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New Year’s Eve 2022 LIVE — Dubai, Australia and Thailand welcome 2023 with the latest fireworks and imagery from around the world

New Year’s Eve has finally arrived. Loud people around the world are approaching the year in true style.

from London To Los Angeles Billions of people around the world celebrate as they do New Year 2023.

New Zealand became the first country To celebrate with Tonga and Samoa (at 11am GMT), the British will of course celebrate with a massive fireworks display at 12am GMT on January 1, 2023 London.

To mark the day, we bring you real-time updates on everything from celebrations to fireworks around the world. sydney When Beijingat a party in Paris, New YorkRio de Janeiro, and anywhere in between.

On top of that, we’ve also provided all the information you need about the opening hours of shops on New Year’s Day this year.

Read our New Year’s live blog below to follow all the latest action…

  • Where will the New Year finally arrive?

    There will always be someone who has to wait the longest, as the chain reaction of time zone celebrations creates a ripple effect across the globe.

    The last places to ring in 2023 will be Baker Island and Howland Island, which will welcome the New Year on January 1 at 12:00 GMT.

    Although it’s a deserted island, there may not be many party poppers and champagne corks to ring in the New Year, but technically the day ends in an hour on US territory.

  • Royal Family Shares King’s Royal Piper Message

    “The Pied Piper of the King will perform ‘Auld Lang Syne’ at Buckingham Palace when we say goodbye in 2022,” the royal family said.

    “I wish all my followers a very happy and healthy 2023.”

  • Athens welcomes you in 2023!

    Fireworks explode over the ancient Parthenon temple on the Acropolis hill during New Year’s Day celebrations in Athens, Greece.

    Other European cities celebrated 2023 about five minutes ago.

    Other exhibits include Berlin, Paris and Madrid.

  • …and revelers on the Champs Elysées in Paris

    A light show displaying the word ‘Paris’ on the Arc de Triomphe as people prepare to celebrate New Year 2023 on the Champs-Élysées.

    Parisians watched a sound and light show on the Champs-Élysées packed with people wanting to join in the end-of-year celebrations.

    The boulevard holds 300,000 people. That’s three times his official ticket sales at his NYE ​​fireworks display in London.

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  • Reveling Party at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

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  • Sadiq Khan welcomes importance of fireworks as London ‘will host Europe’s biggest exhibition’

    London Mayor Sadiq Khan says London’s fireworks display is the biggest in Europe.

    “It’s a very important way to start the New Year,” Khan told Sky News.

    “This is a message of love from London to all our friends in Europe and around the world.

    “After a terrible couple of years because of the pandemic, it’s really important to fully recover.”

    He also said, “Three big surprises are coming tonight.”

  • Low-key celebration in Moscow, Russia

    People gather near Moscow’s Red Square closed for New Year celebrations on December 31, 2022 in Moscow, Russia.

    Moscow City Hall has decided to cancel fireworks and mass events to celebrate the New Year.

    For safety reasons, Red Square and some boulevards were closed.

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  • Happy New Year from Turkey!

    Turkey recently turned 2023.

    Fireworks were set off behind the minaret of a mosque in Ortakoy Square as part of the capital Istanbul’s New Year celebrations.

    People lined the edge of the square as the mosque was illuminated with colorful lights.

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  • In Photos: More Celebrations from Around the World

    The following snaps capture New Year’s celebrations around the world.

    Fireworks lit up the night sky over Zurich, Switzerland, and fireworks were also set off by the Nile River in Egypt.

    Finally, more fireworks were set off in the national park as part of the New Year celebrations in Baku, Azerbaijan.

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  • Hogmanay Celebration Returns After 3 Years (2/2)

    Edinburgh City Council Leader Cammy Day said:・Famous artist.

    “We are very proud that so many people have chosen to share the New Year with us and enjoy all that our city has to offer.

    “Celebrations will include a Cary celebration, a family-friendly event at Sprogmanay, and a candlelight concert at St Giles’ Cathedral.

    “Join a magical eve disco party, spend the night at a world-famous street party, grab tickets to a concert in the garden with the Pet Shop Boys, listen to Scottish music. Have fun and start the year off, musical prowess at the last fling or first foot in – we hope you enjoy being a part of it.

  • Hogmanay Celebration Returns After 3 Years (1/2)

    Thousands join Edinburgh’s traditional Hogmanay celebrations for the first time in three years.

    This event has been canceled as a result of Covid-19 restrictions over the past two years.

    All events held in the capital to celebrate Scotland’s traditional Hogmanay celebration have sold out, organizers have confirmed.

    The celebration kicked off on Friday night with an eve party, headlined by pop superstar Sophie Ellis-Bextor and featuring special guests Altered Images.

    The Pet Shop Boys will headline a concert in the gardens of Princes Street Gardens, and those attending the annual street party will be treated to a DJ set.

    Fireworks are launched every hour from 9pm to 11pm, counting down to the traditional midnight display.

  • Royal Family Shares King’s Royal Piper Message

    “The Pied Piper of the King will perform ‘Auld Lang Syne’ at Buckingham Palace when we say goodbye in 2022,” the royal family said.

    “I wish all my followers a very happy and healthy 2023.”

  • The London Eye lit up behind Horseguards Parade as the capital fills up

    People gather to celebrate New Year’s Eve and watch fireworks in Trafalgar Square in central London.

    Meanwhile, people began arriving at the Horse Guards in Whitehall.

    Illuminated in electric blue, the London Eye can be seen lighting up the sky.

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  • Paris landmark Champs Elysées packed into the rafters with revelers

    Crowds can be seen flocking the Champs-Élysées for Paris’ NYE celebrations.

    The world-famous boulevard leading to the presidential palace was lined with people from top to bottom, and the trees on the street were lit up in gold.

    About 300,000 people gathered on what has been dubbed “the most beautiful boulevard in the world.”

  • Edinburgh prepares to party as practice fireworks light up the sky

    Practice fireworks were seen exploding over the ancient Scottish capital of Edinburgh.

    People braved the rain and wind on Princes Street before the Hogmanay celebrations began.

    Dummy fireworks explode over the promenade of Edinburgh Castle.

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  • Mayor says London transport will be very busy tonight

    Sadiq Khan wants Londoners to have a ‘great time’ tonight.

    However, he warned on Twitter that the capital’s transportation network would be “very congested” as revelers flock to parties and venues across the country.

    See the mayor’s tweet below.

  • Happy New Year Iraq!

    The Middle East nation welcomes 2023 with spectacular exhibits.

    Fireworks were seen going off over Baghdad during the New Year celebrations.

    It was also seen lighting up the sky of Mosul.

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  • Who will celebrate New Year’s Eve next?

    New Year celebrations are going well all over the world.

    The following countries will appear in 2023 in the next few hours.

    • 10pm – Greece, Romania, South Africa, Hungary, Eastern European cities
    • 11pm – Germany, France, Italy, Algeria, Belgium, Spain
    • Midnight – Great Britain, Ireland, Ghana, Iceland, Portugal
  • Photos: Countries around the world celebrate New Year’s Eve

    People attend a New Year’s Eve celebration in central Moscow, Russia.

    Another image shows fireworks exploding during the New Year celebrations in Islamabad, Pakistan.

    And finally, people can be seen on the street as fireworks and light effects illuminate the night sky.

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  • People gather near the Christmas tree on public square in Kyiv

    People gather near a Christmas tree decorated with the colors of the Ukrainian flag on Kyiv Square on New Year’s Eve in Kiev, Ukraine on December 31, 2022.

    Many residents have no access to electricity or water as Russian missile attacks continue across the country.

    The 11 p.m. curfew remains in place in the capital, where several explosions injured more than a dozen people on Saturday.

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  • how to stay warm outside

    If you’re planning on going out on New Year’s Eve, you’ll want to stay warm as long nights await.

    Here are some tips for staying warm.

    • Preheat your clothes.
    • Invest in quality thermals.
    • fleece leggings.
    • hand warmer.
    • Cover every corner of your skin.
    • Eat fatty foods.
    • thermal flask.
    • keep moving.
    • Stay hydrated.
    • cover your head
    • Wearing a tactical scarf – including covering nose and mouth
  • Detail of Burj Khalifa in Dubai

    Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, launches fireworks during Dubai’s New Year’s Eve celebrations.

    The words ‘Happy New Year from the UAE’ are projected onto the side of the skyscraper, the tallest building in the world.

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  • Britons flock to towns across the country as New Year’s Eve is in full swing

    It’s that time of year again when Britons hit the streets to celebrate the New Year.

    The women were pictured braving the rain to have a good time in Leeds tonight.

    Revelers made the most of the opportunity in Liverpool city centre.

    Meanwhile, Viking performers write the year 2023 with burning torches during the Flamborough Fire Festival.

    A Viking-themed parade is held in Flamborough near Bridlington, Yorkshire to support charities and local community groups.

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  • USA: New Yorkers start filling Times Square for ball drops

    New York’s Time Square fills up ahead of the famous New Year’s Ball Drop at midnight ET (around 5am UK time).

    After arriving over eight hours early, the revelers are seen packed into pens.

    The ball drop is a tradition for over 100 years, and just before 6pm local time (1am GMT) the celebrations begin with the New Year’s Eve ball being hoisted onto the poles in One Times Square.

    The ball’s momentary descent begins at exactly 11:59 PM and lands at exactly midnight.

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  • Photo: A baby will be born in a hospital in Manila in 2023

    Media personnel take a picture of a mother holding her New Year’s Day baby at a maternity hospital in Manila on January 1, 2023.

    The Metropolis capital of the Philippines has put on an impressive display around its central zone.

    The explosion was also seen at Rizal Park in the city.

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