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NYE Celebrations

NYE Celebration

Spend New Year’s Eve out on the town in The Woodlands or Houston this weekend! There are so many fun events going on – from family nights to party-it-up-until-2am festivities – you’ll have a blast ringing in 2017!

The Woodlands Waterway is packed with restaurants that will be celebrating New Year’s Eve with live music and entertainment along with dinner and even breakfast packages. Check out Bar Louie for an all-inclusive experience complete with drink tickets, a midnight champagne toast and buffet until the wee hours. Baker Street Pub has live music and a champagne toast for only $10 cover!

The Dosey Doe Big Barn off of I-45 South is having a New Year’s Eve party featuring 9-time Grammy Award winners Asleep At The Wheel. Tickets include a fantastic dinner and guaranteed great listening. The party starts at 9pm with opener Mark Jones, and Asleep At The Wheel takes the stage at 11pm. Enjoy a three course meal, drinks and, of course, champagne at midnight.

Families with young children looking to celebrate New Year’s Eve without missing bedtime can have a ball at The Woodlands Children’s Museum’s High Noon Countdown celebration. Especially designed for children under age seven, there will be two party times to choose from, the first celebrating the New Year at 12pm and the second at 3pm. Balloon drops, confetti, and all the party favors one expects from the late-night festivities will happen early so little ones can enjoy the fun, too.

Fans of the 1980s can dance the night away at the Hotel Derek’s 80’s Prom Party. Admission to the Prom gets you buffet dinner, spiked punch, dessert and champagne. Overnight packages are also available and include a king room, breakfast and late check out time.

All-night partiers may enjoy the annual BLT Party at Lucky’s Pub in downtown Houston. This event is a wild party complete with DJs and live music, over 40,000 square feet of dancing and bars. And, since the name is BLT (which stands for Black Tie, Lingerie, Toga in this case) be sure to come dressed appropriately.

No matter how you choose to celebrate the ending of 2016, please be sure to arrange for safe transportation home. Consider staying at a hotel near where you’ll be that night, taking a taxi, or designating a sober driver. Happy New Year!