Discotheques as well as in the homes of people. There is a celebrations handle to the celebration of New Year in Morocco. The people with religious proclivity visit the churches to celebrate the New Year. There are a good number of foreigners in attendance who also join the New Year party. "Happy New years" fill the air as the clock strikes12 o'clock at midnight. Motorists throng the streets and by lane, shouting and hooting.
Many press their horns to celebrate New Year. Crowds throng the many pubs, bars and restaurants in attendance around so much that they find it difficult to accommodate all. The partying continues till the wee hours of the next day in major cities and towns.
There is brisk sale of goods throughout this time and many eateries have full house for the supper as the night progresses. People splurge during this time of the year with open mind.For many, New Year in Morocco is comparatively a day of resolutions, meant to be kept throughout the year.
Many families arrange delicious dishes for the entire family on this day to mark the occasion. The day also means time for relations gathering. Relatives and friends make it a point to meet on this day and switch over greetings and gifts.