There won’t be any crowds, noise, or midnight kisses in Times Square this year, but the ball will still drop. On Dec. 31, only a group of 100 people, which includes invited essential workers and their families, will see the ball drop in Times Square live. Organizers say revelers from around the world will be invited to celebrate with them through “digital, virtual, and analogue means.” Inside Edition Digital’s TC Newman has more.
12,000-Pound Ball Will Drop Without Times Square Crowds
Published on December 30, 2020 by Youtube Video