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Ring in 2019 on a musical note with these New Year’s Eve concerts

Super Sparkle will headline the Bartlett’s New Year’s Eve concert on Monday. (Jennifer DeBarros Photography)
Super Sparkle will headline the Bartlett’s New Year’s Eve concert on Monday. (Jennifer DeBarros Photography)

Dance your way into the new year at one of these New Year’s Eve concerts.

Rock fans should check out the Observatory, where Mini Murders, Laminates and Bad Motivator will perform before DJ Unifest rings in the new year with a live set.

This show is free.

If Motown is more your style, head to the House of Soul Omega for a show by Nu Jack City, the inaugural show in the remodeled space.

Tickets are $20 and are available through https://northwesttickets.com/events/motown-new-year.

“We’ve got Bruno Mars, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, those are some of our favorites,” Nu Jack City’s Max Daniels told the Spokesman-Review this summer. “But we have a big, wide range, a wide range of times in history. We do everything from AC/DC to Motown, country, Chris Stapleton. We do everything.”

Finally, Super Sparkles, which features members of Cathedral Pearls, Mama Doll, Scott Ryan, Windoe and Water Monster, will headline the Bartlett with local garage rock act BaLonely.

Super Sparkle’s Darrien Mack will also perform a DJ set to ring in 2019.

“Special guests, new merch and all the feels,” Super Sparkle wrote on Facebook.

Tickets are $20 and available through Eventbrite.

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