New Year's Eve at Prohibition

Celebrate New Year's Eve in style at San Diego's most exclusive speakeasy. Join us as we dance the night away and cheers to the new adventures that await us in 2019!

Monday, December 31

9:30pm - 2:00am PST

Prohibition San Diego

548 Fifth Ave, San Diego, AL 92101
    • New Year's Eve Ticket

      Item Amount
      New Year's Eve Ticket $30.00
      Non-Refundable Service Fee $2.79
      Total $32.79
    • Sold Out
    • Your ticket comes with one cocktail.
      Guaranteed entry before 10pm.
      No re-entry.

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Each ticket Includes a complimentary Champagne or Bourbon toast at midnight! We have Shane Hall in the house, setting the NYE mood by playing originals plus Swamp Blues, from 9:30pm-1:30am! We'll be featuring New Orleans style cocktails and music! So c'mon down and feel the energy of the French Quarter!

Prohibition 1920: Upon spotting our covert entrance, you’ll venture into our exclusive venue and into a haven of 1920s atmosphere, masterfully-crafted cocktails, and stylized live music. Here at the original San Diego speakeasy bar, Prohibition, we go unseen by most people in our underground, secret bar. It is an ideal venue for those who do not simply desire to read or watch films about the Great Gatsby lifestyle; they’d rather live it.

Join us for a NYE you won't forget!

Your ticket is valid for entry before 10:30pm. Entrance is always subject to capacity, so be sure to arrive early. Tickets are $30/each online; will be $40 at the door night of. 

Monday, December 31, 2018

9:30pm - 2:00am PST
  • Prohibition San Diego

    548 Fifth Ave, San Diego, AL 92101

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