Bring in the new year at these 7 New Year’s Eve parties across the Valley

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By Robert Gundran

December 26, 2023

It’s almost 2024! As New Year’s Eve approaches, it’s easy to not think about plans and decide what to do the night of.

Going out on holidays can be expensive, especially if you don’t have a game plan.

If you want to beat any lines and extra cover charges, here are six New Year’s Eve parties and events in and around Phoenix for you to check out as we close out 2023:


Ring in 2024 in The Showroom at Casino Arizona

524 N. 92nd St., Scottsdale
Starts at 9 p.m.

Casino Arizona is hosting a New Year’s Eve celebration in The Showroom, their music and entertainment venue.

Tickets are $60 ahead of time and $70 the day of. Each ticket comes with two drinks, a champagne toast, and party favors to celebrate the new year.

Each ticket comes with one entry to win a share of $2,000 at the event.

You can reserve tables for four people for $350 or six people for $500.

Unlike some of these other venues, Casino Arizona is open 24 hours a day, so you don’t have to leave shortly after midnight.


Decadence at Phoenix Raceway

7602 Jimmie Johnson Drive, Avondale
6 p.m.–3 a.m. Dec. 30 and 31

Decadence Arizona proudly proclaims itself “Arizona’s largest New Year’s Eve celebration.” It’s a yearly music festival featuring EDM and electronic music.

The event spans two days and leads into the new year on its second day.

Tickets start at $139 for Dec. 30, $169 for New Year’s Eve, and $249 for both days.

This year’s lineup features artists like Adventure Club, Steve Aoki, BONNIE X CLYDE, and Flux Pavilion.

Guests can pay extra for a private table with a better view of the show, but that’ll run from $3,500 to $7,000.


New Year’s Eve Party at Sanctuary Camelback Mountain

5700 E. McDonald Drive, Paradise Valley
10 p.m.–1 a.m. daily

If you’re interested in a more subdued affair, Sanctuary Camelback Mountain is hosting a New Year’s Eve Party at its Jade Bar.

Tickets start at $160 and come with a drink ticket and hor d’oeuvres.

Want some dinner before the party? The hotel restaurant, elements, has a five-course menu for $300 per person. It includes a champagne aperitif, a champagne toast for the new year celebration, and 50% off the New Year’s Eve party at Jade Bar.


Neon New Year’s at The Clarendon Hotel

401 W. Clarendon Ave., Phoenix
9 p.m.–1 a.m. Mondays through Thursdays

This New Year’s Eve party will take over multiple sections of The Clarendon Hotel and Spa.

The event spans from its Oasis Pool, with cabanas for up to six people you can reserve for $650, to the Skydeck, the hotel’s rooftop bar.

Tickets are $60 for general admission and $30 for hotel members.

Both the pool and rooftop will have live music and performances. Don’t forget, The Clarendon is also cannabis-friendly.


Phoenix NYE Bar Crawl

Starts at 1 N. First St., Phoenix
6 p.m.–2 a.m.

Check out these seven bars across downtown Phoenix on New Year’s Eve if you want to spend the night enjoying a bit of fresh air and the city.

A wristband gets you into each bar without a cover charge and access to their drink specials for the night. Each wristband is $20 or $60 for a four-pack.

The wristband gets you entry to:


New Year’s Eve Disco Bash at Pedal Haus Brewery

214 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix
9 p.m.–1 a.m.

Get into Pedal Haus at $6 per person if you buy a two-for-one ticket.

Tables for four, six, and eight are also available on the brewery’s rooftop. VIP tables come with party favors, a bottle or two of sparkling wine, and a charcuterie platter.

Pedal Haus’ New Year’s Eve party is disco-themed. A DJ will be playing disco classics the entire night, and a disco ball will drop as midnight approaches.


Sober New Year’s Bridgerton Queen’s Ball at Meraki Kava Bar

1601 E. Bell Road, Phoenix
8 p.m.–1 a.m.

Want to avoid alcohol this New Year’s Eve? Check out Sober New Year’s at Meraki Kava Bar.

The bar is hosting a Bridgerton-style ball with mocktails, snacks, and a DJ playing a mix of classical and modern music.

The event encourages Bridgerton cosplay, so come dressed in your best Regency-era attire.

Tickets are completely free, so reserve a spot before they run out. A ticket gets you a complimentary toast at midnight to celebrate the new year.


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  • Robert Gundran

    Robert Gundran grew up in the Southwest, spending equal time in the Valley and Southern California throughout his life. He graduated from Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism in 2018 and wrote for The Arizona Republic and The Orange County Register.



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