Celebrate New Year’s Eve and welcome 2015 with a bang at the London NYE 2014 Fireworks, presented by the Mayor of London.

At midnight on New Year’s Eve London’s night skies will be a blaze of light and colour with a display of stunning pyrotechnics from the river on London’s famous South Bank.

It’s a truly breath-taking sight set against the capital’s unique skyline, and one that draws crowds of over 500,000 people each year.  That makes London’s NYE Fireworks one of the biggest celebrations of its kind in the world.

To make sure London’s NYE Fireworks stays safe and fun for all, this year’s celebrations will be ticketed. Book tickets from See Tickets. Tickets are £10 each and are now available. You can book up to four tickets.

There are also lots of other celebrations happening in bars, restaurants and clubs across London, but plan ahead, as many will also be ticketed or need to be booked in advance.

Read Things to Do in London On New Year’s Eve guide  to find out more about all that London has to offer on New Year’s Eve

The celebrations carry on until 12:45am with a live DJ set. Stay to the end and you’ll find it easier to get out of the ticketed area and make your journey home. Transport for London will be providing free travel all night on all its public transport services, from 23:45pm on New Year’s Eve until 4:30am on New Year’s Day.