The Times Square Alliance is preparing to drop the ball and keep New Yorkers safe with a televised ball drop and celebration. Times Square, known for attracting thousands of tourists and residents to the tri-state area, will be closed to the public and displayed on television for millions of Americans across the country to enjoy.
The celebration in Times Square includes celebrity filled music events including a prime time event by NBC and ABC TV Networks. The shows are also closed to the public. The Times Square New Year’s Eve celebration will include a celebration of “Heroes of 2020”. The honorees include essential workers including school teachers, doormen, first responders and emergency room personnel.
Where to Watch
The Times Square New Year’s Eve commercial-free webcast will cover the action and festivities in Times Square, beginning with the Ball Raising at 6 p.m. EST, plus live musical performances, hourly countdowns, behind-the-scenes stories, and star-studded interviews as anticipation builds
towards the midnight countdown and the famous Ball Drop. The webcast will be streamed live on multiple websites, including TimesSquareNYC.org, NewYearsEve.nyc, Livestream.com/2021 and TimesSquareBall.net. Embedding codes and additional webcast info is available
at: https://www.timessquarenyc.org/events/new-yearseve/webcast/index.aspxLivestream.com/2021 or Livestream.com/2021.
Jamestown will host a virtual New Year’s Eve experience with a live broadcast from Times Square
and augmented reality to bring the celebration to you. Visit www.VNYE.com for more information
and download the NYE app to join the live celebration on New Year’s Eve.