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5 of the best New Year’s Eve parties in Vail

December 24, 2017
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For a fun family-friendly celebration check out the Casino Royal New Year’s Eve party in the Sebastian. With sumptuous food stations, lavish cocktails and dancing and entertainment provided by Violinist Maestro Hughes, it promises to be one of the best parties in town. The kids are also welcome and are sure to have fun with special entertainment and activities. Of course there will be a midnight Champagne toast and ball drop sponsored by Perrier-Jouët, as well as party favors, prizes, giveaways and a very special hangover prevention station.


One of the most popular parties in town is New Year's Eve Midnight Masquerade at Bol in the Solaris. DJ Buck Rogers will keep the crowd entertained; doors open at 10 p.m. and the show is for ages 21 and older.

Hotel Talisa offers more New Year’s Eve party options for families with children. The Tykes New Year’s Eve Extravaganza is a special party for the little ones. Starting 9pm the program for the tykes include games, arts, craft a special ball drop and movies. Children should be picked up by 12:30am. Teens are invited to the Teen New Year’s Eve Cinema Experience, which will include unlimited popcorn, soda, food, pre-movie food and on screen music and light show. 

The Four Seasons has a couple of parties planned for New Year’s Eve at the Resort’s New Year’s Eve Gala. The elegant evening begins with a decadent dinner complete with crostini and cheese, risotto, seafood, salad and a carving station. Then grab a glass from the open bar before visiting the abundant dessert station. Next, hop on the dance floor as a live band serenades revellers into the New Year. And when the clock gets close to striking midnight, enjoy a champagne toast among friends and family

Reserve the best seats in town this New Year’s Eve at The Remedy Bar. Kick off New Year’s Eve Day at The Remedy’s College Football Viewing Party. Enjoy deluxe seating and watch every pass, tumble and throw on the Vail Valley’s largest television screen at 165 inches.

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