The New Year celebration is also known as the Old Year or is known as St. Sylvester’s Day in many countries, and this is the last day, December 31, which is December 31, the 7th day of the Christmas Eve. In many countries, New Year’s Eve is celebrated in late evening social gatherings where people dance, eat, drink alcoholic drinks, watch or light fireworks and welcome the New Year. Some Christians attend at night. These festivals are being held last Sunday at New Year’s Eve.
Tonga, Samoa and Christmas Islands, part of Kiribati are the main points of greeting the New Year, while American Samoa and the United States Baker Islands are among the last.