Photos: St. Louis New Year's Eve Parties at Off Broadway, Home Nightclub and the Skatium

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Happy New Year. A bit hungover, you might be. RFT night life photographers were out last night at Off Broadway's New Year's Eve Party, the glitzy Masquerade Ball at Home Nightclub and the gritty Skatium in Lemay for "Dance Fiasco."

Here's a recap of our NYE nightlife coverage, in photos:
- New Year's Eve Party at Off Broadway
- Masquerade Ball at Home Nightclub
- Dance Fiasco at the Skatium

Members of Nebula Funk Orchestra/Just Mike march out from the balcony at Off Broadway around 9 p.m. toward the stage to begin the show last night at Off Broadway. See more photos here. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE
  • Photo: Nick Schnelle
  • Members of Nebula Funk Orchestra/Just Mike march out from the balcony at Off Broadway around 9 p.m. toward the stage to begin the show last night at Off Broadway. See more photos here.

The Nebula Funk Orchestra/Just Mike last night at Off Broadway's New Year's Eve Party. See more photos from last night. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE

The DJ's of "Dance Fiasco," a collaboration of local DJ's on New Year's Eve at the Skatium. See more photos from the Skatium. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE
The stroke of midnight at Home Nightclub. See more photos from last night. - PHOTO: EGAN O'KEEFE
"Dance Fiasco" last night at the Skatium. See more photos from last night. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE


DJ's Deception and Jay E last night at Home Nightclub in St. Charles. See more photos from last night. - PHOTO: EGAN O'KEEFE
The Monads start their set around 11:20 p.m. last night at Off Broadway. See more photos from last night. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE
An overhead view of Jason Kanzler, AKA DJ DEADasDISCO, last night at Dance Fiasco at the Skatium. See more photos from the Skatium here. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE
Revelers last night at Home Nightclub for the its Masquerade Ball. See more photos from Home Nightclub. - PHOTO: EGAN O'KEEFE
Fattback begins its set at 10:10 p.m. at Off Broadway last night. See more photos from Off Broadway. - PHOTO: NICK SCHNELLE

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