Congratulations, everyone! We made it to New Years Eve!
Most of the Eastern Hemisphere has already transitioned into 2018, seeing as Earth’s rotation is getting close to the Coordinated Universal Time zone (UTC). However, the Western Hemisphere still has some time before midnight, so we thought you’d like to know when the New Year will officially come to some of the biggest cities on this side of the world.
9:00 P.M. EST – Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Brasilia
10:00 P.M. EST – Buenos Aires, Santiago, Asuncion
11:00 P.M. EST – Montevideo, San Juan, Mary’s Harbour
12:00 P.M. EST – Boston, New York, Philadelphia
1:00 A.M. EST – Chicago, Mexico City, New Orleans
2:00 A.M. EST – Denver, Phoenix, Salt Lake City
3:00 A.M. EST – Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Seattle
4:00 A.M. EST – Juneau, Anchorage, Fairbanks
5:00 A.M. EST – Honolulu
Wherever you are, enjoy your celebrations.
Head over here to watch the ball drop when January 1 hits New York City.
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