new years eve fireworks houston

Bringing in the New Year wouldn’t be the same without a fireworks show, and Houston has no shortage of them. There are a few places doing fireworks shows around the city, and there’s even more parties and venues to view them at. Here’s a list of the best places to get your fireworks fix and celebrate the start of a new year and a new decade, all taking place on December 31st, 2019.

2020 New Year’s Eve at Redemption Square

The Lake Houston Community is hosting this event where you can see fireworks, listen to music, and enjoy entertainment with family and friends. The event kicks off at 8 pm and will go until five minutes after the beginning of the new year. The free show also includes musical guests Vanguard Collective and Bayou Center Funk. Learn more and tell them they’re coming on their Facebook event page.

Kemah Boardwalk

This celebration’s fireworks show starts at 10 pm, but before that, they’ll have food and music. Their free concert starts at at 1 pm with Dead Stereo, and then they’ll hand it off to Velvet Punch at 5 pm. You can also get tickets for their Fireworks Cruise for that starts at 9 pm here for $174.99. Their Facebook page has all the info you need.


Kicking off at 9:30 pm, this event will have live music from the dance band A Sure Thing, as well as fireworks and confetti for their countdown. Their garages will have parking for $10, but they highly recommend taking an Uber. They’ll also have a show for kids from 11 am to 1 pm hosted by the Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus. Find all the info you need here.

The Union Kitchen Boardwalk

This exclusive dinner comes with a swag bag, buffet, and a chocolate fountain. Their entertainment includes a balloon drop, champagne toast, and fireworks with a DJ all night. Get to dinner at 9 pm, and get your tickets here starting at $70.


Know of any other places to see New Year’s Eve fireworks around Houston? Comment below with the details!

For more fun NYE ideas, make sure to check out our guide to the best things to do in Houston on New Year’s Eve.