Should auld acquaintance be forgot and never brought to mind. Should auld acquaintance be forgot and days of auld lang syne.
A bright and shinning New Year is upon us. Its time to celebrate the coming of 2013 and we have a lot to be joyful about: we survived the Mayan Doomsday, Taylor Swift wrote more breakup songs, the last Twilight film wasn’t terrible. So lets tip that glass and celebrate a good year while bringing the new year in style. Here is a list of places that are sure have one rockin’ New Years in Sacramento:
New Year’s Eve Celebrations at Hyatt Regency Sacramento
1209 L St. Sacramento, CA 95814
Monday, Dec 31 9:00p Tuesday, Jan 1 (2013) 2:00 am
Celebrate downtown on Monday, December 31, 2012 from 9:00pm to 2:00am. Enjoy the easy-going sounds of Ryan Hernandez in the lobby lounge or dance into the new year with DJ Rated R and the Cheeseballs in the main ballroom. Overnight party & room packages range from $299 – $499 per couple. Or come for just the party for $65 per person and enjoy a complimentary cocktail. CLICK HERE for tickets & more information.
Old Sacramento L Street Dock, Sacramento CA 95814
Monday, Dec 31 6:00 pm
The hottest spot for the New Year’s celebration is on a Hornblower yacht! Get front row seats to the amazing 9:00 pm fireworks show over the Tower Bridge. Enjoy our fabulous New Year’s Eve buffet dinner, open standard cocktail bar, including after dinner liqueurs and house champagne, festive New Year’s Eve party favors, pre-boarding photograph and DJ entertainment for dancing. CLICK HERE for tickets & more information.
District 30 Presents NYE 2013
1022 K Street, Sacramento CA
Monday, December 31, open until 3:00 am
An Evening of Sensory Fulfillment, Inspirational Music & Enthralling Entertainment! Featuring a Huge Balloon Drop, Dazzling Confetti Rain, Complimentary Champagne Toast at Midnight, Delectable Confections at Midnight, and Complimentary Party Favors! CLICK HERE for tickets & more information.
Theatre of Lights
2nd St and K St, Sacramento, CA 95812
Monday, Dec 31 7:00 pm & 8:30 pm
The fourth annual Raley’s Theatre of Lights is a free holiday program of the Old Sacramento Business Association. Narrated by American literary icon Mark Twain, the live-action retelling of Moore’s 1823 poem — “A Visit from St. Nicholas,” more popularly known as “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas” — promises to be bigger and better than ever. New year’s Eve will feature the fireworks spectacular with shows at 7 pm and 8:30 pm. CLICK HERE for more information.