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Published December 31, 2012, 05:17 PM

Ways to celebrate New Years Eve in Fargo

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- Whether you're looking for a family night in, or a wild night out, you can still celebrate New Years Eve in style.

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- Whether you're looking for a family night in, or a wild night out, you can still celebrate New Years Eve in style.

We called bar after bar, tracking down the biggest event in town and the most unique. And if you're not ready for a night out, we've found ideas to make this a New Years to remember.

To prepare a perfect New Years Eve party, you've gotta have a plan.

How about a chilly celebration on the Rhombus Guys rooftop? This snow-covered patio will soon be clear, and servers will be dishing out hot cocoa and cider. And as long as this projector can handle the cold, it'll display the ball drop. A cutting contrast to the New Years Eve trivia, and piping hot pizza downstairs.

Dickmeyer: "Even though it's snowy and cold, we are North Dakotans. We can handle it, we all have jackets. As long as everyone comes prepared, it'll be a fun time to be up there for a little bit."

If you'd rather have a fun night in with the family, places like Party City have got you covered. For about a buck fifty each, you can have your children pick out any color balloon they want. And with a bag like this you hang it from the ceiling, and have a balloon drop."

"I'd do some silly string, some tiaras for the little kids.."

Party City says for less than 15 bucks,

" This one is fun for the kids ( 10 dollar box )

You can throw your own New Years bash. Party poppers and all.

Amsbaugh: "you just pull them. A little pop, a little confetti comes out, very easy to clean up."

Over at the Ramada, the set-up for a sensational celebration, 32 Below. It's the last show for one of the band's founding members. Not to bum out you 32 Below fans, but all 1200 tickets. Sold out, with the snap of a finger.

Aakre: "We've never pre-sold this many tickets before, and it's sold out now."

In the end, why not ring it in, in style. Cause let's face it:

Dickmeyer: "New Years only comes once a year."

And if you're looking for cheap drinks, the O-B has 12 cent taps, teas, and more. The prices jump after midnight. But only a smidge, sitting at 13 cents a drink.

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