New Year’s Eve

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Does anybody have information about events going on for New Year’s Eve in Great Falls? If so, drop a note in the comments and let people know – very much appreciated! I’ll update this list as I find more events…and keep it posted at the top until Sunday night.

(via Chuck in the comments) The Best Western Heritage Inn is hosting a New Year’s Eve soiree for about $20 a ticket; The “Swashbuckler’s New Year’s Eve” party includes food, drink and live music by the Juke Box Band at 8 p.m. in the Heritage Inn. Call 761-1900 for more details.

(via Lively Times) Torchlight Parade and Fireworks @ Showdown Ski Area; call 800-433-0022 for more information.

Machinery Row: 09:30 PM to 11:30 PM – Cold Hard Cash, a Johnny Cash tribute band, is going to rock in the New Year. Call 452-5462 for more information.

Good Time Charlie’s (and the R&R Casino) usually has a good party lined up; this year there will be karaoke to get everyone ready for the new year. Call 452-8433 for more details.

Black Eagle Community Center: spaghetti dinner and beer from 6:30 to 8 p.m. From 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., live music from local fave the 49th Street Blues Project. Tickets cost $20 each or $30 per couple at the door or by calling 453-4736 or 781-7241.

UPDATE: In the comments, Mike wanted to know if he could catch “Cold Hard Cash” in another venue…I don’t know, but the band has a pretty nifty MySpace page that might help!



  1. Heritage Inn is hosting a New Year’s Eve soiree for about $20 a ticket; I’m originally from the East Coast (Virginia/DC area), and so that sounds like quite a bargain, to me!

    I’m sure Danielle, or any of the other helpful front desk people can answer any questions you have when you call 761.1900, okay?

    Happy New Year!

  2. Went down to Machinery Row to see ‘Cold Hard Cash’ on New Years Eve and in the infrequent moments when the sound system wasn’t having a duel with the basement accoustics, their tribute to John R. was so well-done you could almost close your eyes and think the man in black himself was up there doing his thing. But unfortunately I just couldn’t handle the buzzing, humming and hissing and had to leave early, hoping I’d be able to catch their show another time soon in a different location. I wonder if anyone out there knows if they might be playing in such a place not too far away?

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