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For the past month, we asked our readers to vote where they’ll be on New Years Eve 2014.

And finally, the results are in. 

Check out the top 3 voted New Years Eve 2014 parties to see where everyone will be on the final night of 2013. 

#1: Decadence

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  • December 30 + 31
  • Colorado Convention Center
  • 700 14th Street | Denver

In its third year, Decadence NYE will be the biggest event this year, taking place on two nights. BASSNECTAR and DADA Life are among Monday night’s performers, and Above & Beyond and Pretty Lights are set for Tuesday night to help ring in the New Year. Tiesto is also on the lineup. 

Click HERE for more information. 

 

#2: Miguel Migs with Lisa Shaw

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  • Bar Standard
  • 1037 Broadway | Denver

Ring in the New Year at Bar Standard, located in Broadway’s nightlife district, SOCO. Miguel Migs will be spinning, along with Lisa Shaw. 

Click HERE for more information. 

 

 

#3: It’s a TIE! –

White Rose Gala NYE 

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  • Hyatt DTC
  • 7800 East Tufts Ave | Denver

If you haven’t gotten your Great Gatsby fix, look no further than the White Rose Gala. With a roaring 20′s-theme, 10 DJs and 5 ballrooms, go back in time to ring in the new year. 

Click HERE for more information. 

 

2014 NYE Block Party

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  • Crowne Plaza
  • 15550 E. 40th Aveenue, Denver

If you haven’t gotten your Great Gatsby fix, look no further than the White Rose Gala. With a roaring 20′s-theme, 10 DJs and 5 ballrooms, go back in time to ring in the new year. 

Click HERE for more information. 

 

 

 

2 Responses

  1. SteveDenver

    If you’re lucky, there will be A FIGHT, probably between cops and some peaceable partygoers. If you’re really lucky, it will be between two chicks fighting over a guy who’s leaving with another chick.

    Stay home and smoke a joint with friends to celebrate the newly legal pot in our state. I don’t smoke pot, never got in the habit; but finally our state will stop wasting millions of dollars on police enforcement, court procedures, jail and prisons. And no longer will lives be ruined over petty marijuana arrests that result in a felony conviction. Jobs and businesses will be created and the tax base will grow.

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