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Head to one of these alumni bars to watch the games with no cover charge.

Bid farewell to 2016 with Elvis, fireworks, bluegrass and hip-hop concerts, and welcome 2017 with brunch and hockey.

These bars will be open without cover charges or the need to call ahead. Just remember to show up early if you want a seat.

You don't have to break the bank for pricey all-inclusive packages to ring in 2017. Try these places instead.

Frolic on New Year's Eve with food and fireworks, then slide into 2016 with magic, music, comedy and much more.

Skip the fancy open bars in favor of low-key events with DJs and special drinks.

Celebrate New Year's Eve, get out of the house on Jan. 1 and convince Kevin Durant to come to D.C.

Don't want to drop a lot of cash on New Year's Eve? Try these free or low-cost parties.

The winningly eclectic DJ duo, which hasn't performed since 2006, will take over Little Miss Whiskey's.

Ring in 2015 with bands, buffets and black-tie parties

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