Frankenstein’s Ball is the immersive theater party that you never knew you needed. The lines between party and play are blurred as attendees become a part of the production, a 19th-century drama about Mary Shelley, the famed author of Frankenstein. A night of games, drinks, and entertainment awaits.
Ten of the city’s most promising comedians are coming to the Laughing Skull Lounge for an evening of nonstop laughs, with each jokester trying to get their best material off within a span of 10 minutes. Keeping in line with the holiday festivities, the final show at 10:30pm offers complimentary champagne to commemorate the arrival of the New Year.
ARNETTE’S Chop Shop is hosting a dinner and disco extraordinaire. Starting at 5:30pm, you can enjoy a delicious steak or seafood dinner before moving outdoors to the illuminated infinity dance floor around 11:30pm. While dinner reservations are recommended, feel free to just show up to the party, ready to boogie until the disco ball drops at midnight.
Cost: Free entry
Return to the Georgia Freight Depot for a New Year’s celebration rooted in brews. The latest installment of Atlanta Brew Year’s Eve boasts a five-hour open bar, live DJs, and party favors for a pocket-friendly price. Sure, there are lavish VIP options, but a general admission ticket still gives you access to a nice selection of beers, reds, and whites to guzzle while you count down to 2020.