A few places around town that have drinks, and food, ready to serve you this New Year’s Eve.
The music begins at 9 p.m. on Dec. 31.
At 9 p.m., Long Beach got a head start on the new year by setting off fireworks over the bay at midnight East Coast time.
The Downtown Long Beach Alliance put on the free event that culminated with a fireworks show over the Long Beach Lighthouse.
Long Beach Transit will be offering free rides starting at 5 p.m. on New Year’s Eve extending as late as 2:35 a.m.
Last week on “The 7” we started the weekend on Wednesday. This week, we’re pushing it right to Monday because that’s New Year’s Eve, what hardcore partyers call “amateur hour.”
“Jump on it” this New Year’s Eve with Sir Mix-A-Lot at the Queen Mary as the 90s hit rapper rings in 2018 aboard the historic ship, the Queen Mary announced today.
Those looking to celebrate New Year’s Eve in and around downtown Long Beach can look forward to a free family-friendly event at Rainbow Harbor or a ticketed celebration aboard the Queen Mary.
In place of the irreplaceable artist, the high-energy, Birmingham, Alabama-based St. Paul and the Broken Bones will co-headline the New Year’s Eve Celebration alongside Citizen Cope.
Following last year’s record-breaking New Year’s Eve (NYE) celebration, the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) will once again throw the most popping party in the city and welcome some of Southern California’s finest musicians to take part in a three-stage, three-block festival to ring in 2016.