During the end of year holiday season, you probably have ideas on how you can best usher in the new year with your colleagues, friends and family. Regardless of how you envisage this, Evenses can help you. From catering to music, we have a huge variety of options for you to choose from.
Book soloists, duos, catering and photographers for your New Year's reception or party
FAQ about New Year's Eve
At Evenses, we pride ourselves by making your party a fantastic and splendid time. Don't let your party be a miss and book your entertainment with us today.
We offer fully catered packages. Also, Evenses have a large number of musicians who can provide dance and/or background music for your New Year's Eve Party. We have a diverse arrangement of soloists and duos, in the genres of jazz, classical and pop. Our most popular bookings for New Year's Eve includes DJs and DJ + Saxophonists. New Years is one of the most popular event days so make sure your party stands out!
We have several options, from photographers to photo booths and video guest books.
We are here to ensure that your New Year's Eve Party is unforgettable.
Book soloists, duos, catering and photographers for your New Year's reception, New Year's Eve party or Christmas
Are you interested in booking soloists, duos or photographers for your New Year's reception? Request a quote without obligation or call one of our employees. We are available 24/7 by telephone and by email. Keep in mind New Year's Eve prices can go very high so book now to avoid higher fees later on!
FAQ about New Year's Eve
When did New Year's Eve began being celebrated in anticipation of January 1st?
From 153 B.C. when the Romans adjusted their calendar to start in January. This was done to coincide with the election of new consuls- the highest elected political office of the Roman Republic. It was abolished in 567 A.D. by the Council of Tours as a pagan tradition but was reinitiated in 1583 with the introduction of the Gregorian Calendar.
How is New Year's Eve celebrated in the UK?
New Year is welcomed in by holding hands and singing the traditional song "Auld Lang Syne". The countdowns happens and when the clock strikes midnight they hug and kiss and wish each other a Happy New Year. Fireworks can also be set off and a toast is often made with champagne. In the northern part of the UK there is the tradition of first footing, where the first person to enter a home brings all the luck the coming year.
The making of new year's resolutions is also common where a person resolves to do something that will make their life better. For instance, to stop smoking or to follow a weight loss plan.