New Year's Eve Party Previews
Dec 31 2019

New Year's Eve Party Previews

By: Caroline Glattly

Let's bring in the New Year with celebrations the only way New Orleans knows how.


Three Ring Twerkus
Dec. 31, 10 p.m. | The Joy Theater
Twerk your way into the New Year at Three Ring Twerkus: A New Year's Eve Freak Show ft. Freaks and Wonders! Lineup includes Big Freedia, Boyfriend and Sweet Crude. Big Freedia has made her name in the New Orleans music scene by popularizing bounce music and Sweet Crude pays tribute to their roots by singing almost entirely in Louisiana French. Boyfriend popularized the genre of "Rap-Cabaret," due to the emphasis of performance in her music.


20/20 Vision with Lee Fields & The Expressions + Aaron Abernathy Trio
Dec. 31, 9 p.m. | Three Keys at Ace Hotel
Standing at the forefront of the soul revival, Lee Fields & The Expressions have been sampled by pop heavyweights like J. Cole and Travis Scott. Experience a part of history on New Year's Eve and indulge in the music that has stood the test of time since the 1960s. 3 Keys will provide a 2020 Midnight Toast.


The Country Club NYE Celebration
Dec. 31, 6 p.m. | 634 Louisa Street
Join the Country Club for an evening of decadent delights. For an all-inclusive price of $135 per person, guests can enjoy a cocktail and hors d'oeuvres reception, 3-course meal, live music, and pool access. This location provides easy access to Crescent Park and Rusty Rainbow for fireworks viewing. Oh, and did we mention bottomless champagne?


Foundation of Funk: George Porter Jr. & Zigaboo Modeliste w/ John Medeski and Eric Krasno
Dec. 31, 9 p.m. | House Of Blues
Enjoy the music of funk legends wth Foundation of Funk at the House of Blues. Kick your night off right by reserving a beautiful courtyard table and indulging in happy hour specials between 3 to 6 p.m. Upgrade to VIP for priority access, a premium menu, and upgraded seating.


The Revivalists at The Fillmore Nola
Dec. 31 | The Fillmore
Are you a music-lover looking for a way to ring in 2020? Well, look no further because New Orleans natives, The Revivalists, will be rocking in the new year at the Fillmore as a part of their 2020 National tour. Having started out playing music at local venues such as Checkpoint Charlies, The Revivalists are responsible for pumping out hits like "Wish I Knew You" and "All My Friends."


Gatsby: A New Year's Eve Affair
Dec. 31, 8 p.m. | NOPSI
Celebrate the roaring 20's with a Gatsby-themed holiday extravaganza at the NOPSI Hotel. Sponsored by Grey Goose and Mumm Napa Brut, this event will feature New Orleans DJs and live music, as well as a midnight champagne toast and balloon drop. Don't miss out on this chance to break your resolutions early!


Ring in the Revelry NYE Bash
Dec. 31, 9 p.m. | Landry's Seafood House
Don't miss out on a chance to dine, dance and party until the New Year, with an unbeatable view of fireworks you won't be able to find anywhere else. For an all-inclusive price of $75, guests will have the opportunity to indulge in an open bar, full buffet, dance floor, and a champagne toast!


Big Night New Orleans NYE
Dec. 31, 9 p.m. | Hyatt Regency New Orleans
Big Night New Orleans is New Orleans' largest indoor festival. Ring in the New Year amongst thousands and indulge in live music on multiple stages, mock casino, burlesque shows, and free drinks for an all-inclusive price. Treat yourself and upgrade to VIP for top-shelf drinks, ample seating, and more.


NYE Extravaganza with OOKAY
Dec. 31, 9 p.m. | The Metropolitan
This year, The Metropolitan, Disco Donnie & Amps Events presents NYE Extravaganza with EDM producer and DJ OOKAY. Celebrate the new year in style with three rooms of music, a balloon drop, and a midnight champagne toast!


Galactic New Year's Eve
Dec 31, 9 p.m. | Tipitina's
Every year, Tipitina's own Galactic welcomes in the New Year funk-style with their annual Galactic New Year's Eve celebration. The band will be joined by singer, Anjelika "Jelly" Joseph and supported by Memphis-based soul and blues quintet Southern Avenue. Upgrade to VIP to enjoy food from Jacques-Imo's, open bar, and VIP viewing access.

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