The Fourth Annual Supernova Ball Drop took place at Novotel’s Supernova, the recently redesigned, sophisticated event space with a heated outdoor terrace which provided spectacular views overlooking the world-renowned Times Square New Year’s Ball Drop.
Guests ticked Times Square New Year’s Eve off their bucket lists in style both inside the venue and outside on its 5,700 square foot terrace that provides unblocked views of the ball drop. The event each year attracts New Yorkers and international revelers, who travel from more than 15 countries to experience the magic and energy of Times Square.
This year’s entertainment program at Supernova featured aerial acrobatic performers who entertained guests with a Cirque Du Soleil-inspired show, and famous DJ Pollux Star (a.k.a. “the People’s DJ”) who spins the best tunes as guests hit the dance floor. Additionally, revelers enjoyed VIP table service, a six hour premium open bar and a midnight Champagne toast along with gourmet passed hors d’oeuvres and succulent sweets. The elegant venue’s unmatched ambience and energy was enhanced by the spectacular audio-visual art installation Drop Art by Israeli New Media Artist Racheli Dantess. Drop Art is a video camera-based interactive application that investigates the space between the virtual and the real, plus the interaction between human movement and technology where images captured by the camera are translated to numerous visual images and effects which are projected on the wall and blend with the ambiance of the place.