Animal Crossing: New Horizons - New Year's Event Guide

As 2020 draws to a close, you can bring in the New Year with Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Although the celebration is small, there are still a number of unique and exclusive items you can get your hands on during the event. We've documented everything to ensure everyone can get the most out of the event!

The items you can obtain from the event can happen anytime during New Years Eve, starting from 5am. However, there are 16 different kind of New Years hats you can buy, and your Island will only have access to four varieties. If you want to purchase all hats, you'll need to visit your friends to see which they have. The hats can be bought from Tom Nook at the Resident Services Plaza for 500 bells each, and you can also buy a 5-oack of party poppers for 300 bells.



Speaking to Isabelle before the New Year rolls in will also give you a light stick, which you can wave in the air as the fireworks light up the sky, alongside your Villagers! Once midnight draws near, Isabelle will urge your Villagers to gather around the Plaza, watching the countdown to the New Year!



And that's really about it! There are a couple of seasonal items you can purchase under the Seasonal tab on Nook Shopping, with some only being available until December 31st, so get in quick! There will be some new items available starting 2021, including the Kodomatsu, Kagamimochi, New Year's Shimekazari, Olivier Salad, 2021 Celebratory Arch, Yut Nori, and the Zodiax Ox Figurine.





We'd like to thank you for your support through the year 2020, and wish our readers all the best for the New Year! Thanks for sticking with us. As always, if you haven't already, be sure to follow us over on Twitter and Tumblr, as well as considering supporting us on Patreon if you're able to, your help and support goes a long way! Feel free to join our discord server too! We hope you all have a happy and safe holiday! Here's to 2021!

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