Ring in 2020 across North Kitsap

There are plenty of fun ways to ring in the new year across North Kitsap, here are just some of them.

You won’t need a plane ticket to Cuba to enjoy the Havana Nights New Year’s celebration at the Kiana Lodge in Poulsbo. The $80 per person tickets cover an excellent Cuban buffet and dinner, party favors and a glass of champagne to toast to the new year. Attendees must be 21 or older.

Similar to Kiana Lodge’s Havana Nights New Year’s bash, the Clearwater Casino in Suquamish and Point Casino in Kingston will also be hosting parties as well.

The Clearwater Casino‘s New Years’ Eve Bash kicks off at 9 p.m. at the Beach Rock Music and Sports Lounge. The night’s entertainment is a five-piece dance band called New Jack City, who will be playing high energy dance hits guaranteed to make partygoers move! Again this is a 21 and over party with tickets costing $25, which includes two free drink tickets and free party favors.

The sold-out show over in Kingston will see Party-goers enjoying a prime rib dinner from 6:30-8:30 p.m. with entertainment from 60’s rock band Magic Bus and classic rock band Spike and the Impalers all night long.

Back in Poulsbo, the Crabtree Kitchen and Bar will be putting their not-so-secret speakeasy to the test with a 1920’s themed party. Ring in 2020 with classic 1920’s cocktails, appetizers, music, dancing and a champagne toast at midnight. Then head on over to Chocmo for a breakfast buffet. Tickets for this Gatsby-Esque shindig are $100.

If you’re looking to add a little mystery to your new year head on over to Western Red Brewing where they will be hosting their third Murder Mystery New Year’s Eve Party. This year’s theme is “Death by Chocolate.” Again this is a 21 and over event where cocktail attire is encouraged but not required. The tickets are $75, the party begins at 9 p.m.

If solving a murder mystery is not your thing, head on over to the Slippery Pig to participate in some “surf & turf” trivia and then hit some high notes on the karaoke machine. Enjoy food and drink specials while watching the space needle light up for the New Year celebration.

As for New Years Day, if you’re feeling up to it, entrance is free at all Washington State Parks.

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