Cold temps didn’t keep away Asheville New Years Eve party goers

The Aloft hotel welcomes people with a happy new year sign.

Chilly night time temps didn’t keep the party goers at bay last night as libations flowed, DJs and bands performed, and people celebrated as the clock struck midnight in Asheville.

Revelers rang in the new year in style for Brother Wolf Animal Rescue’s masquerade fundraiser at Celine and Company. In typical Brother Wolf style, people were able to bid on art pieces and other items to benefit the efforts of the rescue.

Dancing to the music Masquerade Bidding on items

 

One World Brewing Brewing held a prohibition party complete with swing music and 1920s attire.

Spinning during the prohibition party at One World.
Spinning during the prohibition party at One World.
Serving up tasty beverages.
Serving up tasty beverages at One World.
Timo's House had their large dancefloor ready to go with a DJ.
Timo’s House had their large dancefloor ready to go with a DJ.
Keeping it low key and classy at Aloft.
Keeping it low key and classy at Aloft.
Tenperatures dropped into the 20s, but that didn't keep people from partying.
Tenperatures dropped into the 20s, but that didn’t keep people from partying.
New Years Eve party goers making their way to their destinations.
New Years Eve party goers making their way to their destinations.
The upstairs bar at Barley's.
The upstairs bar at Barley’s.
Barley's got jam packed early with diners.
Barley’s got jam packed early with diners.

 

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About Pat Barcas
Pat is a photojournalist and writer who moved to Asheville in 2014. He previously worked for a labor and social rights advocacy newspaper in Chicago. Email him at pbarcas@gmail.com. Follow me @pbarcas

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