Dream Entertainment Group takes over the top floors of the Grand Hyatt for New Year's Eve

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Dream Entertainment Group is taking over the 37th and 38th floors of the Pinnacle Club in the Grand Hyatt for the conglomerate's New Year's Eve celebrations. Featuring the sounds of Future Jazz Project, DJ Low Key, and DJ Ktone in several of the floor's intricate ballrooms, organizers say this is the only way to usher in 2012 with style and grace.

The goal, they say, is to provide premium entertainment to those looking for something upscale and snazzy to do for New Year's Eve, adding that it's the best choice forthe holiday because of its unique location, entertainment and view of the fireworks from the 16th St. Mall and Coors Field. In addition, guests won't have to wait in long lines and won't be stuffed into overcrowded ballrooms with thousands of others.

Capitol Peak, the main ballroom, will feature DJ Ktone, who will showcase his creative mixing and scratching skills for the crowd, while the Crystal Peak ballroom will house Future Jazz Project, with its intricate instrumental offerings.

On the 37th floor, in the Pyramid Peak Ball Room, DJ Low Key will turn it out with rare grooves and live sounds. The penthouse celebration will be the place to party for 700 of Denver's socialites and party people. There are 500 general-admission tickets available and 200 VIP.

More ticket and reservation information is available here.

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