Nine ways to celebrate New Year's Eve in Colorado

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KUSA - Looking for ways to bring in the New Year on the right foot and make it a memorable experience? 

KUSA - Looking for ways to bring in the New Year on the right foot and make it a memorable experience? Here are nine ways you can make the most of the last day of 2013 and the first day of 2014. 

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NYE Block Party - Denver - If you want to party the night away into the wee hours of 2014, then the NYE Block Party might be a win-win situation for you and your friends. Party it up and fast- forward into the "year 3014" with futuristic actors, performers, dancers, festival quality lighting, confetti explosions, laser displays and the list goes on. Partiers get the location, tickets and times here:

Black Tie Party 2014 - Denver - Leave 2013 and enter 2014 with style and class at the Black Tie Party. Dance it up with a variety of music, two live bands, an all you can drink open bar and Vegas style casino games. It will be a sophisticated New Years Eve, with a classy crowd in a grand ballroom. To bring your year in with style, visit:

New Year's Eve Fireworks - Denver - You can spend your night with your family and friends right in Downtown Denver and all for free. Watch the fireworks light up the Mile High City at 9 p.m. in 2013 and again for the New Year at midnight. Plus don't miss out on the dozens of magicians, comedians, and stilt walkers all along 16th Street Mall. If you're looking for a great crowd and a ton of fun with the entire family go to:

A Night in Vienna - Denver - Waltz the night away to the Colorado Symphony's presentation of a Night in Vienna at the Boettcher Concert Hall. Enjoy polkas, waltzes and marches in a festive, calming setting. Start the evening off early and leave enough time to waltz your way to the 16th Street Mall to end your night with fireworks.

Noon Year's Eve at the Children's Museum - Denver - Struggling to find ways to keep the kiddies up until the clock strikes midnight? Well the Noon Year's Eve event might be the perfect alternative for you and your family. Watch as the kids countdown until the New Year throughout the day and watch as the five balls drop every hour from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Watch theater performers, decorate cookies and take part in fun activities. Bring in the New Year with your kids here:

NYE Hangar 6 - Denver - If you're all about giving back and having a good or all about being a better person in the New Year, then you may want to spend your party money at Hangar 6. Have a good time and do something great for women and children in Uganda. All proceeds go to educational programs, women's empowerment, food security and health initiatives. Plus enjoy live music and DJs all night long. To give back this NYE and raise your glasses feeling good check out:

NYE with the Colorado Springs Philharmonic - Colorado Springs - Bring in the New Year with Broadway and big band hits like At Last, Begin the Beguine, and My Fair Lady with the Philharmonic Orchestra. It'll be a night filled with swaying to some of the best classics and more. Clink your glasses and "dance all night, dance all night and still beg for more:"

First Night Fort Collins - Fort Collins - Have a fun night and keep it PG-13 in downtown Fort Collins at a non-alcoholic New Year's Eve celebration. Enjoy everything from storytelling, to craft projects, to new performing arts. If you're looking for a little bit of everything and plenty of fun for the entire family, make your way over to Fort Collins for the last night of 2013.

White Rose Gala - Denver - Hello there old sport? Ready to ring in the New Year with the Roaring 20s? Grab your best Gatsby attire and head to the 12th Annual White Rose Gala and the Hyatt DTC. Proceeds to benefit Women's Global Empowerment Fund. Travel back in time here:


Torchlight Parade and Fireworks Display - Steamboat - Grab your skis and snowboards and switch up your NYE celebration this time around and take part in the on-snow parade down the mountains of Steamboat lit only by torches. After you've made your way down the mountain enjoy a fireworks display that will top off your New Year's evening. 

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