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How is New Year's Eve celebrated in America?

Asked by R. Jones, Last updated: Jan 26, 2020

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T. Moses, Copywriter, MA in English, California

Answered Jan 08, 2020

Fireworks, champagne, and a special kiss at midnight are among all of the traditional ways to trumpet in the New Year. Most people love to ring in the New Year with family and friends, and others prefer to go to travel to the big apple for a huge party. Watching the crystal ball drop- in Times Square, whether in person or on television, never gets mundane for the crowds or the viewers who turn on their TV eagerly anticipating the official start of the New Year.

Since 1907, New York City has held the ultimate celebration, which is in Times Square. There are musical performances, party favors, and fireworks. The big shiny ball that drops is covered in Waterford crystals that make it glitter. The most popular tradition remains the countdown to midnight.

 

G. Jabez

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Answered Jan 02, 2020

New Year's Eve is one of the most celebrated holidays in the world. The peculiarity of the day is the reason why every single hour of the day is fixed with different kinds of programs in order to celebrate the end of the year and to get prepared for the new year. There are different ways by which people celebrate the new year's eve in the United States. New year's Eve is the perfect time when you will see every family holding different kinds of parties for themselves. Some people visit their friends on new year's eve since it is a public holiday for everybody.

What people do mostly is to associate themselves with any form of gathering where you can easily celebrate with your families, friends, and other people. Another major event in the United States during this time is the dropping of the ball in Time square. This is done a minute before we enter into the new year. Different kinds of religious gatherings are held in the night so that people can enter the new year with Thanksgiving and prayer.

 

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