This decade has had many ups and downs for us. It has done a lot to change the lives of many and now, it is finally the time to say good-bye to this memorable decade of love, loss and new experiences.

It is in the same light that we bring to you some of the most happening and crazy new year's eve parties in Delhi. With these parties you can just waltz into 2020 without a care in the world and honestly, that's the attitude we need to have throughout the coming decade! So, here's a list of 5 epic New Year's Eve parties happening in Delhi that you cannot miss out on.

1. SoHo NYE Party with Siddhu Moosewaala

Let's face it, we all want to waltz into the new year with a bang. This year, the best way to get into the spirit of the new decade, is to pay a visit to SoHo's party in town. These guys are taking NYE celebration to the next level and they've even got a hold of the Punjabi music sensation Siddhu Moosewala.

His peppy and foot tapping tunes are sure to get you in the mood so you can go ahead and enjoy a party like no other. The best part is that the party is on till 5 in the morning, so you can tell people that you simply partied your way into the 2020s.

Book your tickets here.

2. Cosmic Wave NYE Party

The new year's eve party at Cosmic Wave is one that will put a different spin on your celebrations. With a peppy DJ, a bonfire area, stargazing activities, some libations and food, this NYE celebration is something that's letting us have a unique party experience.

For those of you who want the vibes of a full blown party, but also want a bit of peace and quiet along with the celebrations, this NYE party is where you got to be.

Book your tickets here.

3. Farmtale NYE Gala

Farmtale's NYE party is one that will stick with you for days to come. With the chilled out vibes of a classic rave party, and the same amount of energy, these guys will redefine what you call a party. Here, you've got a chance to take in a few fun dance performances, fireworks, bonfires and a lot more.

What's neat is that Farmtale also offers you unlimited libations, both non-veg as well as veg food and a selfie booth for you to retain all the fond memories you make here.

Book your tickets here.

4. La Roca's classy NYE Celebration

La Roca is often our go to spot when we want a fun night. On New Year's, these guys go all out and make space for you to dance like no one's watching. The place has a classy, upmarket vibe, which is a good change from the usual casual parties that we're used to.

At the NYE party, you can forget your troubles from 2019 and walk into 2020 as a new person, without a care in the world.

Book your tickets here.

5. Agent Jacks all new NYE party

Probably one of the most happening parties in town, at Agent Jacks, the energy levels are through the roof. These guys have got a hold of DJ Cue, who is known for his bass filled tunes that will get you grooving in no time.

Apart from that, Agent Jacks is also known for its amazing bar selection. That's exactly why you have to be here for the most epic NYE party this year. Go ahead and book your tickets as soon as you can!

Book your tickets here.

Knock Knock

If there's one thing that Delhiites know how to do, it is partying. The new decade is almost upon us and these 5 parties in Delhi are some of the most happening ones in town. If you're planning to step into 2020 with a bang, then head over to any one of these parties and lose yourself to the music, food and fun.

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