What’s true in real estate is true when ringing in the New Year — location matters. When choosing your final destination to clink glasses of bubbly, keep these fun Fort Worth parties in mind. 

New Year’s In The Funk

New Year’s In The Funk promises a “warehouse” party in a secret locale. You’ll have to purchase a ticket to find out where the cryptic celebration will be, but we can tell you that the late-night event features music by Medicine Man Revival and C.S. Armstrong along with DJ sets by Picnictyme, Ronnie Heart and ASA Ace. Leon Bridges is confirmed to attend the celebration.

 

West 7th

The West 7th Corridor will be ground zero for several noteworthy New Year’s bashes. New Year’s Ball at Reservoir includes party favors, a balloon drop, complimentary champagne toast and sounds by DJ Mark McEuen.

Landmark New Year’s Eve includes $1,000 in door prizes, confetti cannons, a balloon drop and champagne toast at midnight.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Saturday Night turn up is real. #SwingThru #Landmarkfw #OGofW7

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Ever wanted to jump in a pool to ring in the New Year? You can at New Year’s Eve at The Whiskey Garden. The garden bash comes with tunes by DJ D-Roz and Silver and Gold VIP table options with premier bottle service.

 

The popular coffee bar Ampersand turns into a nightclub on the weekends. Join them for NYE at Ampersand complete with a balloon drop, confetti cannons, complimentary champagne toast and more. 

 

Downtown

Now in its 11th year, New Year’s Celebration at Scat Jazz Lounge is heavy on swanky good times. While Fort Worth will be awash in electronic music, guests at Scat Jazz Lounge can take in the incomparable performance of Red Young and His Hot Horns, featuring Red (organ and vocals), John Bryant (drums) and, of course, the Hot Horns. Sip classic cocktails and enjoy passed finger foods. A balloon drop and champagne toast top off the night.

 

Join the fun in Sundance Square Plaza for an evening of musical entertainment by The Hunter Sullivan Band taking the stage at 10:30 p.m. Adult beverages will be available for purchase and portable seating is allowed. No outside food or drink.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Friday May 11th 9PM at The Mansion on Turtle Creek

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You’ll be in the welcome company of hundreds of choice craft beers at New Year’s Eve Bash at Flying Saucer. Live music on the stage starts at 9 p.m. A special festive menu includes New York strip steak, calamari and grilled mahi-mahi.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Had the opportunity to check out Flying Saucer in Fort Worth this weekend! The tree lit patio and lovely atmosphere drew us in... Question is, was it worth the hype? We'll go with yes! In addition to the lovely patio, they have quite a bit of local craft beer selections to choose from and have a menu that left us wanting to try everything! - - - #worththehypeornot #dallasliving #dallaslifestyle #dallaslife #dallasbigdevents #dallasevents #dallas #dallastx #dallastexas #texas #dallasfoodie #dallasfood #dallasfoodlover #dallasdrinks #dallaseats #dallasblogger #dallaslifestyleblogger #foodie #foodlover #cocktails #blogger #fortworth #fortworthtexas #fortworthtx #flyingsaucer #flyingsaucerfortworth #dfweats #dfwdrinks #dfw

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Fort Worth Stockyards

Randy Rogers Band at Billy Bob’s Texas promises to bring down the roof at the world’s largest honky-tonk. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the live music ramps up at 8 p.m.

 

Near Southside

Near Southside favorite Twilite Lounge is hosting a NYE Bash with DJ SoulBastards. The cover-free evening is strictly soul and comes with a free champagne toast at 12 a.m.

 

A few blocks south, Proper on Magnolia is hosting its own free event. Ringing in the New Year features special drinks, champagne toast and Phil’s “good luck peas.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

All signs point to the weekend. 👈🏼 #miracleincowtown #christmas #cocktail #getlit #miraclepopupbar

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Wherever you choose to celebrate with friends and family, remember that the only thing more important than picking a great place to party is planning ahead for a safe way to travel.