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There are no more tickets for the New Year’s Eve fireworks!

Posted at 5:15 pm, December 16, 2014 in News
Fireworks over Big Ben, London, New Year's Eve 2013. [Photo: BBC]

Bad news if you were planning on casually strolling down to central London on New Year’s Eve to watch the fireworks this year. You’ll be in for a sore disappointment. After announcing back in September that they were selling £10 tickets for this year’s explosive end of year ceremony, the Mayor’s office have just said that all 100,000 tickets are now completely sold out. That means that if you don’t have a ticket, you won’t be able get into the designated viewing areas. Unlike past years, they won’t be screening them in Trafalgar Square or Parliament Square, the Royal Parks will also be closed and they’re advising that anyone without a ticket avoid the Embankment and South Bank areas and just stay home to watch the show on BBC One. Sad face. You’ll still be able to see them from high points like Primrose and Parliament Hills though and that’s free.

Luckily there are a zillion other things to do on New Year’s Eve so start planning yours right here, right now

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