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The year 2020 is finally nearing its end and that’s certainly something worth celebrating. Fortunately, there are plenty of fun activities taking place in Dallas to commemorate the event. Check out this guide to our four top picks.

Annual Brew Year’s Eve Party

Many people think Champagne when they think New Year’s Eve, but maybe they just haven’t yet tried toasting with beer. There’s no better place to give it a shot than a brewery, so why not ring in the New Year at Union Bear Brewing Co.

New Year’s Eve With The Rich Girls

Love Hall & Oates and stuff that’s free? This concert and party at The Rustic has a little of both: The Rich Girls is a H&O cover band and entry is free. Bring money, though, for food and booze – you’re going to need something to toast with! Oh, and be sure to RSVP. There will be limited entry due to COVID precautions.

TRUE Year’s Eve

Touting its upcoming event as the greatest New Year’s Eve celebration Dallas has ever seen, TRUE Kitchen + Kocktails’ end-of-the-year bash will take place in a 24,000-square-foot space to better facilitate social distancing. Performances will include Dru Hill featuring Smoke N Black Dragon, Carl Thomas, and RC & The Gritz. Tickets start at $125 and end at $10,000, and the party runs from 9 PM till 2 AM. Their $5,000 tickets have already sold out!

Dallas NYE Ball

One of Dallas’ largest annual New Year’s Eve parties, the Dallas NYE Ball is moving from its usual Crowne Plaza Dallas location to Sixty Five Hundred, a 15,500-square-foot event space near Dallas Love Field Airport. This year’s party will include a mix of DJs spinning a variety of genres, complimentary party favors and Champagne, multiple bars, a coat check, and more. Tickets start at $50 and the party goes from 8 PM ’till 2 AM.

For tips on saying goodbye to the year that must not be named, visit the Mosaic Dallas blog.