The first ball drop in New York's Times Square on New Year's Eve took place in 1907. The tradition of celebrating New Year's Eve in Times Square actually began a few years earlier in 1904. More »

The Times Square New Year's Eve Ball begins to drop at 11:59 p.m. on December 31 and completes its course exactly at 12 a.m. on January 1. If viewing the event on television, a person might see the drop at another time, ... More »

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The most recent Times Square New Year's Ball was made from Waterford crystal triangles, LED lights and corresponding wiring, and an aluminum frame. Many iterations of the ball have appeared since its introduction in 1907... More »

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The most popular place to celebrate New Year's Eve in New York City is Times Square, where attendees can watch the world-famous Times Square Ball drop. Tourists around the city can attend a concert, go to a bar or restau... More »

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The first celebration of New Year's Eve in Times Square in New York City was in 1904. The first year that a ball descended a flagpole at midnight was 1907. More »

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The Times Square New Year's Eve Ball begins to drop at 11:59 p.m. on December 31 and completes its course exactly at 12 a.m. on January 1. If viewing the event on television, a person might see the drop at another time, ... More »

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Some popular New Year's Eve events are the Times Square New Year's Eve celebration, Nashville's Bash on Broadway and Atlanta's Peach Drop. The ball drop in Times Square is by far the biggest of these events and features ... More »

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