I Love Memphis Guide To New Year’s Eve 2017

Dec 06 I Love Memphis Guide To New Year’s Eve 2017

Hard Rock Guitar Drop on New Year's Eve

It’s almost time for 2017, Memphis! Here are some fun and festive ways to celebrate the new year. If you have additions, submit them here.

Photo by Andrea Zucker

AutoZone Liberty Bowl, Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Dec. 30, noon (CST), various prices, all ages
Join 60,000+ football fans in Midtown for the annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl. This year, Georgia takes on TCU. Make a weekend of it – there’s a parade on Beale Street on Friday, December 30 at 11 a.m., followed by a pep rally in W.C. Handy Park at 4:30 p.m.

“Superhero Spectacular” New Year’s at Noon, Children’s Museum of Memphis, Dec. 31, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., free for members / $15 non-members, all ages
For those hard partiers that aren’t allowed to stay up until midnight (aka, children), CMOM is hosting their annual New Year’s at Noon party on December 31. This year’s theme appears to be superheroes. Kids can dress up, do a museum scavenger hunt, do crafts and enjoy a 12 p.m. balloon/candy drop. You must make a reservation, and space fills up fast.

New Year’s at Lafayette’s Music Room, Dec. 31, 6 p.m. – until, $60 – $99, 21 and up
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