New Year's Eve 2013 in Albuquerque
Located on the Rio Grande River near the center of the state, Albuquerque, New Mexico’s largest city, has many attractions that will fascinate tourists. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center located north of the town gives visitors an insight into the history and culture of the Pueblo Indians and other Native American tribes in this region of the United States. Every April, the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque hosts the largest Native American powwow in North America. The weekend festival attracts more than 2,000 American Indian dancers, drummers and singers of different tribes. In October the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta takes place. This colorful nine days event attracts hundreds of balloons from all over. Other nearby attractions includes the Petroglyph National Monument in the western outskirts of the city. Whether you are looking for a party scene full of revelers or a more romantic space to share a midnight Champagne toast with someone special on New Year’s Eve 2013, the city of Albuquerque offers a wide variety of choices.
O'Niell’s Irish Pub will usher in 2013 with a Dublin Toast. There will be free giveaways, live bagpipers and step dancers, and drink specials. Guinness is always on tap. Ring in the New Year in either the Cellar Bar or the main dining room of Nob Hill. The Cellar Bar offers a prix fixe dinner with jazz music. You can have dinner at either the Corn Maiden or Santa Ana Cafe, followed by entertainment, a champagne toast and confetti drop at midnight to ring in the New Year. The celebrations in Santa Ana Star Casino begin at noon with live entertainment, sparkling cider and party favors. The casino features drawings, prizes and contests and live entertainment throughout the night. Route 66 Casino offers five different theaters, each with live entertainment. Choose one or get in to all five with an all-access pass.