LIST: New Year's Eve events in the Tri-State - Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TV

LIST: New Year's Eve events in the Tri-State

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CINCINNATI (FOX19) - Grab the sparkles, sequins and noisemakers and get ready to party like it's 2015 at these New Year's Eve parties across the Tri-State.

Horseshoe Casino - 9 p.m. – 2 a.m. The First Midnight Party featuring DJ Taryn Manning will be located in The Pavilion at Horseshoe Cincinnati. Ring in the New Year with a champagne toast at midnight.

Music Hall and Cincinnati Pops! Join Pops Conductor John Morris Russell, with a special appearance by vocal sensation Storm Large in her Cincinnati debut. Festivities continue after the concert in Music Hall's Ballroom with a party featuring dinner by Funky's Catering and dancing to the sounds of Leroy Ellington and the E-Funk Band.

Mt. Adams Pavilion - Doors open at 8 p.m. $30 ticket ($40 at the door) includes party favors, champagne toast, complimentary hors d'oeuvres buffet.

Fountain Square - Enjoy music from DJ Tweet, wacky games and prizes, dance contests and more. Rozzi's famous fireworks will light the sky when the clock strikes midnight. Full bar service and drink specials available. Complimentary skating admission.

Bobby Mackey's – 9 p.m. Bobby Mackey and the Big Mac Band will play. No reservations needed.

BB Riverboats - Buffet, entertainment, a split of champagne at midnight, late night snack buffet, and party favors included.

Buzzard Bay Pub - Appetizers, champagne toasts, party favors, prizes and giveaways.  Live music from Stone Mountain Mafia.  $7 to get in. 

Funny Bone – See comedian Dave Landau perform twice on New Year's Eve. $20 for 7:30 p.m. show. $40 for 10 p.m. show. Ages 21 and up.

Go Bananas Comedy Club – 10 p.m. Laugh in the new year with club favorite Robert Hawkins. New Years Eve is always a great time at Go Bananas and this year is no exception. The Show Cheese and Veggie Plate Party Favors & Champagne Toast at Midnight.

Igby's – Music by DJ Ice Cold Tony. Tickets are $20 and admission is limited. Located in downtown Cincinnati.

The Lackman - No cover and $5 Bulleit cocktails at this OTR bar.

Mynt Martini – KISS 107 hosts the party with a balloon drop, champagne toast and exclusive VIP packages available. $25 tickets.

Newport Syndicate – 8 p.m. – 2 a.m. Music by the Rusty Griswolds and DJ Mark McFadden. Open bar, dinner buffet, champagne toast, party favors and late night appetizers. Tickets $90.

Obscura - $100 tickets includes unlimited classic cocktails, lite bites, and a champagne toast at midnight at this Walnut Street bar.

Perfect North - Ski, snowboard or snow tube until 1 a.m. Enjoy party favors and a DJ in the lodge. Watch ski instructors and ski patrol glide down the slopes in a torchlight parade and a fireworks display at midnight.

Turfway Park - Party with the Ponies: Tickets are available with our without buffet. Drinks included all night, living racing, party favors, champagne, balloon drop, light appetizers, DJ and The Danny Frazier Band.

Family-friendly events

Newport Aquarium - 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Kids' New Year's Eve Countdown is free with admission to the aquarium. There will be music, dancing, giveaways, hats, noisemakers and more inside the Shark Ray Bay Theater. At 5 p.m. Scuba Santa will make a special appearance to lead everyone in an early countdown to 2015.

Family New Year's Eve Celebration in Anderson Township - 4–7 p.m. Kick off the new year with music, games, crafts and more. Meet live animals, make balloon sculptures and enjoy magician John Louis. The ball drops at 7 p.m. to music by the Boylan Family Band. $5 per person (free for children under 2). Register by 12/28. Woodland Mound, 8250 Old Kellogg Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45255

Cincinnati Zoo - 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Enjoy a kid-friendly, early countdown before the ball drops. New Years activities will include shows of Winter Wonders by Madcap Puppet Theater, a meet and greet with Father Time and Baby ZOO Year and the Zoo will cap off all celebrations with an early countdown and fireworks.

Cincinnati Museum Center - Every hour, explore a different country and culture with music, games and crafts. 11 a.m.: Australia. Noon: Thailand. 1 p.m.: China. 2 p.m.: Pakistan. 3 p.m.: Russia 4 p.m.: South Africa. 5 p.m.: Israel

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