Sometimes when I think back to my pre-child days, my memories are a bit fuzzy. What did we do Friday nights after we had gotten through the long work week? Or holidays when the two of us were off together? What did we do New Year’s Eve? Perhaps we dined out and watched movies until the ball dropped in Times Square. Or maybe we took that opportunity to enjoy a quiet weekend away. Regardless, gone are the days when New Year’s Even meant dancing the night away.
Ring in the new year at Knott’s Berry Farm with their family-friendly New Year’s Eve Celebration. The park offers a lively, festive environment for the entire family including dance music, a family-friendly comedian/magician, a Midnight Mayhem Fireworks Show, and more. Here is what you can expect this New Year’s Eve at Knott’s Berry Farm!
For the littles…
Snoopy’s Magical Nights of Lights will feature thousands of lights and holiday music from dusk until 1 am
“Happy New Year Charlie Brown” will feature Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang singing and dancing to ring in the New Year
For the grown-ups…
Enjoy the sounds of Clueless Remix featuring DJ Reesso and Kenny Metcalf who will sing some of Elton John’s most popular, early songs.
Dance the night away! In the Wilderness Dance Hall, you can country line dance with Dusty and Snoopy or get your salsa on with Snoopy and Louie in Fiesta Plaza.
Comedian/Magician Dana Daniels will combine magic, improv, and comedy to entertain guests
Count down to the New Year with Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang during the Midnight Mayhem Fireworks Show. At 11:50, there will be lights, stilt walkers, party hats, horns, and fireworks to light up the night sky.
If you want to enjoy the park and events like this all year long, you might want to consider getting an season pass. For $11.16 a month (6 months) you’ll enjoy unlimited visits to the park, one free visit before the end of 2012, exclusive ride time during the summer through Labor Day Weekend, food and merchandise discounts, and discount tickets to Knott’s Scary Farm’s Halloween Haunt.
For more information, just visit Knott’s!
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