J-hope and Duran Duran from BTS are two of the artists who will appear on this year’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve show.
On December 31, ABC will welcome 2023 with a series of live performances and more, hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Liza Koshy live from New York’s Times Square.
Additionally, there will be pre-recorded performances from Disneyland by the likes of Aly & AJ, Bailey Zimmerman, Ben Platt, Ciara, Fitz & The Tantrums, Halle Bailey, Lauren Spencer Smith, Maddie & Tae, Shaggy and TXT.
Also pre-recorded in Los Angeles are more relaxed acts from the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Finneas and Dove Cameron.
Below you will find all the details about the program for New Year’s Eve 2022.
In the UK, meanwhile, Sam Ryder has announced a special New Year’s Eve show on BBC One and iPlayer, Sam Ryder All Star New Year’s Eve.
The Eurovision 2022 runner-up will perform “classics and a series of special duets” on TV on December 31 after London’s first full NYE fireworks show since 2019.
Announcing the event on BBC Radio 2 today (November 22), Ryder told Zoe Ball: “I can’t think of a better way to end 2022 than by singing some of my favorite songs with some of the guests – special.
Earlier this year, J-hope spoke to NME backstage at Lollapalooza 2022 and told us what it’s like to be the first South Korean artist to headline a major American festival, how fans will be rooting his first solo album, and what’s next for BTS.
“I’ve learned a lot as an individual artist,” he said. “I think I will continue to grow through this album. I want to show even better music through my solo projects. This experience has had a positive effect on me overall.”
This summer, the 28-year-old released his first solo album, “Jack In The Box.” With the singles “MORE” and “Arson”, NME’s Rhian Daly praised the work with a five-star review, saying it was “expressive and full of fresh new flavour”.