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New Year’s Eve Music and Parties in Denver

Events, Nightlife, Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New — By Jess Steinitz on December 26, 2010 at 10:29 pm

After enjoying Denver‘s New Year’s Eve family-friendly activities and having a prix fixe meal at one of Denver’s top restaurants, make a night out of it with music and dancing!

  • Colorado Symphony Orchestra keeps New Year’s Eve classy at Boettcher Concert Hall, with a Vienna-themed selection of the beloved waltzes, polkas and classics. The show starts early at 6:30 p.m. (and ends in time for you to catch the first downtown fireworks display at 9 p.m.).
  • Party at the Grand Hyatt Denver Downtown: With expected attendance at over 1,500, guests enjoy an open bar, a buffet supper, champagne toast at midnight, party hats and favors, admission to four separate areas of entertainment, balloon drops everywhere, and non-stop dancing.  Tickets available for $109 by calling 303-295-1234.
  • This year, step inside the champagne flute at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. The decor, entertainment, and performers of “Champagne Hotel” are all designed to make you feel as if you’re inside a “Champagne Bubble.”  The music of Colorado’s DJs and musicians will include both popular hits and classic remixes. And to top it off, at midnight, balloons filled with $2000 in cash will drop from the ceiling. Tickets are available online for $53 ($85 VIP).
  • Lotus Clubs Passport: For a glamorous evening in Downtown Denver, head to Larimer Square, home of Suite 200 and three other chic nightclubs within walking distance of each other. One $60 ticket ($108 with drinks) gets you into all of them, available online. There will be five dance floors, ice sculptures, bottle service, go-go dancers, surprise celebrity guests, a midnight balloon drop, and champagne toast.
  • Make some noise on the 16th Street Mall with the ladies of Coyote Ugly, the “most famous bar on the planet,” for a night of dancing, singing, and entertainment.
  • Widespread Panic — a Southern rock jam band — at the Pepsi Center, with openers G. Love and Special Sauce. Tickets available online for $65.
  • Slim Cessna’s Auto Club at the Bluebird Theater: They have  drums, upright bass, pedal steel, banjos, piano, guitar, vocals, and stories, and they’ve been branded with every musical description possible. Tickets available online for $29.
  • The Motet and John Brown’s Body at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom: The Motet has a heavy-horned afrobeat influence countered with a textural blanket of electronica. John Brown’s Body uses reggae as a foundation, but incorporates dub, drum and bass, dancehall, hip hop, and other musical explorations. Tickets are available online for $30. Greensky Bluegrass plays their psychedelic rock bluegrass at Cervantes Other Side, which is included in the ticket price.
  • Lannie Garrett’s Swingin’ Big Band at Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret: A show of classic Big Band era favorites, swing, jump, ballads, and blues. Tickets available online for $125.
  • The Knew at Larimer Lounge: Positive, energetic rock n’ roll. Tickets available online for $8 (or at the door for $15).

[Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons]

Decor, entertainment, performers and interaction are based off of a Champagne Bubble.  This year don’t just toast in the New Year with Champagne, step inside the Champagne flute!  Giant bubbles float in the air with heart-thumping beats created by Colorado’s very best DJ’s and musicians.
Music will be a mixture of today’s hottest hits, classic remixes, mashe. Champagne Hotel is a more then a dance party; it’s a party goers wildest dreams.

The Atrium as 6 stories of balconies on guests’ hotel rooms overlooking 1 of the 2 major rooms of the event.
The magical experience of the midnight countdown and balloon drop will be taken to a whole new level thanks to Kush Magazine’s $2000 cash donation to fill the balloons with cash!Par

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