Celebrate New Years Eve on a Party Bus

Music pounding; all your friends dancing until their feet fall off; lights flashing in tempo and champagne chilling till it’s Artic cold. That’s how you should ring in 2014, but not at just one hot spot. We think the hot spot should be any place you and your friends are at, and that includes being on the road. Think about having your New Year’s Eve party start from the second you get on board your party bus, and rolling with you through as many stops as you can handle till the ball drops!

Party buses really are a simple solution to many big celebration logistical issues. Party buses vary from company to company, but, in general, think of your beloved school bus with a funky makeover outside and a limo on the inside (check out our detailed guide on party buses). Most have ice boxes to keep the adult beverages cold, and a sound system to keep the party hot. Some other features could include:

  • Flat screen TVs with satellite or DVD playback
  • Sound systems with CD or Ipod plug-ins
  • Fiber optic lighting
  • Bar setup
  • Leather seats

Beyond comfort and style, you get a ride that can accommodate the entire crew (usually up to 45) and you know they’ll stay safe. That means all your attention can be on the party, and not worrying about folks getting lost or even worse DUIs.

You can also keep dancing while a licensed and insured driver worries about all parking and navigating traffic to your select spots. He/she will provide quality service for each stop of the night, making sure you have fun and safe into the new year. They pick the group up at the designated spot and drive to the destinations you determine. Then, drop everyone off again, thanks to your reliable driver.

As we’ve shared before, using buses is one of the safest ways to roll and you can go in grand style. If you’re interested in a party bus or maybe something a little more subdued, but equally safe for getting your group around this New Year’s Eve, be sure to use our charter bus finder to find a company near you.

“Ring out the old, ring in the new. Ring happy bells, across the snow. The year is going, let him go. Ring out the fast, ring in the true.” ~ Lord Alfred Tennyson