With December 31st fast approaching, it's time to reflect and celebrate the year that's been.
Love it or hate it, New Year's Eve is one of the biggest nights of the year, and there are plenty of ways you can ring in 2023.
Whether you plan on staying in or want to celebrate in style, here are five things to accompany your glass of bubbly.
NYE Festival - Dublin
Ring in 2023 with New Year’s Festival Dublin, taking place in a brand-new Festival Village along North Wall Quay.
Dublin City will come alive over two days of celebrations on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day as the festival promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Westlife will headline the festival alongside special guests Gavin James and Lyra.
Tickets for the Westlife show, starting at 8pm, are priced at €34.90, while tickets for Gavan James (4pm) are €7.90.
Stages across the festival village will host acts including The Blizzards, Tolü Makay, Bradley Marshall, Dara Quilty’s Bangers, 2FM’s Emma Power, Katie Phelan, Kingfishr and Rachel Mae Hannon.
RTÉ Concert Orchestra
For a calmer atmosphere, take yourself to the historic National Concert Hall, where top conductor David Brophy will lead the orchestra - and you - into the new year.
Singers and actors John Owen-Jones and Juliette Crosbie will also be in attendance for a night of songs from well-loved musicals.
Tickets start at €34.50 and include a complimentary glass of bubbles before a few bars of Auld Lang Syne (that you don't need to be a professional performer to join in on).
New Year's with Dáithí Ó Sé
Dáithí Ó Sé and Doireann Ní Ghlacáin will ring in the New Year on TG4's Fáilte 2023.
Coming to you live from The Mills Inn in Baile Bhúirne, County Cork, the dynamic duo will be joined by John Spillane, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Cór Chúil Aodh and The Raw Bar Collective.
Speaking to Late Breakfast, Dáithí promised "a cracker of a show" and "top class" music.
The presenting veterans are no strangers to a New Year's countdown so be sure to have your champagne at the ready when the spectacle kicks off at 11pm.
Boat party in Cork
Hop on board the Spirit of Doolan for a boat party at Cork City Harbour to sail into the New Year on a lively note.
The party will be followed by a club night with DJ Ed Calnan at Cork city's Aye nightclub.
Boarding is at 6.30pm and tickets include two glasses of Prosecco in Aye and a selection of tasting plates.
You must be over 23 to attend.
There are a myriad of good gigs to attend on the big night.
In Dublin, head to Whelan’s, where two cool Irish bands, Sprints and Thumper, will take the stage.
And So I Watch You From Afar will play the Workman’s Club, before a lively party in the bar upstairs for the countdown.
If in Galway, alternative Irish band NewDad will play the iconic Róisín Dubh venue.
They will also be joined by special guests, promising a night of surprises and tunes.
Main image shows Dublin's Custom House during the Liffey Lights Midnight Moment event on New Year’s Eve to ring in 2019. Picture by: Sam Boal / RollingNews.ie