Mac & Mac's Pick: Never Ending Party

By WEEK Reporter

January 5, 2012 Updated Oct 26, 2013 at 2:26 AM CDT

In fact, everyday is New Year's Eve at a Russian Nightclub.

The night club "Purga" has been celebrating the beginning of the year everyday for almost ten years.

Three local artists opened the club in 2002, and it's become a popular spot.

The club can hold a maximum of 100 people, so revelers have to reserve a table at least a week in advance.

Aside from the bar, costumes and Christmas decorations, the club has entertainers who get the crowd involved in funny contests.

"Purga" has everything for the traditional Russian New Years eve...champagne, the national anthem at midnight and even a rendition of Vladimir Putin's new year address...which is sort of the Russian version of "Auld Lang Syne".