The 2010’s have been a wild ride, but it’s time to kiss them goodbye and welcome in a whole new decade. In the last ten years we’ve welcomed the iPad and Gangnam Style, legalized same-sex marriage, had an absurdly long debate over the color of THAT dress (you know the one, it’s blue and black, it was always blue and black), and saw the first ever photograph of a black hole.
Creative Collective Members are celebrating NYE 2019 in style. Here’s some of what they’ve got to offer.
Disclaimer: this page will get updated with more events as they are added.
2019 New Year’s Eve Events North of Boston
Address: 32 Derby Square, Salem
Kick off the New Year at Old Town Hall, courtesy of Salem Main Streets and the City of Salem. LAUNCH!, Salem’s FREE family-friendly community event and countdown, returns for the 6th year to Old Town Hall from 4PM to 6PM. $5 Suggested Donation. This Family-friendly launch to kick off the New Years as a community includes hat making, photo booth, face painting, games and more! As always, there will be an early New Year’s Countdown right before 6PM!
Address: 288 Derby Street, Salem
Join Bambolina in celebrating 2019 in style. Chef Jonathan has created a five course menu degustation with available wine pairings.
Address: 12 School Street, Marblehead
For the second year, the Marblehead Little Theatre will host New Year’s Eve professional stand-up on Tuesday, December 31 with Boston-New York comedians Mark Riley, Jeff Koen, and Carolyn Riley for two shows, at 7 and 9 p.m. Beer and wine are included in the $30 ticket price.
Address: 18 Washington Square West, Salem
Don your best evening gown, toss on that top hat, and dance the night away with elegance from a past era in the Hawthorne Hotel’s Grand Ballroom at the Hawthorne Hotel’s Sinatra-Style New Year’s Eve Dinner & Dance with Michael Dutra & his 9-piece Strictly Sinatra Band!
Address: 286 Cabot Street, Beverly
Cost: Tickets starting at $40
Celebrate New Year’s at The Cabot with Boston’s best comedians: Steve Sweeney, Corey Rodrigues, and Tricia Auld.
Address: One East India Square, Salem
CinemaSalem will host its first-ever New Year’s Eve Comedy Night on Tuesday, December 31 with a double-headliner bill featuring Boston comedians Mark Scalia and Dave Rattigan, along with host Heather Peabody.
Address: 77 Main Street, Peabody
Join Granite Coast Brewing Co. for their New Year’s Eve Party! Tux, ball gown or jeans – come as you are! The party starts at 8:00pm and they’ll be releasing a NEW BEER!
Address: 209 Essex Street, Salem
Dress to Impress for Hotel Salem’s NYE Celebration. Tickets Include: Party Favors, Photo Booth, Champagne Toast at Midnight, Entertainment by DJ Zati one of Boston and the North Shores Best DJ’s. 21+
Address: 50 Saint Peter St., Salem
Cost: No Cover
Join Bit Bar Salem for some classic singing and dancing as they ring in 20XX. 21+
Address: 247 Essex Street, Salem
Hey there bluenose! Know your onions and don’t be a dewdropper and miss out on this hotsy-totsy sockdollager cause it’s gonna be the berries! Come get zozzled on giggle water and show ’em who the real Oliver Twist is at the Gulu Gulu Café’s 1920’s inspired NYE bash with musical guest Black Dog Brother!
Address: 240 Rantoul Street, Beverly
Join The Castle: A Board Game Café for a fun-filled evening. Your Ticket Price includes Midnight Toast (Champagne / Sparkling Cider), Passed hors d’oeuvres, Unlimited Gaming, and Raffle Prizes
Address: 90 Washington St., Salem
Ring in the New Year with a Retro New Year’s Eve party on December 31st at Koto in Salem. DJ Alvis & DJ Zombi (from Decade 80s Night) spin the best music from the 70s, 80s, and 90s to help usher in 2020! The fun starts at 9:30PM. $10 Cover Charge, 21+
Address: 22 Foster Street, Peabody
Spend New Year’s Eve with Peabody’s Black Box Theater for a mesmerizing night with R Rated Hypnotist Frank Santos Jr. Come out and laugh locally and spend New Year’s Eve in downtown Peabody!
Address: 87 Washington St., Salem
Calling all babes & birds, flappers, jazzbos and jellybeans – Put on your glad rags, get dolled up, and dance til your dogs bark. Opus is ringing in the (20)20’s Tfunk style!
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