Fireworks will illuminate the Denver sky on Dec. 31 as the city resumes large-scale New Year’s Eve celebrations.

The annual show, which took a hiatus in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, returns to enthrall crowds at the 16th Street Mall downtown, where DJs will be set up along the pedestrian corridor to add a soundtrack to the display, according to an announcement Wednesday. The city will light off fireworks twice – at 9 p.m. and midnight – and live music will fill the gap between the two shows.

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What better time to stop by and check out Night Lights Denver — a festive installation featuring dozens of custom, projection-mapped artworks on the Daniels & Fischer Tower — at 16th and Arapahoe streets. This year, the show is presented in 3-D and glasses are available at the 16th Street Mall.

While you’re on the mall looking for free holiday fun, don’t miss the Mile High Tree — a 110-foot-tall immersive art installation that enables viewers to experience a trippy synchronized light and music show from inside the tree — at 16th and Welton. The display is open 5-10 p.m. nightly through Jan. 1.

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