New Year’s Eve Fireworks & Live Music

EARLY BIRD DINNER **Limited Spaces Remaining**

Looking for somewhere to have pre-drinks on New Year’s Eve? Join us at Skylon from 5.30pm to 7pm for our Early Bird menu, with three courses a welcome Chambord Kir Royale for £125 per person.

Please note, that you must leave Skylon by 7pm on the Early Bird package, even if you’re joining us for the 7pm New Year’s Eve event.


Skylon invites you to celebrate the close of 2023 with dazzling views over the River Thames and live band “The Revellers”.

The night will centre around a bespoke seven-course luxe menu, priced at £375 per person (including a welcome Chambord Kir Royale!), designed to keep you entertained from 7pm to the midnight countdown.

Those seated at our River View seats will catch a glimpse of the Mayor’s Fireworks Display, with the option to walk down to the view area on the South Bank*.

Please note that entry is strictly allowed only between 7pm and 8pm on the 31st of December, in line with security regulations around the South Bank during the fireworks display. 


For New Year’s Eve enquiries of up to 12 guests please book online or email

For any larger enquiries please fill out the events form or email

*Please note: the surrounding area of the Southbank Centre is not a general public ticketed viewing area for the Mayor’s Fireworks Display. As such your Skylon Restaurant event ticket will not grant access to the main fireworks viewing areas. The organisation of the fireworks display and outside access is at the jurisdiction of the fireworks event safety team and cannot be guaranteed in the event of adverse weather conditions or other unforeseen circumstances. Skylon’s river view seats offer great views of the River Thames but we cannot guarantee optimal views of the fireworks display.


Created by Sky Cooper in the 1980s for the modern cocktail movement, Chambord was inspired by a luxurious raspberry liqueur that, according to legend, was produced for French royalty to commemorate their visits to the Loire Valley in the 17th Century.

Chambord is still crafted at a real French Chateau – La Sistiere – in the Loire Valley and continues to inspire cocktail and culinary creations around the world.