It’s almost time to ring in the new year! And if you’re going to be in Huntsville, Alabama you have plenty of fun options to celebrate New Year’s Eve. There will be plenty of time later to practice writing 2015!
Guide to Celebrating 2014 New Year’s Eve in Huntsville
We’ve made it easy to make your New Year’s Eve 2014 plans. Happy celebrating!
Skating in the Park
Time: 4 pm-1 am
Location: Big Spring Park, behind the Huntsville Museum of Art
Cost: $10 ages 9 & up, $5 ages 8 & under to skate and $3 to rent skates ($5 scooter rental)
About: A fun way to ring in 2015 with your family! Read about Skating in the Park.
Terrame Rockets into 2015
Time: 6 pm – 12 am
Location: Big Spring Park
About: Terrame Rockets into 2015 benefiting Operation Green Team. Enjoy prizes, music, and more. Bring your chairs and blankets to countdown and enjoy fireworks at midnight!
A Killer Beaz New Year’s Eve
Time: 7 pm & 10 pm
Location: Von Braun Center East Hall
Cost: Tickets are $25 at 7 pm & $38.50 at 10 pm
Tickets: Available through the Killer Beaz website
About: Shows include comedy and party favors, featuring Warner Bros. Recording Artist Comedian Killer Beaz along with feature Mary Asher and opening act Patrick Thomas. The 10pm show will countdown to midnight- stick around for the after party and dancing into the New Year!
“Music from the Mad Men Era,” starring Steve Lippia presented by Huntsville Symphony Orchestra
Time: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Location: Mark C. Smith Concert Hall, Von Braun Center
Cost: Tickets are $25 – $68 depending on seat location
Tickets: Available through the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra Website
About: Sit back and reminisce as you enjoy the songs of the era when Huntsville was truly a boom town, the world was racing toward the moon, and a generation of crooners ushered in a new wave of music. This evening will delight you and set the stage for a joyous and Happy New Year!
Have Yourself a Jazzy Little New Year
+Time: 8 pm
Location: Huntsville Museum of Art
Cost: $55 and up
About: Featuring celebrated jazz keyboardist and composer, Brian Simpson who will perform at the Huntsville Museum of Art in Spencer Hall as part of an evening of food, fellowship, and fundraising. Also enjoy soloist Eugene Fleming, a veteran of such Broadway performances that include: “Dreamgirls,” “Fosse,” and “The Wiz.”
Grille 29 New Year’s Eve Party
Time: 10 pm-1:30 am
Location: Grille 29
Cost: $99.99 person
Tickets: Available through the Grille 29 website
Champagne Toast: Yes
About: Ring in 2015 at Grille 29 with complimentary beverages, free flowing champagne, hors d’oeuvres, DJ Pauli G, music and dancing all night, and party favors.
Bars & Breweries
Looking for something a bit more low key? Many of Huntsville’s bars will be open and offering up live music.
Here’s what we know so far:
- Funky New Year’s Eve Party with DiscOasis & Dawn Osborne Band @ Straight to Ale
- New Year’s Eve Party with Swinging Dixie @ Jefferson Street Pub
- New Year’s Eve Celebration with FD/DC @ Furniture Factory
- New Year’s Eve Celebration @ Sammy T’s Music Hall
- Real Deal @ LeeAnn’s
- Dave Anderson @ Voodoo Lounge
- New Year’s with Blood River & 5 o’clock Charlie @ Sports Page Lounge
- New Years Eve with Microwave Dave and the Nukes @ Bandito Southside
Special Noon Celebrations
New Year’s Eve at Noon
Time: 9 am – 1 pm
Cost: Included in Sci-Quest admission
About: Ring in 2015 with a rockin’ fun-filled New Year’s Eve party at Sci-Quest! Guests can look forward to decorating party hats and creating sparkly art projects. At Noon, there will be an apple juice toast and balloon drop!
Noon Year’s Eve!
Time: 11 am – 1 pm
Location: Pump It Up
Cost: $7 per child
About: Let the kids ring in the New Year with their own special Countdown at noon! After the countdown, we will go GLOW!
Know of a Huntsville New Year’s Eve Celebration that’s not on this list? Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.