring in the new year with a bang.

Tuesday, 10th December 2019, 11:45 am
Updated Tuesday, 10th December 2019, 12:26 pm
Looking for a great New Year's Eve night? Just call The Kettle Black. Picture: The Kettle Black

Tuesday 31 December signals not just the end of 2019, but the conclusion of an entire decade, providing a pretty excellent excuse for some serious celebrations.

But how will you ring in the roaring 20s? From sophisticated dinner parties to wild club nights and themed celebrations, Sheffield has a New Year's Eve party to keep you smiling into the frosty first days of the new decade.

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Make full use of the advantages you have in life and head to The Original Beirkeller's New Year's Eve Gatsby bash. Picture: The Original Beirkeller

NYE Black & Gold Party

(The Kettle Black, 301 Ecclesall Rd, S11 8NX)

The Kettle Black prides itself on its expertly crafted cocktails which are seasonally curated by its master mixologists. They'll blend you something with the perfect mix of sweet and sour to match the excitement and melancholy of another year coming to an end.

Throughout New Year's Eve, their world-class cocktails will be just a fiver a pop.

Get into the 2020 groove with The Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show. Picture: The Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show

£5 to £20 per person, first drink included; doors open 6pm, last ticketed entry at 9.30pm; full details on The Black Kettle Website.

The Ultimate Devonshire Street Party

(113-117 Devonshire St, S3 7SB)

Rather than picking just one venue and spending the night wondering about the road not taken, how about taking in three?

For a more laid back NYE, why not take a pop at The Tree House's humongous games library. Picture: The Tree House

The Devonshire Street Party allows wristband-wearing revellers to flit between three separate bars throughout the night (The Old House, The Common Room and The Forum Kitchen) so you can change up the scene as the mood takes you.

There will be free pool, shots, cocktails, pizza and much more as three of Sheffield's favourite venues combine to provide the ultimate New Year's Eve party.

£12.50 per person, 6pm until 4am. Full details on The Old House website.

New Year's Eve Great Gatsby Special

Find the perfect soundtrack to your New Year's Eve at The Leadmill. Picture: Alex Millward (The Leadmill)

(The Original Bierkeller, 104 West St, S1 4EP)

You can't change the past, old sport, but you sure can do your best to relive its most glamorous aspects.

This New Year's Eve, The Original Bierkeller will be doing just that with their themed party celebrating the momentous literary novel turned movie turned Leondardo DiCaprio gif, The Great Gastby.

Get into the spirit of the Roaring Twenties by bobbing your hair, selecting your finest dinner jacket and swaggering down to this glitzy get together to ring in the New Year.

You will, of course, be greeted at the door with a glass of something bubbly, before plunging forward into a night of shimmering excess.

Food and drink packages from £10 per person, 6pm until 3am. Full details on The Original Bierkeller website.

The Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club NYE Special

(O2 Academy Sheffield, 37-43 Arundel Gate, S1 2PN)

If you need a music-filled New Year's Eve but can't hack the usual club anthems or nostalgic pop hits, The Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club's NYE Special could be just the remedy.

There will be support from the legendary acid jazz and funk group, The Brand New Heavies, as well as the acclaimed Hyde Park Brass who have built their reputation on blending brass with EDM to intoxicating effect.

Finish 2019 on a high and ride into 2020 in a state of hypnotic bliss with the funkiest New Year's Eve party in town. Whether you're a soul fan or a newbie looking for something different, this could be the perfect destination.

£28.90 per person; 8pm to 2am; full details at the O2 website.

Bar & Beyond's NYE Masquerade Ball

(The Varsity, 173-179 West St, S1 4EW)

Sitting right in the sweet spot between the realms of “bar” and “club”, Bar & Beyond is the ideal location for anyone who wants the best of both worlds for their final night out of the year.

Priding themselves on the quality and attentiveness of their customer service, they'll make sure you don't have to spend a moment standing in endless queues or trying to memorise drinks orders – all you'll have to do is sit back, relax and let 2020 come to you.

Their Masquerade Ball gives you the chance to slip out of your usual identity and enjoy the mystery and mischief of a night of anonymity.

Entry is free, 6pm until 3am. Full details on the Bar & Beyond website.

New Year's Eve at The Treehouse

(41 Boston St, S2 4QF)

If a loud, booze-filled fiesta that rages on into the small hours isn’t your thing, The Treehouse's gentler celebration might be just the thing.

The board game cafe will be hosting its annual New Year's get together, giving players access to its mammoth library of over 500 games while chowing down on a full buffet followed by a cake table and then a glass of fizz to greet the midnight hour with.

7pm until 1am, Full details at The Treehouse website.

Clams In Their Eyes 2019/20

(Picture House Social, 383 Abbeydale Rd, S7 1FS)

Advertised as “the DIY music scene's ultimate party extravaganza of the year”, Matthew Clammy returns to deliver up another wild, weird and wonderful night of music and comedy for New Year's Eve.

Mirroring the structure of the classic contest show, Stars in their Eyes, the night will see a bunch of aspiring artists compete to earn the audience's approval, putting a “Clammy twist” on the whole affair.

With promises of dancing, DJs and Dragon Soop, it's sure to be a New Year's Eve party like no other, and ideal for anyone looking to blow off some steam at the end of a trying year.

£15 per person, 7pm until 3am. Full details at Clams in their Eyes Facebook page.

The Leadmill's Big NYE Bash

(6 Leadmill Rd, Sheffield S1 4SE)

With three huge rooms rolling out different brands of bangers all through the night, The Leadmill offers something for every music taste.

You’ll hear party anthems, indie hits and disco classics, and there’s a room dedicated to the biggest hits from the last decade.

Round off the 2010s with a glass of bubbly in hand and a playlist stocked with ten years' worth of unforgettable songs.

£10 per person, 10pm until 4am. Full details at The Leadmill's website.

New Year's Eve Black Tie Dinner

(Wortley Hall, Wortley, S35 7DB)

If you want to cap the year as your most sophisticated self, Worley Hall's Black Tie Dinner might just be the perfect venue.

A night of elegant revelry begins with a luxurious five-course dinner and culminates on the dance floor as a live singer followed by the resident DJ guide guests into 2020.

£75 per person, 7pm until 1.30am. See the event's Facebook page for more details.

New Year's Eve Bottomless Bubbles

(The Lost & Found, 516 Ecclesall Rd, Sheffield S11 8PY)

One drink that is truly synonymous with New Year's Eve is the bubbly one in the tall, slim glass.

This year at The Lost & Found, bubbly is absolutely bottomless, allowing party-goers to end the year in a fit of fizzy decadence while complimenting their liquid diet with a sumptuous three course meal.

With Scottish smoked salmon, glazed duck, three cheese risotto and grilled sea bass all on the menu, be sure to round off your 2019 with a delicious finale.

£55 per person, from 5pm until late. Full details on the Lost & Found website.