One of the Twin Cities’ longest running New Year’s Eve events is the annual NYEMPLS party. Every year is a new theme, put together by some of MN’s hottest and best promoters. This is a cool event hosted by experienced event promoters and a local modelling agency, so you know it’s gonna be a good time.
Also, The Hyatt Regency in Minneapilis recently underwent a $50 Million renovation, so I’m personally excited to check out this stunning venue the largest meeting and event space of any hotel in Minneapolis; the set for this year’s New Year’s Eve party.
Check out the video from last year’s Studio 54-Themed event:
NYEMPLS 2017: Black & White Ball
Hyatt Regency Hotel
3 Rooms of Disco, Funk, Soul, and House Music
This is a New Year’s Party to dress to impress for! Definitely one of Minnesota’s biggest New Year’s experiences, with over 1500 guests expected in attendance.
Themed after renowned writer Truman Capote’s 1966 “Black and White Ball” in New York City’s Plaza Hotel. This party promises to be a period piece reflecting back to this mid-century modern era.
An impressive local DJ lineup includes 3 rooms of disco, dance, funk, top 40, old school, house and soul. Some of the city’s best and most popular DJ’s are booked for this party, including:
- Brother Jules (of KMOJ & Prince)
- Chuck Love (World-reknown House DJ & Producer)
- Strangelove (Techno/EDM)
- DJ King Otto (Twin Cities HipHop promoter)
General Admission: includes access to all the dance floors, decor, and party!
VIP: Splurge with a VIP package. For $35 more you get complimentary coat check and a glass of champagne on arrival.
- $40 General Admission
- $75 VIP