If you are reading this then it can only mean one thing: the world didn't end and this year's awesome New Year's Eve parties in Beijing are still on. So without further ado, here's our list of this year's hottest events to ring in 2013.  

Ring in 2013: New Years Eve Countdown Parties in Beijing
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1) Yen New Year's Countdown 2012View In Map

If it's a large-scale, ultra-loud party that you're in the mood for, then look no further than the Yen Countdown 2012. Held in the stunning warehouse-style 798 Space, expect a slew of bass-thumping tunes by QQ, Wang Xu, Eddie LV, Yang Bing, DIO, Mz and more. Mixologists from Lush will be on hand to mix up a fine selection of drinks and a special VIP zone courtesy of Aperitivo awaits those with the magic ticket.

When: Dec 31, 21:00
Where: 798 Space, 4 Jiuxianqiao Lu, Chaoyang District, Beijing
北京市朝阳区酒仙桥路4号798艺术区
Price: 70 RMB (early bird); 100 RMB (advance); 150 RMB (door)
Tickets: http://clubzone.cn

2) 2Kolegas New Year's Rock PartyView In Map
Everyone's favorite Hillbilly group DH & The Chinese Hellcats will bring 2Kolegas goers to their feet on the 31st with their lively rockabilly tunes. Also on the line-up: Wu & The Side Effects with his catchy psychedelic rock. More yet-to-be-confirmed acts are also scheduled to infuse the night with an energetic dose of rock n' roll – but no matter what, the party will go on until the wee hours.

When: Dec 31, 21:0
Where: 2Kolegas
Price: 60 RMB
Website: http://2kolegas.com

3) NYE @ HazeView In Map
Resident DJs Yang Bing, Tobias Patrick, Boflex, Pancake Lee and many more will send revelers into 2013 at Haze this New Year's Eve. One of the city's most popular party hotspots, you can't go wrong at this event if it's a night of heavy dancing you're after.

When: Dec 31, 22:00
Where: Haze
Price: 100 RMB, at door & includes 1 drink; 70 RMB advance

4) Funky New Year's Eve @ MigasView In Map
Funk Fever will be infecting crowds with their funky tunes at Migas this New Year's Eve, blasting out dance-able beats throughout the night. There'll also be special guest DJs, a VJ and prize giveaways.

When: Dec 31, 22:00
Where: Migas
Price: 180 RMB at door, includes 1 glass of MUNN champagne

5) New Year's Eve at the Slow Boat Brewery TaproomView In Map
Slow Boat Brewery will be helping you ring in the New Year with an awesome New Year's Eve bash! They'll have discounted drafts, party hats, mulled wine, and a Champagne toast at midnight to help you and your friends send 2012 off in style. And to commemorate all the good times you had in 2012, they'll also be doing a musical countdown of all the best (and worst) tunes from the past year. Tickets can be purchased ahead of time at the Taproom or by emailing sallie@slowboatbrewery.com.

When: Dec 31, 20:00
Where: Slow Boat Brewery, 56 Dongsi Batiao, Dongcheng District, Beijing
北京市东城区东四八条56号
Price: 60 RMB or 80 RMB at the door, which includes your first Slow Boat draft beer, a party hat, and Champagne at midnight

6) Genesis 2013 New Year's Eve PartyView In Map
Genesis NYE bash will be held at Lantern Club and will feature some of the best DJs in town including Weng Weng, ELVIS.T, Lupen, Sean C. and Blue in Lantern Space and Shen Yue, Mike Gonzales, Eric Lee, Jackson Lee at Lantern Box. Pre-sale tickets are available at clubzone.cn. Prepare to party hard!

When: Dec 31, 22:00
Where: Lantern
How much: 100 RMB, pre-sale; 150 RMB, at door

7) New Year's Eve Masquerade Party @ ModernistaView In Map
We're always big fans of masquerade or fancy dress parties, which is why Modernista's masquerade party caught our attention. With a strict mask-on policy, ring in the new year anonymously while dancing to a mix of Latin soul, groovy funk and boogaloo. You may even get away with smooching a masked stranger at midnight!

When: Dec 31, 22:00
Where: Modernista Old Café & Tapas Bar
How much:  free

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