NEW YEAR'S EVE 2019
New Year’s Eve 2019, Three GATSBY Celebrations in Denver
Bring the 1920s into 2020 by attending three roaring New Year’s Eve celebrations in Denver. What better way to kickoff the new year than champagne, flapper dresses, fedoras, and live performances? These three events are guaranteed to transport guests back to an era of scandalous behavior and where the rejection of moral standards was praised.
The Cottonwood Club
New Year's Eve gives us all an opportunity to look back on the year and reflect upon what was missed. If you have missed the monthly Cottonwood Club Denver events, you will not want to start the new year without attending this roaring party.
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There is no better way to ring in the New Year then a night filled with extraordinary performances, dancing, and champagne toasts.
The Cottonwood Club Denver is arguably the most anticipated party of the year in Denver. This event offers four tiers of tickets that include open bar and exclusive tables.
This New Year's Eve event is produced by Give 5 Productions - a live music and entertainment company that gives 5% to non-profits every year.
This year's party will support Moms Demand Action for Gun Safety Awareness in Colorado.
Feel good knowing that the Cottonwood Club contributes all proceeds to important organizations.
The White Rose GALA
If you are looking for another 1920s themed New Year’s Eve celebration to attend, check out the White Rose Gala. Put on your flapper dresses and fedoras for this fabulous event at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.
This party is also a charity event that benefits the HUMANKINDNess project, an organization focused on motivating people to perform acts of kindness.
New Year’s Eve at Bigsby’s Folly Craft Winery
If you are searching for an exclusive event, look no further than New Year’s Eve at Bigsby’s Folly Craft Winery. For $99 a person, guests will receive a festive buffet, 3 drink tickets, and a New Year champagne toast. Throughout the night, the DJ will play a mixture of funk, soul, and jazz. As with the other events, 1920s attire is highly encouraged.