If luxurious living is your thing, we may have found the party for you.
“Melissa Poe from Big Rich Texas is one of the hosts for this event , and with her and her girlfriends they got together, and they wanted to throw a fabulous New Year`s Eve party,” said I Group Events promoter Obi Ibeto.
A 20,000 square foot North Dallas home will play host to the 'Mystique at the Mansion' black tie ball.
For tickets starting at $100, guests can enjoy a different theme each room, catering by Wolfgang Puck, and an open bar.
“There`s only a limited number of tickets available to the public, most of the invites were private invite only, but we`ve opened up a few to the public,” said Ibeto.
If it's a hotel feel you’re after, the CAAPCO party at the Omni Downtown Dallas may be it.
Organizers say guests will hear performances from Boyz II Men and more.
“I can tell you that Doug E Fresh will be here. He`s a well- known hip-hop sensation,” said CAAPCO Dallas member Wil Murphy.
This will be the first New Year's bash at the new Omni location. Tickets start at $99 dollars and include heavy h'orderves and a champagne toast.
“We want a red carpet, high, after 5 event where people can come out and have a good time,” said Murphy.
If you're looking to stay in the suburbs, NYLO Hotels has two options for you.
“They don`t have to drive all the way into downtown. It` something close to home,” said NYLO Hotels Group Sales Manager Marisol Lopez.
They're Plano location will host a New York themed bash with open bar. In Las Colinas, it's all about being fashion forward.
“In Las Colinas we do have a runway fashion type theme. We`re going to have an actually runway set up for our guests to come down, photographers shooting photos coming down the runway,” said Lopez.
There's no doubt DFW plans to do New Year's up Big.
“Not very often that people get the opportunity to attend an event at a $20-million-dollar mansion,” said Ibeto.