Whether you're smooching someone special, going out on the town, or watching the ball drop over a glass of wine at home (no judgment), New Year's Eve is always a noteworthy night of the year. With the opportunity to reminisce and look forward to a clean slate, how could it not be?

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If you're still not sure how you want to ring in the new year, then you've come to the right place. According to ProMoverReviews.com, these are the best places to spend New Year's Eve in Colorado:

#1: The AdAmAn's Fireworks Show | Colorado Springs

The AdAmAn's Club is bringing its annual fireworks show back to Southern Colorado to close out 2021. At 9 p.m., the club will launch fireworks from the top of Pikes Peak.

If you stay up until midnight, you'll be able to see the fireworks finale — a tradition that the club has kept going for almost 100 years.

#2: New Year's Eve Fireworks | Denver

Don't want to drive all the way to Colorado Springs to see fireworks? Don't worry. Downtown Denver is ringing in the new year with its own fireworks shows at the 16th Street Mall.

The first show is at 9 p.m., while the second one is at midnight. According to the Downtown Denver Partnership, the shows will be synched to performances from live DJs.

#3: New Year's Eve Dinner Train | Cañon City

Cruise through Colorado's Royal Gorge with the Royal Gorge Route's annual New Year's Eve Dinner Train. According to the Royal Gorge Route Railroad, this year's dinner will feature Colorado prime rib, Pork Osso Bucco, and more.

You can also see the gorge up close with the train's open air car. Plus, guests in the First Class Dinner Train get to enjoy a free glass of sparkling wine.


Before New Year's, don't miss out on a Colorado Christmas. Check out this list of the most festive destinations in the Centennial State.

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