Can you believe Grand Junction is about to close out the calendar year of 2021?

It won't be long before people all over Colorado are ready to ring in 2022. If you skipped out on going out for New Year's in 2020, you may be ready to head out for some fireworks and a champagne toast. So are we!

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New Year's Eve Celebrations in Colorado

From concerts to torchlight parades there will be plenty to do in Colorado to ring in 2022. Here in Grand Junction, we will get to see the fireworks display up at Powderhorn Mountain for New Year's Eve. Delta, Telluride, Keystone, Crested Butte along with cities across the state are all ready to help say 'goodbye' to 2021.

Colorado Cities with Must-See Fireworks Displays for New Years Eve

Scroll through the photo gallery below to see a number of cities worth visiting for New Year's Eve in Colorado. From family-friendly events to big-time bashes in Denver, we have an event picked out for December 31st that will be just your style.

Know of a location that is not on the list? Let us know by using the app chat feature on our free station app and we will add it to the list of places to party!

10 Amazing Fireworks Displays to See on New Year's Eve in Colorado

A trip to any of these Colorado cities for New Year's Eve means you'll see one of the best fireworks shows around while you toast to 2022.

KEEP GOING: See Western Colorado's Best Light Displays for 2021

Residents throughout the area can be counted on to channel their inner Clark Griswold and string up hundreds of lights, fill inflatables and plug in the holographic projector.

LOOK: Colorado Covered in Snow in the 1940s & 1950s - Robert Grant Photos

Well, here it is December 20, 2021, and Grand Junction has no snow to speak of. Since we can't enjoy any snow at this moment, let's take a look back to Grand Junction and Western Colorado of the 1940s and 50s with these Robert Grant photos.

STILL MISSING: See Photos of 40 Colorado Cold Cases From the Past Decade

Scroll through the list of cold cases in Colorado dating back to 2011. While there are hundreds of open cases during the past ten years, this gallery includes all case files from the decade that included a valid photo.

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