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  • Star of Texas Tattoo Art Revival

    17th Annual Star of Texas Tattoo Art Revival! Over 300 artists from around the world, plus thousands of fans will converge at the Palmer Event Center for Texas' largest art and tattoo event on January 18-20, 2019
    Fri.-Sun. Jan. 18-20  
    Palmer Events Center
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  • Film

    Special Screenings

    2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

    70mm Restoration: New 70mm restoration of Stanley Kubrick's sci-fi opus.
    Mon., Dec. 31, 6:00  
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    37th Street Lights

    This is how Austin does holiday lights. This yearslong tradition took a hiatus, but it's back this year and it's weirder than ever.
    Through Jan. 5. Free.  
    505 W. 37th, across from Amy's Ice Creams on Guadalupe
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    90s-Themed New Year's Eve Party

    This party promises a "bangin’ playlist," a balloon drop, and specialty sparkling punch. For extra bragging rights, dress in era-appropriate threads.
    Mon., Dec. 31, 9pm. Free.  
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    A Pink Armadillo New Year

    It's a Texas twist on the dancing "Pink Elephants on Parade" in Dumbo. Enjoy tunes by DJ Markus and a complimentary champagne toast at midnight from the hotel's legendary champagne tower.
    Mon., Dec. 31, 8pm. Free.
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    A Red Carpet New Year's Eve

    Join the Austin Swing Syndicate for an NYE party with an Old Hollywood glam theme. There will be a cash bar, apps & dessert, a selfie station, live music by Dan Walton & His Orchestra, and a champagne toast at midnight. Dance lessons start at 8pm before the band.
    Mon., Dec. 31, 7:30pm. $50.  
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    A Very Austin NYE on the Downtown Library Rooftop

    Enjoy breathtaking views of Downtown and Lady Bird Lake, and take in the fireworks from the very front row; plus sets from Walker Lukens and DJ Son Fjord, food from your favorite Austin restaurants, and an open bar.
    Mon., Dec. 31, 9pm. $150 (VIP available).

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