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Bowlmor Times Square
Sunday December 31, 2017
222 W 44th St New York, NY, Doors Open at 8pm

Just moments from Times Square’s iconic Ball Drop is an equally dazzling yet exceedingly interactive New Year’s Eve party at the incomparable Bowlmor. A far cry from any bowling alley you have ever encountered and fun for the whole family, Bowlmor’s state-of-the-art NYE celebration invites children from 9 to 99 to enjoy this enourmos, fun and exciting venue in exquisite style.

Step through the red velvet curtains into the elevator transporting you to an elevated New Year’s Eve experience. As the doors open before you on the main floor where you are greeted by bright lights of Bowlmor’s shiny and new arcade. Make your way to savory food stations and grab a beverage from a premium open bar catering to the grown-ups, nestled on the outskirts of this new years playground is a cutting-edge cocktail bar boasting nearly one dozen HD screens ruled over by the evening’s video DJ, who will be remixing fan-favorite tracks and music videos. That is, of course, until Bowlmor trades in high-voltage sets and aesthetics for a live feed of Times Square’s Dall Drop as midnight approaches. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves or forget this venue’s main attraction, its seven distinctly chic bowling/lounge spaces…

Times Square Lanes. Bowlmor’s Times Square Lanes take you back in Time(s Square) by way of golden-age motifs like red velvet and oak finishes.

Chinatown Lanes. It’s no secret that the best part of this room is the colossal gong to be rung in celebration of every strike you make this evening. If that’s not incentive to score, I don’t know what is!

Central Park Lanes. Despite the frigid outdoors, it’s always a refreshing autumn day at Central Park Lanes.

Coney Island Lanes. Cross through this freakishly festive threshold for a night of bowling beneath the big top.

Art Deco Lanes. Bowlmor’s Art Deco Lanes enhance your evening with an infusion of dazzle. This indulgent room invites you to bowl into the New Year like Gatsby.

POP Lanes. POP Lanes room complete with iconic pop art embossed walls, zebra striped sectional couches and Instagram-worthy pearl dome chairs, lined in vibrant red leather set a stellar 1960’s Warhol mood for you to bowl and boogie the night away like a Studio 54 socialite.

Prohibition Lanes. Boasting timeless opulence and hush-hush appeal, Prohibition Lanes gleams with distinctive cirque du speakeasy ambiance. This vintage cabana bowling room may be retro-inspired but the lanes are truly state-of-the-art.

Regardless of which room you find yourself in at Bowlmor’s New Year’s Eve celebration, don’t miss a single frame of the action as you count down with a live feed of the Times Square Ball Drop, DJ countdown, sealing the evening with a complimentary champagne toast among other amenities. For an action-packed New Year’s Eve experience, look no further than Bowlmor for activities and amenities galore that will leave you and the family reveling into the New Year shamelessly.

Event Highlights:

-5-hour premium open bar

-Hors d’oeuvres buffet (9-11:30PM)

-Live video DJ performances

- Unlimited bowling and table/bottle service options for VIP ticketholders

-Live broadcast of Times Square Ball Drop, complimentary champagne toast

Music & Crowd

Live DJ Performances by Locke and DJ DC  (Top 40 | Hip Hop | Dance | House| Mash Ups

Locke is a DJ and producer living in Brooklyn NY. He's killed a couple sweet 16 parties and also shared a stage with Jay Z in Nigeria. He produces house music and weird R&B and sometimes puts stuff out on T&A records and Sol Selectas. Catch him on any given day holding down your favorite NYC hotel lounge or elementary school fundraiser.

Dave Clapp, DJ DC, is a high energy, open format DJ known for his ability to play to a crowd. Jersey Shore born, DJ DC has been rocking the hottest club venues for over seven years from his first DJ gig at Joey Harrison’s Surf Club. DJ DC prides himself on his impeccable ability to beat match and coordinate songs, and has developed a distinct open format style of turntablism that appeals to all people. "Today a lot of DJs are using their computers primarily and just stare into the screen. I read the floor and the crowd." DJ DC doesn’t take his position lightly; he isn’t just doing his job; he’s delivering his passion straight into your ears, and it shows from the names he’s worked with including Jason Pierre-Paul, Nick Cannon, Mariah Carey, Wyclef Jean, Sammy Adams, and countless others. Check his Soundcloud down under for more.

Dress Code

New Year's Eve Festive


All Ages