What to do what to do? You know you want to ring in the new year doing something fun, but where should you go?

There are a ton of really amazing places to celebrate a brand new year, but what will suit you the best? Should you go downtown, do something fun with the whole family, or stay warm at your favorite bar?

Here are our top five picks of fun NYE Events around the Treasure Valley.

 

  • 1

    Cowgirls in Kuna

    Don't feel like fighting the crowd's in Downtown Boise? Our friends from our sister station Wow Country 104.3 are hosting one of the best New Year's Party in the Treasure Valley at Cowgirls in Kuna. 

    It's a black and white party that kicks off at 6 p.m. with prizes, drink specials, and a midnight toast.

    353 Avenue East

    Kuna, ID 83634

  • 2

    Wahooz NYE Party

    Want to make it a family affair? You and the kids can head to Wahooz for their New Year's Eve Party from 5 p.m. - midnight.

    They'll have a countdown with a balloon drop and goodie bags too!

    Plus, you can get in to win FREE tickets HERE. 

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  • 3

    Owyhee Tavern NYE Party

    If you're looking for a great date night, this might be your event.

    The Owyhee Tavern NYE Party features:

    • Music by "The Big Wow Band"
    • Photo Booth for Memories
    • Champagne Toast at Midnight
    • Dress Code Enforced (Dressy Casual)
    • Dine Well & Party Big!

    Tickets are $42.60 each and does NOT include the price of dinner. You can purchase your ticket HERE. 

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  • 4

    Lounge on Fire at Tom Grainey's

    Get "funky" at Tom Grainey's for New Year's Eve. The band "Lounge on Fire" (popular at Alive After Five) will be performing all night in that awesome atmosphere of Tom Grainey's.

    Get your tickets to the event HERE. 

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  • 5

    Idaho Potato Drop

    Sure, New York has it's ball drop, but have you ever seen a humongous potato drop from the sky?

    If you've missed this in the past, it's a definite item on the to-do list.

    This year the celebration will take place at the Idaho State Capitol building. 

    You'll enjoy food trucks, beer gardens, and of course, entertainment.

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