The annual event is complete with making festive hats and noisemakers, a countdown, two simultaneous ball drops and parade featuring a New Orleans-style brass band.
A pre-show kicks off at am featuring jugglers and dance team. The parade and countdown to noon begins at am.
Open December 31 from 10 am — 3 pm. Kids will enjoy DJ music, balloons, and face painting plus a lemonade toast and balloon drop at noon to kick off the New Year!
The family-friendly fun includes face painting, a balloon and caricature artist, magic mirror photo booth, plus DJ and bubbles at noon. CityCentre is located at Town and Country Blvd. Celebrate with a balloon and confetti drop. The museum recommends buying tickets online.
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But for 25 minutes -- 25 short, magical minutes -- Americans -- even New Yorkers -- will put aside their differences to accept one universal truth: Fireworks are cool as hell. Expect to navigate untold crowds looking forward to a near-perfect setting for sky sparklies.
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