By Richard Provost
Guru’s 3rd Annual Gatsby New Year’s Eve Party
Guru’s, Provo Live, and KJ Parties present the elegant, 3rd annual Great Gatsby New Year’s Party. The party will be happening at the Utah Valley Convention Center. The grand ballroom has a capacity of over 4000. There will be DJ’s, state of the art sound and lighting, and a Gatsby Lounge with 1920’s music. Pretty rad. The doors open at 9 PM. “Paparazzi” will be taking photos as guests walk down a red carpet to the party.
Tickets at the door are $12, unless you RSVP here on Facebook for a $2 discount.
Provo City’s Countdown to Hollywood
Hosted by Provo City and Provo Recreation, Countdown to Hollywood will take place at the Recreation Center. The celebration will feature a wide variety of activities, including “roaming dinosaurs from Jurassic World,” Sherlock murder mysteries, a children’s Ninja Warrior Course, a walk down the red carpet, makeovers, Wipe Out obstacles, laser tag, and an end of party firework display. There will also be food trucks, a hypnotist, an animal show, photo booths, kids’ crafts, life size games, costume characters, and more. This is an all ages event.
Tickets are $8 for youth and $10 for adults. Rec Center Members receive a 50% discount.
Arvo’s New Year’s Eve Party
Don’t miss the Third Annual Arvo New Year’s Party tonight at 7 PM. $15 admission. The event will be held at 600 S 700 E at The Falls Event Center, Salt Lake City at Trolley Square. Tickets are available at 24tix.com. The event features The Brocks and Strange Familia. Learn more about the event in our article about it here.
RKDN Performs in St. George
They’ll be welcoming in 2016 on a Main Street shut down in Saint George, UT tonight/tomorrow morning from midnight to 1 AM. If you’ll be in the area, make sure to stop by. It’ll be a good show.
Happy New Year!
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