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How to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Penticton

Plenty of events in the South Okanagan for New Year’s Eve

Looking for ways to ring in the new year? Here’s what’s going on in Penticton on Dec. 31, broken down by location!

Barley Mill Pub

Rock into the new year at the Barley Mill Pub, located at 2460 Skaha Lake Rd. The evening will feature music from the Hillside Outlaws, a 3-course dinner and a champagne toast at midnight. Tickets are $25 for the event or $65 for the dinner. For more information, click here.

Copper Mug Pub

Take in NYE at the Copper Mug Pub, located at 1301 Main St., and enjoy a three-course dinner. Also included with the $25 tickets is DJ music with James, party favours and a midnight toast. For more information, click here.

Clancy’s Pub and Grill

Ring in the New Year at Clancy’s who are offering dinner specials and complimentary champagne. Drink specials. No Cover.

Craft Corner Kitchen

The Craft Corner Kitchen, located at 557 Main St., is hosting a New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball. The event will feature two live DJs, live burlesque dancers, belly dancing, and a prohibition-style scotch and cigar lounge. Attendees can bring their own mask or use the one provided upon entry. Champagne and snacks at midnight are included in the cost of your ticket. The event will run from 8:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. and tickets are $50 each. For more information, click here.

Dream Café

Enjoy a blast from the past with Rann Berry’s Time Machine, taking music lovers back to the 60s, 70s and 80s at the Dream Café for a rocking New Year’s Eve. Located at 67 Colourful Front St., Guests will hear hits from The Beatles, The Monkees, The Who, Free, Duran Duran and much more. This event features a three-course dinner (with vegetarian options) and bubbly at midnight. Tickets are $100 each. For more information, click here.

Firehall Brewery

The Old Year’s Even party featuring Masterblaster and Magic Milan with guests Little G and Sandy at the Firehall Brewery in Oliver. Listen to vintage bass, electro swing, bluegrass hop and funk music. $10 cover at the door. Vintage theme. Event runs from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Mile Zero Wine Bar

The Mile Zero Wine Bar, located at 200 Ellis St., has your 70s vinyl fix covered at it’s no-cover NYE event. Don’t be dazed and confused with $5 beers and highballs. For more information, click here.

Orchard House Theatre

Celebrate NYE with the Yard Katz at Orchard House Theatre, located at 157 Orchard Ave. The evening will feature entertainment from Fresh B.C. Talent performers Laura Close and Chloe Shea. Tickets are $68 plus service fees and include a catered meal, door prizes and a midnight toast. Doors open at 7 p.m. and proceeds will support the fifth annual performers’ workshop in the spring. For more information, click here.

Penticton Lakeside Resort

Have a ball at the Steal the Night NYE party at the Penticton Lakeside Resort east ballroom featuring Trilojay and special guests the Darlings Cabaret. Located at 21 Lakeshore Drive W, cocktail attire is strongly encouraged, with fireworks taking place at midnight. Tickets are $40 each and include a variety of food truck inspired foods. Tickets can be purchased online or at the front desk. For more information, click here.

Pirates Cove Beach House (3502 Skaha Lake Rd.)

Live music from Steel Toad with their new singer, Shayn Hagel. Midnight appies and champagne. Tickets are $25

TIME Winery

Ring in the new year with TIME Winery, located at 361 Martin St., and enjoy live music by Le Mo Nay. Tickets are $69 each and include a complimentary glass of wine or craft beer, late night appetizers by Chef AK Campbell, a midnight toast and a chef-attended oyster station. For more information, click here.

Summerland Legion

Spend New Year’s Eve rocking out with the Timbre Wolves. Tickets are $45 and includes a cold buffet at 10 p.m.

Naramata Heritage Inn and Spa

Celebrate New Year’s Eve at the 1908 Restaurant in the Naramata Heritage Inn. Tickets are $97 per person, which includes a complimentary glass of champagne at midnight. Live music and dancing with Kelowna’s The Band Without A Name. Event is from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. For more information visit www.eventbrite.ca.

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