Arts & Events » Night and Day

What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?

Richmond really has no excuse to stay home.


1 comment
Carytown New Year's Eve will take place this year with the ball rising over top of the Byrd Theatre. The streets will not be closed and there will be no official police presence.

Manchester’s Art Works Gallery will be hosting a Drop The Ball New Year's Eve Party with hors d'oeuvres and live music.

The Camel celebrates the New Year with No BS! Brass Band and the Green Boys. $20-$25.

Jam band Papadosio performs a New Year’s Eve show at the National. Read more about the band here. $25-$30.

Richmond Triangle Players hosts "Ball Drop," a New Year's one-act cabaret starring Georgia Rogers Farmer and Chris Hester. $30-$50. Roger Carroll rings in the New Year at Bogart's in the Fan. 353-9280.

Ring in the new year to the other-Worldly grooves of Rattlemouth at Nile Ethiopian Restuarant. $10.

Siné Irish Pub will be celebrating the New Year two times – once at 7 p.m. (New Year’s in Ireland) and again at midnight. The night will also include live music and DJs. 649-7767.

The Hippodrome Theater hosts Skyfall RVA, a swanky black tie New Year’s event. $25-$250.

Baja Bean will be hosting a New Year's Eve Charity Benefit Bash with drinks, food and DJs that benefits People Helping People Global. $60-$70. 257-5445.

Head to Christ Ascension Episcopal Church for the New Year's Eve Big Band Dancing Party with Joe Enroughty and his Royal Virginians. $45. 264-9474.

Party with MoDebree with a New Year’s party at Enzo’s Italian Chophouse in Manakin-Sabot. 784-2962.

Jazz and funk group Plunky & Oneness ring in the New Year at Martini Kitchen and Bubble Bar. 254-4904.

Head to Balliceaux for the New Year’s Eve Blowout featuring local favorites Soul Power!, Michael Murphy, video projections by Dave Watkins and more. $3.