They’ll be rocking hard on all three floors of the Hard Rock at the foot of Lower Broad, with multiple levels of VIP status available depending on your budget and how much of a baller you want to be. The Roaring '20s theme will flow throughout the building, and if you opt for the Super VIP Rooftop option, you’ll enjoy three hours of premium open bar while watching the craziness down below from a protected perch.
Cost: $125 and up
Black Rabbit always exudes a bit of a speakeasy vibe thanks to its location in a turn-of-the-century (19th century) building, and on NYE they are embracing their history with a full-on swanky fête. In addition to an oyster bar and heavy hors d'oeuvres, they’ll feature a roulette table and music from one of Nashville’s favorite party bands, The Willies.
That Jay Gatsby dude sure gets around on New Year’s Eve, but the luxurious Omni Nashville hotel is the only spot that claims to be his home base that night. They’re setting up party spots all over the hotel with multiple open bars, a VIP ballroom extravaganza, casino games, and '20s music to get you in the mood. Like at most of these events, the more you pay, the better access you’ll receive, so choose accordingly.
Cost: $99 and up
For those who want to celebrate at a hotel, because you never know what will happen…
There are so many soirees planned for boutique hotels and luxury properties all over town that we could never mention them all (or would you want to read them all… ) Depending on your desired neighborhood or budget, there’s something for everyone. If you’re planning to join in the fun downtown, check out the offers at the Fairlane, Noelle, L27 at the Westin, Bobby or Holston House. The Thompson in the Gulch has separate parties planned for their rooftop bar LA Jackson and their ground floor Marsh House. For a party in the ‘burbs, the lovely new Curio Collection property in downtown Franklin, The Harpeth would love to show off their new digs for the New Year at their “Bet on 2020” Casino Night.
For those you want to forget about 2019 at a special fine-dining opportunity…
There’s no better vantage point of downtown Nashville than from Bourbon Steak, high atop the JW Marriott. For a literally elevated NYE experience, make reservations for their “Shaken, not Stirred James Bond Affair.” Guests are expected to dress to impress for two seatings of dinner, the first at 5pm for early birds seeking a four-course dinner and an early bedtime followed by a more extensive five-course option at 7:30pm that will end in time for attendees to paint the town red before midnight.
Cost: $225 and up