How places around Colorado are celebrating New Year’s Eve during COVID-19

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DENVER (KDVR) — Here’s a look at New Year’s Eve fireworks and celebrations around Colorado during the pandemic.

  • Aspen – Hoping to have fireworks
  • Copper Mountain – Will not hold New Year’s Eve celebrations this season.
  • Denver – No New Year’s Eve fireworks to ring in 2021.
  • Evergreen – Evergreen Chamber of Commerce is working on fireworks at the lake, the date has not been announced. Evergreen Downtown Business Association planning month-long event with family-friendly holiday activities, entertainers and musicians.
  • Fort Collins – First Night event will not happen this year.
  • Glenwood Springs – Fireworks display at 10 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. Masks and social distancing are required.
  • Loveland – No fireworks this year.
  • Monarch Mountain – No event this year.
  • Salida – City of Salida and Salida Business Alliance in town event is still on, but no date has been announced.
  • Westminster – No New Year’s Eve celebration or fireworks.

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