Things to Do in Bozeman for New Year’s Eve
If you're hanging around Bozeman this New Year's Eve, you're probably wondering what your options are. Here's a list of some of the best places to ring in 2016 in Bozeman:
Ring in the New Year with two amazing bands - Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs and Hawthorne Roots - in the upstairs ballroom at the Eagles.
These two bands promise "a funky, spunky mix of musical melodies."
Sparkles, sequins, and smiles are encouraged.
The show starts at 9 p.m. Tickets are available at Cactus Records for $12, and at the door for $15. Get them early! You can also go online to order them HERE.
Looking to get fancy this New Year's Eve? The Emerson might be the place for you.
Anyone who loves to dance is welcome to kick up their heels with Ballroom Dance Bozeman at its annual New Year’s Eve Dance Party at the Emerson Center Ballroom with music by the Sugar Daddies.
A dance host and hostess will be on hand to dance with single and/or new dancers.
Attire is dressy/formal with a “black and white” theme.
Feel free to BYO beverage of choice for the evening
Bringing a snack for the shared snack table is always welcome.
Tickets are $25. That includes a champagne toast at midnight.
(Admission and toast included with BDB Season Pass)
The fun starts at 8 p.m.
Find out more on the Emerson's website.
For something a little funkier, check out the Zebra Cocktail Lounge's New Year's Eve masquerade party featuring improv/funk band M.O.T.H.
The band describes its sound as a mixture of Daft Punk and Umphrey's McGee.
Doors open at 8 p.m. Show starts at 9 p.m.
Masks will be sold at the door.
Tickets are available on the Cactus Records website.
Plonk tempts the taste buds as well as the ear with its four-course prix fixe menu.
Wine pairings are available. Walk-ins are also accepted and welcome to enjoy the prix fixe menu. The regular menu will also be available.
Cost is: $50 prix fix, $50 wine pairings.
The Andrew Gromelier Band will provide funk music starting at 10 p.m.
Visit the Facebook event page for more information.
Got to work New Year's? Bummer. But don't worry, Bar IX's got you covered.
On Saturday, Jan. 10, Bar IX is hosting its Bartenders New Years Party.
There will be free appetizers and drinks for service industry workers.
Everyone is invited to come out and celebrate the bartenders of Bozeman!
Head over to the Bozeman Senior Center, which boasts one of the best dance floors in town, for live country and western music performed by The Blue Spurs Band.
There will be sandwiches and homemade punch.
Cost is $5 per person. All ages are welcome.
Looking to get out of town and do something a little different this year? Then New Year's Eve at the Livingston Fairgrounds might be right up your alley.
This all-ages bash features a live DJ, carnival games, food, a full bar with specialty cocktails, a midnight champagne toast, food vendors, door prizes and more.
The fun takes place New Year's Eve from 7 p.m. until 2 a.m.
Proceeds will benefit the fairgrounds and local emergency response teams. Cost is $15 per person. Kids 12 and under are free.
More information on the event's website.
Can't wait until the 31st get your groove on?
ChickenJam West Productions and the Filling Station are doing a pre-New Year's Eve concert on Wednesday, Jan. 30. Soul/funk groups Down North and Paige and the People's Band will play a 21+ show at the Filling Station.
Tickets are $7 and available at the door.
More information HERE.