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Ringing in the New Year Over the Weekend

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New Year's Eve in Scottsdale Scottsdale's Old Town was celebration central as New Year's revelers flocked to the White House, Axis-Radius, The Firehouse, and various other nightspots to fete Auld Lang Syne...see photos

Epic Red Cup Massive Psycho Circus The freaks and geeks of Warsaw Pact Entertainment and Mourning Fyre celebrated New Year's Eve with a night of DJs, dancing, feats of skill, and aerial acrobatics at the Venue Scottsdale on Friday, December 31. Combining all the antics and action of a rave, Burning Man party, and circus sideshow, the outrageous affair sent 2010 out in surreal style...see photos

Scottsdale's Ultimate Block Party New Year's Eve Despite chilly 30 degree temperatures, rock fans and New Year's Eve revelers converged on Scottsdale's Craftsman Court Entertainment District to welcome in 2011 and witness performances by reggae-rock band Rx Bandits and local Poison tribute act Unskinny Bop...see photos

New Year's Eve at The Compound New Year's Eve got arty at The Compound in Tempe. Haven't been to the compound? Imagine a big old house with an even larger backyard full of local art and bonfires. Now imagine hundreds of Tempe citizens checking out said art and live music while trying to stay warm on one of the coldest days of 2010...see photos

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