YouTube is throwing a New Year’s Eve party, so let’s take a look at the details – start time to the acts taking part!

After a rollercoaster ride of a year, 2020 is coming to an end and it looks like YouTube is here to save NYE.

From social distancing to support bubbles, there’s been a lot to adjust to in finding a “new normal” and now New Year’s Eve is about to be totally different for many people across the globe.

Screenshot: YouTube New Years Eve party – YouTube Originals

What is the YouTube New Year’s Eve party?

Streaming on the YouTube Originals channel, the “Hello 2021 UK” New Year’s Eve party is taking place on December 31st.

The party is brought to us by YouTube and JD Sports and kicks off from 10:30 pm in the UK.

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It’s free to join the party and YouTube users can set a reminder so they don’t miss a beat.

Which creators are taking part in the YouTube NYE party?

Now that we can’t go out and party in 2020, the party is coming to us – in the comfort of the living room! The YouTube party looks to boast a great guestlist.

Tonnes of famous faces will appear at the YouTube New Year’s Eve party including Behzinga, Calfreezy, WillNE, Big Narstie and Katherine Ryan.

Special guests include Chabuddy G, Holly H, Naomi Campbell, Natasia Demetriou and RuPaul.

Screenshot: YouTube New Years Eve party – YouTube Originals

Which music acts will perform at the YouTube NYE party?

Assisting in waving goodbye to 2020 and welcoming 2021 with open arms is a variety of everyone’s favourite music acts.

There are many virtual New Year’s Eve parties taking place in 2020 but few will have such a variety of special guests.

Aitch, AJ Tracey, Anne-Marie, DJ Beats, Dua Lipa, Joel Corry, MNEK and Raye are just some of the acts performing exclusively at the YouTube NYE party.

To join the party head over to YouTube at 10:30 pm on December 31st 2020 or follow the link on Google’s homepage here.

Google has also added a virtual party popper to its search results page should users type “New Year’s Eve” into Google. A yellow and blue party popper icon creates a sound when clicked and confetti falls over the screen. Celebrating this New Year’s Eve really has turned virtual!

The “Hello 2021” NYE celebration is taking place all over the world with versions taking place in Korea, Japan, India, the UK and the Americas.

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