Get your party hats out and chill the bubbly – New Year’s Eve 2019 is coming up quick! While some opt to order Chinese food, stay in, and watch the Times Square ball drop on TV, others embrace the sparkly craziness and find all sorts of festive events to attend. New Year’s Eve is the perfect end to the holiday season. If you’re planning on counting down to 2019 with fellow party-goers in Dallas, remember that Magnolia Dallas Park Cities is just steps away from the Mockingbird Station. Book a room here and let the DART bring you safely back to us at the end of the night!
Nothing says “Happy New Year!!!” like a dazzling fireworks show. This year, Reunion Tower’s display will feature more than 4,000 pyrotechnic special effects to light up the Dallas skyline. Guests at this event will certainly feel like they are “inside the ball” when the show starts at 11:59pm! Besides the magnificent view, tickets to this event include an open bar, appetizers, a DJ, a photo booth, games, and a champagne toast. Welcome 2019 with a boom.
Ring in the New Year at an elegant Viennese-inspired concert featuring waltzes and cherished favorites. The Dallas Symphony will not disappoint! The concert begins at 7:30pm at Meyerson Symphony Center and includes a champagne toast at intermission. If you’re looking to have a classy New Year’s Eve, this is surely the way to go. Get tickets here.
Lights All Night
If you’d prefer to groove your way into 2019, Lights All Night is just for you. Technically, the party goes down on December 28th & 29th, but we couldn’t NOT count it as NYE event – it’s Dallas’ biggest dance festival! The lineup at Dallas Market Hall features 21 acts including Diplo, Gucci Mane, and the electronic dance music king himself, Tiesto. Returning for its 9th year, Lights All Night promises to be a futuristic music experience you won’t want to miss. Get all the deets here!
Closing of Prairie Lights
With very good reason, Prairie Lights is Texas’ premier holiday lights park. Beginning at the park’s entrance, you’ll be mesmerized by 4 million lights lining a two-mile path. Hundreds of festive displays line and arch over the road. A bonafide Holiday Village pops up halfway through the drive, along with a walk-through Holiday Magic Forest. There’s even a light tunnel finale…we could go on and on. Located about an hour southwest of the Magnolia, the magic of Prairie Lights is well worth the drive – what better way to say goodbye to the 2018 holiday season & all its illuminated decor than to attend its closing night on December 30th? Purchase now.