Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice, and some say with copious alcohol-infused patrons dancing their hearts out to the tune of electronic jams. If you've been living under a rock for all of 2012, here's what's up: According to the Mesoamerican long count calendar, the world ends Friday, Dec. 21.
While any college history professor (or rational person, for that matter) might tell you why this idea is flawed, for the sake of good times, let's just assume the world is about to end. How would you want to spend your last day on Earth?
Answers might include staying in the comfort of your own home surrounded by loved ones, finishing up your bucket list, crying in the corner, or partying your ass off.
If you're part of the latter group, there's The End of the World Party at Liquid. The event includes live music from local bands with suitably apocalyptic names like Jupiter Holiday and Cloudsplitter—feel-good tunes and electronic music, respectively. In addition to the music, the party will include belly dancers, hula hoopers and a mesmerizing light show.
Liquid's End of the World Party should be high on your bucket list, along with trying out the drinking room at Whole Foods, riding the bull at Roddy's and buying up all the Twinkies in Boise. It is your last day on Earth, so make it count.