Ring in the New Year: Places, parties in Williamson County to celebrate New Year's Eve

Urban Sadhoos will put on a Bollywood-themed New Year’s Eve gala in the Liberty Hall at The Factory at Franklin. (Courtesy Urban Sadhoos)
Urban Sadhoos will put on a Bollywood-themed New Year’s Eve gala in the Liberty Hall at The Factory at Franklin. (Courtesy Urban Sadhoos)

Urban Sadhoos will put on a Bollywood-themed New Year’s Eve gala in the Liberty Hall at The Factory at Franklin. (Courtesy Urban Sadhoos)

From Bollywood-themed events to Roaring 20’s parties, there are several New Year’s Eve celebrations happening around Williamson County on Dec. 31 where residents can ring in the New Year.

The Factory at Franklin

Urban Sadhoos will put on a Bollywood-themed New Year’s Eve gala in the Liberty Hall at The Factory at Franklin, complete with drinks, live music, a buffet and a champagne toast at midnight. 8 p.m.-1 a.m. $30-$59. 230 Franklin Road, Franklin. 615-933-9956. www.urbansadhoos.com

Kings Dining & Entertainment

King’s in Franklin will host Roaring into 2020, a “Great Gatsby”-themed New Year’s party. Tickets for the event will allow for access to a buffet, unlimited gaming, one specialty cocktail, a live DJ and dancing. 9 p.m.-2 a.m. $50.52-$56.64. 1910 Galleria Blvd., Franklin. 844-683-4500. www.kings-de.com


Nashville Swing Dance Club

The Nashville Swing Dance Club will have a New Year’s party at the Franklin Marriott located in Cool Springs. The event will include a buffet dinner, a cash bar, a free champagne toast, music and dancing. 7 p.m.-1 a.m. $120 (members), $130 (guests). 700 Cool Springs Blvd., Franklin. 615-310-4419. www.nashvilleswingdanceclub.com

Pucket’s Gro. & Restaurant

Puckett's in downtown Franklin will offer a limited menu on New Year’s Eve, with shows by Southern rock band Smith & Gone at 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Entree options for the evening include prime rib, fried catfish, meatloaf or a vegetable-stuffed pepper. Reservations for both seatings are being accepted by phone at 615-794-5527. $15-$25. 120 4th Ave. S., Franklin. www.puckettsgro.com


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