New Years Fun
COLORADO, USA — Farewell, 2010s!
It’s been a long, full decade of amazing events, concerts, festivals, art fairs, county fairs and sporting events in the Centennial State, but before we jump into 2020, there’s still a great weekend of fireworks, concerts, New Year’s celebrations and Broncos football.
Before fireworks light up the sky over downtown Denver Tuesday night, the sights, sounds and excitement of Times Square will come to Children’s Museum of Denver — all before bedtime.
DENVER — The sky above Denver’s 16th Street Mall will be filled with spectacular fireworks to close out 2019. Shows will take place New Year’s Eve at 9 p.m. and midnight on Tuesday. The fireworks will be synced to a music playlist from DJs along the mall.
DENVER — Families can enjoy the sights, sounds and excitement of Times Square, at the Children’s Museum, all before bedtime. The Children Museum’s Noon Year’s Eve event on Tuesday features countdowns with hourly ball drops, bubble-wrap fireworks, rainbow confetti, sparkler and noisemaker crafts, science experiments, face painting, special characters, festive treats and more.
DENVER – Denver New Years Eve Party 2019 / 2020
Resolution NYE is Colorado’s premier Denver New Year’s’ Eve bash hosted by The Collective 360. The event begins at 7:30 p.m. at the McNichols Civic Center Building at 144 West Colfax Ave.
DENVER – One evening, three dazzling experiences. Ring in 2020 in the heart and soul of the city with three unforgettable New Year’s events. Must be 21 or older to attend.
Great Hall Silent Disco & Light Show
Don’t miss the quintessential New Year’s Eve celebration in Denver’s iconic landmark. Immerse yourself in an epic light show in the Great Hall while grooving to your choice of three live silent disco DJs.
General Admission: $80 per guest
Ring in the new “Roaring Twenties” with an exclusive VIP speakeasy in the historic lower level of Union Station. VIP tickets include unlimited complimentary libations and hors d’oeuvres, an intimate piano performance and access to the Great Hall Silent Disco and Light Show.
VIP: $200 per guest
Table Service at The Cooper Loungeis already SOLD OUT
DENVER – Grand Hyatt Denver Downtown ( 1750 Welton Street) and MIX 100.3 FM present Denver’s Grandest New Year’s Eve Party. This downtown Denver New Year’s Eve Party includes an open bar with the premium pour, admission to four areas of entertainment, dinner buffet, champagne toast at midnight, party hats and favors, balloon drops galore and more.
Move from one ballroom to another for non-stop dancing. The entertainment lineup features The Nacho Men in the Colorado Ballroom and high-energy band with DJ, Club X Band in Aspen Ballroom, Silent Disco in Mt. Sopris Ballroom and Karaoke at the Fireside hotel lobby lounge. Overnight hotel packages start at $439 per room including two party tickets.
COLORADO SPRINGS — A Pikes Peak tradition since 1922, hearty climbers traverse the icy slopes of Pikes Peak to provide a spectacular show for spectators in the Colorado Springs region. At midnight on New Year’s Eve the climbers set off a huge fireworks display for the delight of everyone below. On a clear night, the AdAmAn Club Fireworks can be seen for hundreds of miles along the Front Range and eastern plains. This is truly a Colorado tradition you need to experience at least once.
LOVELAND — Loveland has a wonderful way to ring in the new year — Centerra New Year’s Eve Bash. Staged at The Promenade Shops at Centerra and Chapungu Sculpture Park, you can celebrate the new year with food, activities, ice skating and fireworks. Most activities are free, except for ice skating. From 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., enjoy family-friendly activities on the Main Plaza at The Promenade Shops outside Build-A-Bear Workshop and Bent Fork. The Ice Rink will be open until 9 p.m. At 8 p.m. catch Centerra’s New Year’s Eve community fireworks show from either the Main Plaza at The Promenade Shops or at Chapungu Sculpture Park. This event was first published by MileHighontheCheap.com. For more deals and discounts, visit MileHighontheCheap.com.
DENVER — The Colorado Symphony’s popular annual tradition A Night in Vienna returns on New Year’s Eve. The rousing selection of polkas, waltzes and marches begins at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Boettcher Concert Hall, ensuring attendees won’t miss the 16th Street Mall fireworks. Reserve your seats at ColoradoSymphony.org.
COLORADO SPRINGS — The Colorado Springs Philharmonic will celebrate New Year’s Eve with a concert celebrating Broadway’s greatest shows. The Philharmonic will swing into the new year at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts. Get your tickets at CSPhilharmonic.org.
DENVER — Escape to Margaritaville is the newest Broadway musical to stop in the Mile High City. The hilarious and heartwarming musical features unforgettable tunes from Jimmy Buffett. Escape to Margaritaville plays the Buell Theatre at the Denver Performing Arts Complex through Sunday, Jan. 5. For tickets and showtimes, visit DenverCenter.org.
DENVER — The red-hot Denver Broncos close out the 2019 season with a game Sunday at Empower Field at Mile High. New quarterback Drew Lock, Phil Lindsay, Von Miller and the Broncos host the Oakland Raiders at 2:25 p.m.
DENVER — Mile High Basketball takes over Denver’s Pepsi Center on Saturday and Sunday. The Denver Nuggets tip off against the Memphis Grizzlies at 3 p.m. Saturday and Sacramento Kings at 6 p.m. Sunday. For tickets, head to Nuggets.com.
LOVELAND — The 14th annual New Year’s Eve Extreme Rodeo Challenge returns to the Budweiser Events Center on Tuesday. The event features rodeo favorites including saddle bronc riding, bareback riding, bull riding, bullfighting and mutton bustin’. TREventsComplex.com is the place for tickets.