If you've got the $100 to throw around, the Labyrinth-themed costume party at Oddfellows Hall has an open bar AND a real labyrinth
We've got you covered. Just check out this handy widget; it will lead you to all of the best stuff happening in Seattle, not only on New Year's Eve, but every other day of the year, as well. And it's sortable; if you check out that list of genres on the right, and click on "more live music," you get all sorts of categories, including "all ages" and "free," which we think you'll find pretty useful.
However, there's one thing that isn't in there, but should be:
Hayride to Hell at the Highway 99 Blues Club, 8 p.m., $15
Rockabilly sweetheart Ruby Dee and her band the Snakehandlers left Seattle for Texas a good long while ago, but they've returned for this twangtastic New Year's Eve extravaganza (for good measure, they're also playing the Little Red Hen on January 1.) She performs along with local Celtpunkgrass band Wages of Sin and country comedians Purty Mouth. And there will be burlesque. Beat that, Dusty 45s! (Just kidding. Your New Year's Eve show at the Tractor will also be really fun.)