New Year’s Eve events in Aspen
Shadow Mountain Lounge – St. Regis Aspen, 4 p.m.- 9 p.m.
Pre-New Year’s Eve is kicking off in Shadow Mountain Lounge with a live DJ and cocktail service from the Shadow Mountain Lounge bar. No cover.
St. Regis Aspen, 9 p.m.- 1 a.m.
The St. Regis Aspen Resort will host New Year’s Eve in a transparent tent on the resort’s courtyard, allowing guests to watch the fireworks as they ring in the year in cozy comfort. There will be live music from the Derek Brown Band alternating with a DJ, party favors, barrel-aged Manhattans with living room-styled furniture. General admission tickets are $250, inclusive of open bar, passed appetizers, dessert buffet and champagne toast at midnight. Sparkly attire encouraged.
Ticket information can be found at http://www.stregisaspen.com/newyearseve
Aspen’s Bottomless Cristal New Year’s Eve Party – The Little Nell, 10 p.m. – 1:30 a.m.
The Little Nell will transform into a Winter Wonderland, offering two music stages for live jazz with Steve Peer and dancing to the sounds of electric violinist Katerina Visnevska and DJ. This free flowing party will take place throughout the bars, patio and living room of The Little Nell, complete with open bar, unlimited Cristal champagne and all-you-can-eat food stations. Ages 21+ $395/person. Reservations: 970-920-6330, email@example.com
Huey Lewis & The News – Belly Up Aspen
Dance in the New Year with this classic Rock and Roll concert. $350 general admission or $870 reserved. For tickets visit http://www.bellyupaspen.com 970-544-9800
Open bar until 12 a.m. with a Champagne Toast at midnight. Doors open at 9 p.m. $200 per person.
Dirty Dozen Brass Band – The Wheeler Opera House
New Year’s Eve Party at the Wheeler. $89 per ticket includes performance, open bar, food, and party favors. http://www.wheeleroperahouse.com 970-920-5770
Vintage Hollywood Soiree – 39 Degrees @ The Sky
New Year’s Eve Vintage Hollywood Soiree. Live music with Josefina Mendez, VIP tickets include buffet and all tickets include open bar. VIP tickets are $600 plus $30.99 fee; General admission tickets are $250 plus $13.49 fee. 970-429-7803.
Fireworks over Aspen Mountain, 8 p.m. and 12 a.m.
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