New Years Eve: Prominent Celebration Tradition In Most Countries
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Celebrating New Years Eve which is the last day of the year is one of the most prominent celebration traditions in most countries. In the United States, this celebrations usually start December 31 passing midnight into January 1, New Year’s Day. Individuals enjoy celebrating this day at casual or posh black-tie evening social gatherings. Many people enjoy dressing up, dancing, drinking alcoholic beverages, eating and watching or lighting fireworks to mark the new year.
New Years Eve: Prominent Celebration Tradition In Most Countries:
In the USA, this day is inspiring and exciting to many citizens all over the country. A large population traditionally crowd the streets of New York City’s Times Square to see celebrities sing live and watch the ball drop down. The NYC freezing weather doesn’t stop anyone from dressing up in suits, tuxedo and formal, glamorous, gorgeous gowns. Even there are celebrities singing live, no one seem to care as long as they look fierce in their outfits. The popular colors for New Years are, black, white, gold and silver with a touch of glitter or glitz.
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