Still don’t have plans for where to watch the ball drop? Here are five local parties to bring in 2017 right.
In no particular order:
You know they know how to throw down at O’Connor, and this year they’re partnering with the super talented Prowess Creative Consulting for what should be an unforgettable evening.
There is a party pass and a private dinner pass, but both come with heavy hors d’oeuvres, two drink tickets, and music all night from one of Virginia’s favorite DJs, New York based DJ FROXSTARR.
The team at Commonwealth is working on four one-time-only cask beers for the celebration. The food will have a distinctively New England flavor with Bite of Maine serving lobster and chowder.
Here’s a little from the musical guru who will be spinning all night, DJ Andhersin:
Work | Release consistently brings the goods, so you’ll be in safe NYE hands in the NEON District. The back lot will be open, with heaters, so you can toast to new beginnings under all the great public art on the block.
Performing will be Doddie, Jong Lohns, and the incredible Gull. Check him out:
The dress code suggestion is funeral attire, so put on your best black and get ready to “close the casket on our biggest losses, trials, and tribulations.”
Last year’s NYE party at Norfolk’s legit’est punk club sold out, so expect another banger this year. Performing will be local legends The Bartones.
A class VB tradition, this year’s party will feature DJ CanRock on the patio, DJ FAYO at the main bar, and Snackbar Jones in the Attic, so you’ll always have options when you need to switch up your vibe.
If you decide to party at home, Waterman’s will be able to help with that new year hangover. They’re open for brunch 9am to 2pm on the first.
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If you want an activist kinda NYE, you’ll be into New Year’s Eve Noise Demo at the corner of City Hall and St. Paul’s
and, last but certainly not least, our pals at Toast always have the bubbly flowing and the fires lit.