There are of course lots of New Year’s Eve parties and events going on in Bend tomorrow night, so I thought I’d try to compile a list of the prominent ones I can find. If you know of any others, leave a comment!
McMenamins Old St. Francis School: Music starts at 9pm, and they are offering New Year’s Eve lodging packages as well. Two concerts are featured: Mosley Wotta in the Theater for $10 (hotel guests are free), and Eric Tollefson for free in Father Luke’s Room.
Silver Moon Brewing: They will be having a champagne toast at midnight, and live music featuring Empty Space Orchestra with Your Birthday and Oh Sugoi. Music starts at 9pm, and you can buy tickets online for $5, or they’ll cost $7 at the door.
The Wine Shop: They will be open until 2am on New Year’s Eve (opening at 11 in the morning), and you can be sure to find some bubbly available.
Common Table: They’ll be open from 7:30pm to 12:30am to ring in the New Year, and they’re offering a five-course, prix fixe menu for $39.75 that includes wine, a champagne toast, live music, a “midnight snack” of grilled cheese and tomato soup, and more.
Maverick’s Country Bar: They are having a Red Solo Cup New Year’s Party, starting at 8pm, with a free champagne toast at midnight. The party is free as well, and when you’re there, “pick a red solo cup above the bar to win a chance at free concert tickets, glassware, food, shirts, hats, and membership to the bar!”
The Century Center: The New Year’s Eve Bash kicks off at 8pm, featuring live music of Shannon Bex and The Show, with a full bar, beer from GoodLife Brewing, free hors d’oeuvres and desserts, a free champagne toast at midnight, and a cash balloon drop (that I guess you can win cash from?). Tickets are $35 and available at Powder House Ski shop.
Lava Lanes Bowling Alley: Power 94 is hosting the party with an “Early New Years” from 6:30 to 8:30pm and a “Late New Years” from 9:30 to 12:30am. The Early party costs $20 per person and is family-friendly with 2 hours of bowling, pizza, party favors, and arcade money. The Late party costs $25 per person and gets you 3 hours of bowling, DJ music, pizza and prizes.
Velvet: They are featuring a champagne toast and champagne drink specials, with music from DJ Byrne starting at 10pm. No cover charge.
The Horned Hand: Featuring bluegrass band The Pitchfork Revolution starting at 9pm, with special giveaways and prizes all night and a champagne toast at midnight. $10 at the door.
Deschutes Brewery: Up at the Mountain Room, they have Buckboard Murder Mysteries presenting “Murder on the Menu” from 6:30pm until 1am: for $70 you’ll get dinner, the show, dancing until midnight and (of course) a champagne toast.