Plenty of Choices for Fun on New Year’s Eve Throughout Lehigh Valley
December 18th, 2015 posted by Suzanne K. Stianche
Whether you’re looking for music and dancing or family activities, there are plenty of ways to ring in the New Year throughout Lehigh Valley.
If you’re in the mood for music, Godfrey Daniels in Bethlehem is presenting their sixth annual family-friendly celebration featuring Three Generations of Homegrown Godfrey’s – Dave Fry, Dina Hall and Sam Steffen. Reservations required. Kid’s show starts at 6:30 p.m.
The Red Elvises New Year’s Eve Spectacular at ArtsQuest™ Center at SteelStacks™ will be back with Igor’s unique brand of humor combined with guitar based rock’n’ roll that will make you want to sing, dance, scream, and shout.
At Penn’s Peak in Jim Thorpe, Get the Led Out in concert captures the essence of the recorded music of Led Zeppelin. Showtime is 9 p.m.
Head to Sands® Bethlehem Event Center to ring in the New Year with DJ Jerry Blavat, the Geator with the Heater, and DJ Joel from 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.
PEEPSFEST® on December 30 and 31 at SteelStacks™ in Bethlehem will feature free family fun and entertainment including kid-friendly bands, the chance to meet a sled dog team member, magicians, a family disco lounge, clowns, balloon making, and more. There’ll be face painting, tie dye creations, and more, along with the PEEPS® drop.
Celebrate in downtown Allentown with live music, fireworks and a “Bell Drop” to ring in the New Year. Activities run 5 p.m. – midnight near the Soldiers & Sailors monument, located at 7th & Hamilton Streets.
In Easton, enjoy an action-packed night of family fun at the Crayola Experience!™ This exciting event boasts access to all experiences with regular admission fee, plus a dance party, carnival games, countdown with streamers and lots more.
Tube in the New Year at Blue Mountain in Palmerton from 8 p.m. – 12:30 a.m. Reservations are required and, participants much reach a height requirement for snowtubing.
And, there’s still time to enjoy some holiday magic in Lehigh Valley. Don’t miss the Winter Lights Spectacular at the Lehigh Valley Zoo in Schnecksville. You can experience the magic of this winter wonderland from 5:30 – 10 p.m. through January 3. Or bring the family to see Around the World with Pip the Mouse to learn about the holiday traditions of various cultures. Shows run through January 2 at the Liberty Bell Museum in Allentown.
Looking for someplace to crash for the night? Many hotels throughout the region are offering savings on overnight accommodations for New Year’s Eve.
View the full list of New Year’s Eve deals, discounts, and events on DiscoverLehighValley.com.