DON’T LOSE YOUR SPOT
Planning to spend New Year’s Eve in Times Square? Don’t miss a minute of the fun! Here is the sequence of events for New Year’s Eve 2014:
3:00pm: Spectators start arriving throughout the afternoon, and street closures begin at 3pm. Law enforcement directs spectators into viewing sections, filling each section up completely before moving to the next section.
6:00pm – 6:03pm: The giant switch that lights the Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball is flipped on, and the ball is raised to the top of One Times Square.
6:03pm – 6:15pm: Opening Ceremonies
11:59pm: Ball Drop and Sixty Second Countdown begin
12:00am: The Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball is turned off, and “2014” is lit above Times Square. Confetti and fireworks erupt to celebrate the arrival of a new year!
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