Events, Lifestyle

Update: 7 of the best New Year’s Eve parties & events in Seattle

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So, you didn’t take us seriously when we first suggested the best events for New Year’s Eve in Seattle this year. Well hey, that’s ok! We’ve updated the original list with new prices and made sure all of these can still be attended.

No excuses this year, folks! Let’s celebrate New Year’s Eve in Seattle in style and ring in the roarin’ twenties properly.


NYE Bar Crawl

Why limit yourself to one bar when you can try them all? This bar crawl will grant you access to a variety of bars on New Year’s Eve, so you can browse around before deciding on where you want to be to ring in the new decade.

Where: Starts at Pike Pub
Cost: $25


This club is being taken over by the duo Gabriel and Dresden for a Gatsby-themed party. They’ve been at the upper echelon of DJ’s for close to two decades, so you know they’re bringing the noise.

Where: 2330 1st Avenue
Cost: $49 and up

Monkey Loft

This party has already sold out online, but a limited number of tickets will be available at the door. The main draw? A DJ set by Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, aka a member of electronic royalty.

Where: 2915 1st Avenue S
Cost: $60

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Major Venues


It’s a massive New Year’s bash going down at MoPOP, and you can join in with 2000 other people. Explore the museum, then head to the Sky Church to dance the night away.

Where: MoPOP
Cost: $109 and up

Resolution 2019

Adventure Club, Tchami, Knife Party and more are all set to play this huge NYE festival. Half New Year’s party, half EDM concert? Sure, sounds like a fun time to us.

Where: WAMU Theater
Cost: $107


Feeling swanky? Head to the W and grab the VIP tickets to enjoy two rooms of festivities. Plus, you’ll be entered to win a variety of prizes for the ball drop at midnight. Consider it an investment in your new high-flying lifestyle.

Where: W Seattle
Cost: $75

Special Events

One Night in Osaka

This event hosted at Adana is a ticket to the wide world of Japanese cuisine. We know ourselves, so we’re treating this is a an opportunity to indulge in some Japanese skewers before drinking way too much sake.

Where: Adana
Cost: $167

And that’s our round-up of the best parties for New Year’s Eve in Seattle! There are a ton of good options, so it might take us a second to pick our favorite. Good luck and have fun, folks!