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5 Around Town: New Year’s Eve

Posted at 10:00 AM, Dec 27, 2018

We’re looking ahead to New Year’s Eve and there will be some great ways to ring in 2019.

Noon Year’s Eve

If you’ve got kiddos who won’t make if to midnight and want to celebrate early, the Pikes Peak Children’s Museum will host their 10th Annual Noon Year’s Eve! From 10 am to 2 pm on New Year’s Eve there will be hands-on activities, live entertainment, food, drinks, vendors, and more as they countdown to Noon with a balloon drop. This year’s celebration will be at the Colorado Springs Event Center. Presale tickets will be $25 for a family. $35 per family at the door. Buy tickets and find more information here.

All That 90’s Party

If you’re looking for an adults only blast to the past, check out the All That 90’s Party. The New Year’s Eve celebration at the Gold Room will feature a DJ spinning the best 90’s tunes, hors d’oeuvres, a balloon drop, and a champagne toast. Come dressed in your best 90’s gear ready to party like it’s 1999. Tickets start at $65. Buy tickets and find more information here.

Pikes Peak Fireworks Show

No matter where you are at midnight, you can look up to Pike’s Peak to see fireworks. The AdAmAn Club will send a group up the Barr Trail on the 30th to prepare for the annual midnight display. Viewing is obviously free. Just find a good view of the mountain at midnight to catch the amazing display from the mountain’s summit. Find more informationhere.

Colorado Springs Philharmonic

The Colorado Springs Philharmonic will present their New Year’s Eve performance on Monday at 7:30 pm to mark the end of 2018. The concert at the Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts will feature the big band spirit of Louis Armstrong, Tommy Dorsey, and Benny Goodman to swing into the new year. Tickets start at $26. Buy tickets and find more information here.

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