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New Year's Eve Parties in Indianapolis

Has the stress of the holidays got you scrambling for New Year’s Eve plans? Don’t start 2016 that way! Relax. We have your plans here:

Downtown Indy’s New Year’s Eve
Starts @ 8pm

Three blocks of Georgia Street are shutting down to traffic for this giant party! There will be entertainment lining the streets—live music, food trucks, full bars, and the Indy-original IndyCar drop at midnight!

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Rock and Ring in the New Year at Hard Rock Café
Starts @ 8pm

There are a variety of VIP packages ranging from $15 - $215 that can include buffets, a hotel room, party favors, and champagne! An all inclusive rockin’ eve!

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LOCASH at 8 Seconds Saloon
Doors open @ 6pm

For country music fans out there, ring in the new year with popular country artist (and Indiana-native) LOCASH—whose “I Love This Life” song is climbing the charts!

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New Years Eve Masquerade at Tin Roof
Starts @ 9pm

Grab a mask and head to the Tin Roof in Indy for free party favors, champagne toast at midnight, confetti cannon blast, and live music!

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Have someone you’re celebrating New Year’s with that has an early bed time? We have parties for you parents out there!

Countdown to Noon at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
Starts @ 10am

Enjoy the experience of counting down to midnight (at a reasonable hour) with your kids!

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New Year’s Eve Early Balloon Drop at Incredi-Plex
Starts @ 5:30pm

There will be games, face painting, a raffle, and unlimited play in their new Bounce & Climb Arena!

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