How you are going to ring in the New Year? There are plenty of parties and celebrations across the Valley.
Four Peaks Brewing Company will present a fireworks display in Tempe near Mill Avenue and Sixth Street at midnight on Dec. 31. Organizers suggest residents view the display from Sixth Street Park.
The W Scottsdale Hotel is hosting an event called Goldmember — inspired by the Austin Powers franchise. The 2018 package includes two tickets to the Goldmember New Year’s Eve celebration and two cans of champagne as well as a late 3 p.m. room checkout.
At Talking Stick Resort, three separate parties will be a part of the festivities. There are two ticket packages to choose from and both include dinner and entertainment.
Phoenix’s Crescent Ballroom is hosting a block party on Third and Van Buren streets. Tickets range from $19 to $25.
If you are looking for a family friendly event:
The Phoenix Zoo has a different take on its New Year’s Eve party. The zoo plans to bring 30 tons of snow to the area along with a bounce house for children. There will be live music, dancing and games. The event runs from 9 a.m. to noon.
Dave and Busters New Year’s Eve event is offering two ticket packages that include food and game cards.
Mesa’s Golfland Sunsplash will open at 6 p.m. for a night of unlimited video games, race cars, mini golf and laser tag. Tickets start at $21.99.