New Year’s Eve 2024-2025 Events in Jerusalem

New Year’s Eve 2024-2025 Events in Jerusalem

autor iconBy iTravelJerusalem staff , December 24, 2023

About New Year's Eve in Jerusalem

2024 is almost here and although there’s no Times Square in Israel, Jerusalem is famous for its ability to party like nowhere else. Parties, restaurants, live shows – the city loves a good NYE activity. So if you’re looking for a place to have a drink at midnight, here are the best places to bid farewell to 2023, so let’s get this party started!

New Year’s Eve 2023-2024

A drag show at Nocturno LIVE

Raise a toast to the New Year at the Nocturno events complex with a drag show and a happy atmosphere! The evening will include classic Israeli songs to lift the morale.

An evening of pure escapism with good music, vegetarian-vegan food, and fine alcohol.

When? December 31, 9:00 p.m
Where? Bezalel 7, Jerusalem
Price: 80 NIS, 40 NIS for the rescue and security forces and guests of Otef Israel (upon presentation of an ID)

A comedy special with Yohai Sponder

If you prefer a laugh-out-loud evening before going out to tear the city apart, Yohai Sponder will make sure that you meet 2024 in good spirits.

Let's forget about everyday life and get a different perspective on our reality.

When? December 31, 9:00 p.m
Where? Beit Ha'am Cultural Hall, Jerusalem
Price: 119 NIS, 59 NIS for Otef Israel guests (upon presentation of an ID)

Welcome the new year at Abraham Hostel Bar

photo of Abraham Jerusalem Barphoto by: Abraham Jerusalem Bar

Abraham Hostel Bar invites you to enjoy a spacious lounge with pampering seating areas, hammocks, and comfortable sofas. Cold beer is poured for Israelis and tourists from around the world, and you can enjoy good company and an authentic Jerusalem atmosphere - the perfect composition for beer and shots for the new year.

Where? 67 Hanaviyim, Jerusalem

Saying goodbye to 2023 at Glen Whiskey Bar

photo of Glen Barphoto by: Glen Bar

The Glen is more than just a bar - it is the leading Jerusalem alcohol establishment where Israelis and tourists from all over the country and the world gather to sanctify their love for the drink of the gods, aka whiskey. Beyond the insane amounts of whiskey, you will also find boutique beers, excellent cocktails, and Israeli wines.

And above all, this is an excellent place to say goodbye to last year with alternative music throughout most of the evening and good company.

Where? Gershon Agron 24, Jerusalem