Catalina Island is the Perfect Place to Ring in the New Year
Reservations are now being taken for the 47th Annual New Year’s Eve Celebration to be held in the world-renowned Casino Ballroom on Catalina Island.
Cost to attend is $189.00 per person. Musical entertainment will be provided by The Replicas, featuring nine incredible musicians, representing some of the very best talent in the industry. Replicas band members have toured with some of the biggest names in music (Adele, Beyonce, Rick Springfield, Robin Thicke, Hans Zimmer, Kristin Chenoweth, LA Philharmonic, Elton John and many more). From Frank Sinatra to the Foo Fighters, they will bring you through the years of great hits and keep you dancing into 2019!
The Gala Celebration includes a gourmet buffet dinner one champagne split per person, party favors and the classic midnight balloon drop! A professional photographer will be available on the Mezzanine level to capture the moment.
The doors open at 6:45pm. Guests will be admitted into the Ballroom no more than 15 minutes before their reservation time. Guests arriving early are encouraged to visit Marine Bar on the Mezzanine level, where seating, light entertainment and beverages will be available until 9pm. Regardless of the time of your reservation, tables are yours for the entire evening.
A seating chart and online reservation tools are available at CatalinaChamber.com/NYE, or reserve by phone at 310-510-1520. All reservations must be accompanied with full payment, and reservations will be confirmed by email or mail. Payment may be made by cash, check, VISA, MasterCard, or American Express.
For details on this and many other upcoming events on Catalina Island, visit CatalinaChamber.com or call the Catalina Island Visitor Center at 310.510.1520.
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The mission of the Catalina Island Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau is to attract visitors and advocate for commerce on Catalina Island. As the official Destination Marketing Organization of Catalina Island, the nonprofit is governed by an elected nineteen-member board of directors and is funded in-part through the collection of Transient Occupancy Taxes paid by guests staying in area hotels and vacation rentals. www.CatalinaChamber.com