Don't Let History Pass By
Watch the ball drop and celebrations across the world from EarthCam

The icy breeze that not even shoulder to shoulder stiffness can bring warmth to. The vibrant multicolored streamers, confetti and blissful celebration that's heard at the strike of midnight around the world. Traditions are different but the countdown is not.

All take notice of New Year's Eve, and for good reason. The new year brings a new beginning, change and the hope that this year could be the year.

The ball drop's 1907 premiere in Times Square marks the headquarters on where to tune in on Dec. 31. Others are rejoicing in every direction though and hopefully, EarthCam will be back for its 15th year in broadcasting what all have to offer.

EarthCam is a site that broadcasts from all areas of the world to archive New Year's. With 25 live camera views just in Times Square alone, the site also films Miami, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Seattle, Montreal, Moscow, Thassos, Prague, Malta, London and Buenos Aires.

Nationally and internationally, anyone can experience how others celebrate the biggest party of the year.