🎆 2018 New Year’s Eve for Free Updated December 25th, 2017 by Georg Jähnig & filed under Events, Free. You can spend a nice Silvester Day and Night in Berlin without paying too much, or even nothing. See here where to go on December 31 for free.Fireworks at Victory Column (photo by: young shanahan) 1. The Official Party at Brandenburger TorOrganized by the city, this party has a long tradition: Right from the Brandenburg Gate up to the Victory Column (Siegessäule), you can attend a live music show with international stars, a countdown at midnight and probably the biggest fireworks of the city – all for free. And this year luckily without painful freezing, as the temperatures might be even around 10°C.On the music line-up of 2017 are: Die Höhner, Tom Gaebel, Rednex, Münchener Freiheit, The Rasmus, Bell, Book and Candle, Nana, Oli P., Spider Murphy Gang, Whigfield, Fernando Varela, Lucenzo.The area opens already at 2pm, coming this early will allow you to see the dress rehearsal of the whole show.Latest, you should arrive by 7pm, as it might get full then and they won’t allow more people to enter if the area is filled up. The party ends at 3am.Enter the party zone at the folling spots:Ebertstraße/ScheidemannstraßeEbertstraße/BehrendtstraßeYitzhak-Rabin-StraßeBellevueallee / Kleiner SternStraße des 17. Juni / Grosser SternWhat is not allowed to bring inside:alcoholfragile or hard containersbackpacksbig bagsWhat is allowed:jute bagsgym bagssmall bagsRead more on the official site (in German).2. FireworksBesides at the Brandenburger Tor party, there are more big fireworks to watch:Europa-Center / Breitscheidplatz (City West)Zitadelle / Spandau (Far West)Christmas Market Landsberger Allee (Far East)3. Great (Firework) Views from BridgesIf you’re out and about in the city, then going to a bridge on midnight might give you some great views. Check out these by area:NorthBehmstraßenbrücke: bridge over train tracks, with a long pedestrian bridge to MauerparkEastOberbaumbrücke: famous Spree bridge between Friedrichshain and KreuzbergWarschauer Brücke: over train tracksModersohnbrückeSouthMonumentenbrückeWestCharlottenburger Brücke: old stone bridge, near TUHalenseebrücke: over train tracksMitteMoltkebrücke: very centric, near main stationWeidendammer Brücke: centric too, near FriedrichstraßeEnjoy your New Year’s Eve and Guten Rutsch! Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+Share on LinkedinShare on PinterestShare on Xing Liked the article? Like the page!