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  • Writer's pictureKatelyn Fulks

A Nashville New Year’s Eve

Family holiday parties have settled down and now it’s time for even more fun. Pull out your sparkliest outfit and dress to impress for New Year’s Eve in Nashville The prices and activities of the events vary. What should you do to ring in 2019?

Here are just a few ideas…

The big event that draws crowds each year occurs in Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. This year’s Music City Midnight includes performances by Keith Urban, Peter Frampton, Judah & The Lion, and others. Of course, there will be fireworks, confetti, and the Music Note Drop® at midnight. The best part? It’s free!

This all-inclusive event at The Sutler includes a buffet and open bar all night, along with a midnight champagne toast. Seats are $130 or gather a group and reserve a full table.

Want to be the most comfortable you could be without being on your couch? The Onesie party at Walden’s might be your scene. The only rule: you must party in a onesie. No ticket cost.

Live country music your thing? This is the event for you! Purchase either a ticket for the Chase Bryant show ($50) or the Cowboy and Countdowns event ($30) or both!

Mix it up this year with some interesting circus performers surrounding you while you drink champagne. At Famous Saloon, Beyond Circus will be providing entertainment, such as aerial champagne dancers,stilt walkers, and jugglers. General admission tickets are $50, which includes a champagne toast.

Perhaps you want to step back in time this NYE? Shindig Mafia’s Gatsby event will be filled with roaring 20’s outfits, live swing and blues, and of course champagne. Tickets ($125) include unlimited complimentary champagne and a breakfast bar.

In the theme of indulgent Venetian masquerades, Sinema will host a five course dinner and after party ($125). Guests are encouraged to come draped in decadence, and of course a mask.

Whatever plans you decide to make for New Year’s, celebrate the accomplishments of 2018 and get excited for what’s to come in the next year!


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