We get it, you’re just like us and leave everything to the last minute. Don’t worry, we’ve got your back: Here are all the hottest New Year’s Eve events for you to ring in 2013 in style.
Karaoke contest – A.F. Ray’s (2700 8th Ave.)
Celebrate the new year at your favorite Greeley venue with a karaoke contest featuring a $200 cash prize! This is a 21+ ONLY event with no cover charge, plus a free champagne toast at midnight! Don’t miss it.
Party it up with DJ Largechild, Cripp Nipp, and Mitch Black at Sky Nightclub — tickets are just $10 and the show starts at 9:00 pm. The official pre-party is at the crvsh room from 8:00-10:00 pm with free champagne and hors d’oeuvres. This is a formal event, so dress to impress!
NYE @ The Kress Cinema and Lounge (817 8th Ave.)
The Kress is hosting a movie night (When Harry Met Sally) and a champagne toast featuring the Times Square ball drop on their big screen! This event starts at 7:00 pm.
Drink Free @ Whiskey River (618 25th St.)
Whiskey River’s New Year’s event is 18+ (21 to drink) and features free drinks and drafts until 11:00 pm and free champagne at midnight. Plus, free noisemakers and party hats plus door prizes! The party starts at 8:00 pm and goes on ’til two in the morning.
Fierce Bad Rabbit @ Hodi’s Half Note (167 N. College Ave.)
Hodi’s will kick off 2013 with a CD release show from Fierce Bad Rabbit at 8:00 pm. The band is promoting their new release, The Maestro and the Elephant and will be supported by Dear Rabbit and Pep*Squad. Tickets are $12 ($15 for those under 21.)
Elephant Revival @ Aggie Theater (204 S. College Ave.)
Check out a great show at the Aggie featuring Denver favorites Elephant Revival with Mandarin Orange and SHEL. Get your tickets at the door for $35. Show starts at 8:00 pm.
NYE Bash @ Washington’s (132 Laporte Ave.)
Join Nufusion Productions with hosts DJ Nunez and Buhrm Gotti for an 18+ New Year’s bash at Washington’s Sports Bar. They’ll have party favors, a cash drop, and of course champagne to toast when the calendar changes.
Marty Nightengale @ Pourhouse (124 E. 4th St.)
Loveland’s own Pourhouse will ring in the new year with a set by fan favorite Marty Nightengale and a champagne toast at midnight.