We are merely hours away from ringing in the New Year. While the champagne chills and the noise makers are stashed away for the moment, there’s still time to plan how to ring in 2014. Tonight the city of Denver has plenty to offer ranging from New Years Eve Avalanche game, comedians, concerts and several lavish hotel parties. Here are some of the many events that Denver has to offer this evening.
Downtown the Mile High City’s sky will be lit up with two firework shows. The first show is at 9 pm and the second firework display will be at midnight. New Years Eve party-goers are encouraged to watch the fireworks from the 16th street mall for the best view of the fireworks tonight.
If you would prefer to party indoors, the city has lots of events to offer this evening. The 2nd annual Decadence party at the Colorado Convention Center featuring entertainers, live music and dancing begins at 7 pm. Tickets can be bought at
The Hyatt Regency in the Denver Tech Center will turn the clock back to the roaring 20s with their Great Gatsby inspired White Rose Gala. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Women’s Global Empowerment Fund. Tickets can be found on the party’s official site http://www.WhiteRoseGala.com
Another charity-driven party will take place at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel with their “Party for a Purpose”. Tickets include a meal, party favors and access to their open bar. Proceeds will benefit the Colorado communities that experienced natural disasters. Tickets can be found at http://www.sheratondenverdowntown.com/mile-high-holiday
If you want to ring in 2014 in a magical way, look no further than the Once Upon A Time: New Year’s Fairy Tale Ball. The party will be at the historic Daniels & Fisher Clocktower located on the 16th street mall and Arapahoe St. Tickets can be found at http://clocktowerevents.com/events.html
Finally, If you have some kids that won’t be able to stay awake until midnight, the Denver Children’s museum will be celebrating “Noon Years Eve”. The event will feature glittery balls drops, rainbows of confetti and giant sheets of bubble wrap for kids to stomp on. For more information visit their official page at http://www.mychildsmuseum.org/events/noon-years-eve.aspx