Celebrate The New New Year Around San Joaquin Valley Homes

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As much fun as it would be to celebrate the New Year in your San Joaquin Valley home, you want to leave the prep work to somebody else this year, so you can enjoy the fun. You have a lot to choose from in the area when it comes to midnight fun. Here are some of the more interesting options for the evening of December 31st.

Revisit the Legend of Steppenwolf: Born To Be Wild New Year’s Eve
Celebrate the upcoming year with a trip into the past by rocking to the original member of Steppenwolf, Goldy McJohn with Glen Bui plus an all-star lineup. If you remember such hits as “Hey Lawdy Mama,” “Magic Carpet Ride,” and the signature hit, “Born to be Wild,” then head on down for a night of good music at the Fox Theater in Visalia. Come midnight, you can toast the New Year with free champagne. Want to say “hi” to the band members? Then go for the Special VIP Package, which includes a pre-show Meet ‘n Greet plus Reserved Premium Seating.

New Year’s Eve Extravaganza
If you think there’s nothing better than dancing the night away during New Year’s Eve, then you’ll get twice the thrills because this annual event features two live bands. The Ray Moore Band opens the festivities and paves the way for The New Monsanto Band with Rene Emilio and Elena Betancourt, a Tejano Music Award Nominee. In between sets, professional comedian and radio DJ Andre Covington will tickle your funny bone as MC. Aside from the music, your ticket gives you a buffet style menu, party favors, raffles, unlimited drinks, and free champagne. Get a group of 10 together and you can buy a VIP table. This is all taking place at the Fall Event Center in Fresno.

New Year’s Eve Comedy Bash
Why not laugh it up on the big night with Danny Minch, a word-play master that headlines all over the country in such venues as the IceHouse in Pasadena, the Hollywood Improv, and the Mad House in San Diego. Host Jenn Felix will be mixing up the entertainment with other surprise comedy guests. You won’t be going hungry because the venue in Fresno is Mother Mary’s, an Italian kitchen and pizzeria.

New Year’s Eve Fundraiser Dance
Don’t just have a blast at midnight but help raise funds with the Visalia chapter of the American G.I. Forum, an organization for Latino veterans. A portion of the money raised goes to support youth activities at Wittman Community Center in North Visalia. Held at the Visalia Convention Center, includes live music and a balloon drop at midnight. Food and drinks are also available.

New Year’s Eve at Bass Lake
If it’s not the New Year without fireworks lighting up the sky, then head to the Pines Resort at Bass Lake for a 1980 celebration, complete with snacks, party favors, a photo booth with props, and champagne toast. Buy a four-course dinner at Ducey’s and you get a free ticket to the party at the Lakeview Room. Drink specials will be available all night and you’ll enjoy live music. Come midnight, the fireworks come out over the lake. Kids over 13 are welcome if they are supervised by adults. Make a weekend of it by booking a room at the resort.

Want to know more about our new homes from which you can celebrate New Year’s and other occasions? Then contact us today.

Lisa Walker