Join us again this New Year’sEve!

Join us from 6pm - midnight on Monday, December 31st!

We will have specialty cocktails, food trucks Chatter Box, Chick-N-Nooga, and 2 Sons Kitchen, DJ ScubaSteve, kids’ activities, laser shows, not-so-late ball drop for the kids at 7:30pm, giveaways and FIREWORKS!!

Special performance by Pop Up Project and Fire Performers

Chattanooga Whiskey tastings from 7pm - 9pm

$5 Pints & Pedals rides from 6pm - 8pm

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How we rang in 2018!

New Year's Eve Street Festival

CLOCK TICKS CLOSER TO NEW YEAR’S EVE IN WEST VILLAGE

CHATTANOOGA’S WEST VILLAGE PREPARES FOR NEW YEAR’S EVE CELEBRATION

This New Year’s Eve, the West Village will light up the night in downtown Chattanooga for the second annual ‘New Year’s Eve in the West Village’ celebration. 

Festivities begin at 6 o’clock on December 31  free of charge, and end at 12:30 a.m. on January 1st, 2019 on 8th, Pine and Chestnut streets. 

“We have a great night filled with lasers and lights, a performance by the Chattanooga Pop-Up Project, activities for the entire family, the best restaurants and bars in town… and even fireworks,” said Brittany Schreiner, director of Events, DeFoor Brothers Development.

The evening kicks off with street performers, games, vendors, face painting, popcorn and more. At the strike of 7:30 p.m., the ‘Not-So-Late-Ball Drop and Laser-Light Show’ will offer kids one last hurrah for 2018. Following the ‘Not-So-Late Ball Drop’, concessions, music, entertainment and festivities will continue until 12:30 a.m. with additional appearances by Chattanooga Whiskey, fire performers, and more. 

West Village restaurants Old Gilman Grill and Alimentari are accepting final reservations. Citron Et Sel is not taking reservations. 

“The West Village was essentially born on New Years Eve,” Jay Raynor, director of Hospitality Assests, DeFoor Brothers Development said. “We had no idea we’d experience this level of growth and support when we were counting down to 2018, but if the past year is any indication, anything is possible for Chattanooga in 2019—and we want to share that excitement with every single person right here in Chattanooga’s West Village on New Year’s Eve.”

ABOUT WEST VILLAGE: The West Village lives by the motto ‘Eat. Shop. Stay.’. Developed by the DeFoor Brothers Development group, and encompassing the western heart of downtown Chattanooga, the West Village is home to Old Gilman Grill, Citron Et Sel, Alimentari, Innside Restaurant, Fox and Fern, Pinkberry, Peet’s Coffee, Millenium Bank, Elea Blake Cosmetics, The Strand Salon and the Westin hotel.