New Year’s Eve 2022 Events in the Montclair Area

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After a gap of a year, it’s time to look forward to in-person New Year’s Eve parties once again. But before we enter 2022, it’s time to bid adieu to the current year, and what better way than celebrating with loved ones. From champagne toasts to live DJs, the Essex County county area has everything you need for a memorable NYE 2022 celebration.

Disclaimer: This is a growing list. If you know of another event, please email

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New Years Eve 2022 Events Montclair

Cheers to 2022 at Just Jake’s | 30 Park St, Montclair

December 31st | 9PM

New Years Eve 2022 Events Just Jakes

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Hello 2022 NYE Countdown | 690 Bloomfield Ave, Montclair

December 31st | 8PM

New Years Eve 2022 Events Alto Rooftop Bar

Learn more about this Alto Rooftop Bar event here.

NYE 2022 at Fresco Da Franco | 15 Church St, Montclair

December 31st

New Years Eve 2022 Events Fresco Da Franco

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NYE in Wonderland! | 281 Glenwood Ave, Bloomfield

December 31st | 10PM — 1AM

New Years Eve 2022 Event Rabbit Hole Bloomfield

Learn more about this Rabbit Hole event here.

New Years Eve 2022 Events West Orange

NYE Champagne Ball at The Zuluba | 437 Main Street, West Orange

December 31st | 7PM – 4AM

New Years Eve 2022 Events The ZuluBa

Learn more about The ZuluBa’s event here.

New Years Eve 2022 Events Newark

Black and Gold NYE Ball | 189 Bloomfield Avenue, Newark

December 31st | 10PM — 5AM

New Years Eve 2022 Events Castle Sports Bar and Restaurant

Learn more about this Castle Sports Bar & Restaurant event here.

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The Feathered Fox | 550 W Mt Pleasant Ave #1608, Livingston

December 31st

New Years Eve 2022 Events The Feathered Fox Livingston

Learn more about The Feathered Fox’s event here.

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Ishita was born and raised in Mumbai where she directed and creatively led television shows throughout India. Her life took a turn when she got married and moved to the US amid the pandemic. When meeting people in person was out of the question, reading HG helped her get acquainted with the community and instilled a sense of belonging, which is why she wanted to start her American chapter by working at the Hoboken Girl. Ishita loves to travel, attend yoga pop-ups, plant community meet-ups, explore restaurants with her husband, and binge-watching TV shows.

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