New Year’s Eve 2020 Events and Celebrations on the Delmarva Peninsula
There’s a fair amount of fun times to be had in Salisbury and beyond for New Year’s Eve this year. To help you decide what to check out, we compiled a few unique choices below that leapt out at us. Even if you didn’t score those tickets to see Phish at Madison Square Garden this time around, you can still ring in 2020 in memorable fashion. Read on to find out how.
- Where? 1010 William Street, Berlin MD
- When? Kids – 5 to 7 pm; Adults – 10 to 12 pm
For NYE 2020, Berlin will be transforming its Main Street into a miniature Times Square. In fact, we consider it to be even a step beyond Times Square. How, you ask? Because Berlin will be featuring not just one, but two ball drops at their celebration. The first ball will be for the kids at an earlier hour, and the second one will take place at the stroke of midnight.
Music, food, refreshments and entertainment are all slated to come together to make the Berlin NYE event a memorable party. Alcohol will be making its rounds once the adult celebration begins at 10 pm. If all goes well, attendees will be dancing in the streets as if Jerry Garcia were back from the dead.
- Where? The Counting House Restaurant & Pub, 18 The Circ, Georgetown DE
- When? Dinner starts at 5 pm. Music in the Pub begins at 9 pm, and the party lasts until 1 am, January 1st.
The Counting House Restaurant & Pub, up in Georgetown, is the place to be if you want to ring in the next round of the roaring 20s in classic 1920s style. Chances are, you weren’t present for the first “Roaring 20s,” so don’t miss your chance to experience the second.
The night will begin with a special dinner menu from Chef Bill. Dinner reservations are required for this bit. Music in the Pub begins at 9 pm, and the party keeps going until 1 am, January 1st. Attendees can also head out to the porch at midnight to watch the ball drop on the Circle.
- Where? Crisfield Library, 100 Collins Street, Crisfield MD
- When? 9 pm until 12 am
Ever wanted to experience New Year’s Eve at a library? We’re going to assume the answer is yes. The event will be mostly indoor, where guests will get to enjoy complimentary pizza and snack foods in addition to a limited amount of beer and wine. At midnight, there will be a sparkling juice champagne toast in which all ages may partake. Attendees can also head outside at this time to witness the “oyster drop.”