Cheers to 2019! Where to Celebrate the New Year in the Coachella Valley

It’s that time of year once again. Time to tie a bow on the Holiday season, say goodbye to 2018 and welcome 2019 with a bang. If you are visiting Aqua Soleil and wondering where to ring in the New Year look no further. We have rounded up a few of the most anticipated celebrations from Palm Springs to Coachella.


Draughtsman, a local favorite for great beer, gastropub bites, and live music is hosting an all-inclusive celebration to make your evening as carefree as possible. Tickets will include multiple food stations, open bar, live music, a midnight countdown, and champagne toast. Tickets are $110 per person. Check out more here.

Del Rey at Villa Royale

Del Rey at Villa Royale will be hosting an adults-only cocktail club in their newly renovated restaurant. Guests will enjoy an experience bringing together guest bartenders from Palm Springs, San Diego, and Portland. For $75 guests will enjoy three cocktails plus a champagne toast. Learn more here.

New Year, New High

New Year, New High at the Rowan Palm Springs will provide guests the only rooftop NYE celebration in the desert. Guests will dance under the stars to the sounds of The Gand Band and sip champagne at midnight. Tickets are $50. See more here.

Photo from The Rowan

Spa Casino

Each year the Spa Casino hosts the largest free New Years Eve celebration and block party. This year will feature the sounds of Rockin’ 80s, dozens of food trucks, and activities for the whole family (yup, this one is all ages!). The evening will culminate with a midnight fireworks show! More info here.

Photo from Palm Springs Life

Aqua Caliente Resort

Aqua Caliente Resort will also ring in 2019 with the sounds of the 80s and plenty of food and drinks. The complimentary celebration will take place on the casino floor complete with free party favors and a DJ. For $35 you can enjoy the sounds of Pop Vinyl, a seven-piece dance band. Check out more here.

Written by Nicole Bowen of The Darling Niki

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