New Year's Eve in Toronto to ring in 2019 doesn't mean you have to spend a lot of money to have a good time. While it can be tempted to indulge in champagne toasts and four course dinners with ingredients you've never heard of, there are lots of fun parties that are budget-friendly and leave you with enough cash for a hangover breakfast.Events you might want to check out:
New Year’s Eve at Nathan Phillips Square (December 31 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Ring in 2019 with music, skating and fireworks at Toronto's biggest celebration.
New Year's Eve at Noon (December 31 @ Toronto Public Library)
Those with kids or strict bedtimes can still celebrate New Year's Eve with this countdown to noon complete with activities, crafts, and light refreshments.
Countdown to 2019 (December 31 @ Eastbound Brewing Company)
This chill party features great music with a countdown through the decades for a laid-back, house party vibe.
New Year's Eve (December 31 @ Bad Dog Comedy Theatre)
Ring in the new year with a free post-comedy show dance party featuring DJ Hannah Spear of Good Sweat.
Chill: New Year's Eve 2019 (December 31 @ Drake Commissary)
Hit up Drake Commissary, for a no cover, no pressure night with live bands and a DJ.
New Year's Eve with DJ Shirley Tempo (December 31 @ Swan Dive)
Cheap drinks and no cover make New Year's Eve at Swan Dive high fun with low funds.
New Year's Eve at the Ballroom (December 31 @ The Ballroom)
Watch the ball drop with no bumper guards as you celebrate at this huge venue with 900 of your closest friends.
See Ya 2018, Hello 2019! (December 31 @ The Cavern Bar)
Start off 2019 right with cheap drinks, Year In Review Trivia, and no cover at Cavern Bar.
New Year's Eve Party (December 31 @ Comedy Bar)
A photobooth, DJ Ball Drop, and partying with the city's best comedians make this free party a total no-brainer.
New Year's Eve Bash (December 31 @ The Hive Esports)
With DJs, PCs, and retro video games, this free celebration is the perfect New Year's Eve if you're favourite parties are preceded with the words Super Mario.
by Martha Stortz via blogTO