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Thousands gathered to welcome the New Year; Nights of celebration all over the country

Dublin: Ignoring the adverse weather, including rain and cold, Ireland celebrated New Year’s Eve. Thousands of people gathered in various parts of the country to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Thousands of people attended the New Year’s Eve festivities on Dublin’s North Wall Quay. Across the country, there were nights of celebration filled with excitement and joy.

The New Year’s Festival in Dublin attracted an estimated 40,000 foreign visitors.

Westlife, presented by Gavin James and Lyra, was the centrepiece of the festivities.

Various art performances by street artists were also very attractive.

Traditional bluegrass music at Cobblestone, Can-Can Wonderland at 37 Dawson Street, comedy club Craic Den at Workman’s, and a masquerade party at The Camden all contributed to the festive atmosphere.

In Cork, there was a boat party at The Spirit of Doolan and a gala ball at the Metropole Hotel on New Year’s Eve, with Ash, Tom Grennan, Lyra, 60s icon Donovan, and the RTE Concert Orchestra performing. Marty Morrissey from North Wall Quay also gave a performance.

The celebration continues today.

Celebrations will continue on New Year’s Day. In Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Liam O’Manley, Cormac Begley, Claire Sands, Lorraine Nash, and The Pride of Plains Marching Band will perform. This weekend will be jam-packed with family-friendly music and entertainment.

Minister Catherine Martin stated that this year’s Failte Ireland New Year’s Festival will be a fantastic experience. Festivals and events are a big draw for tourists.

Special celebrations around the world.

New Year’s Eve festivities were held in places such as New Zealand and Australia.

Australia hosted its first unrestricted New Year’s Eve celebration after two years of COVID-19 restrictions. Sydney was the world’s first city to welcome the New Year. The rainbow waterfall and firework display on the famous Harbor Bridge added to the appeal of the celebration.

Tens of thousands of people celebrated the New Year amid tight security in Wuhan, China, where the outbreak began. Thousands gathered in Hong Kong and near the city’s Victoria Harbour for the countdown.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that he will dedicate his New Year’s Day to Russian troops fighting in Ukraine.

Paris celebrated the first New Year’s fireworks after 2019. The celebration was followed by fireworks in Prague, the Czech capital.

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