Looking for fun-filled New Year’s Eve festivities? Look no further -- Chicago is full of a variety of celebrations everyone can enjoy.

Visit the Chicago Children’s Museum, Monday, December 31st from 10 AM – 12 PM to take part in their Noon Year’s Eve Celebration. This family-friendly event will feature craft making, dance party, and a countdown to high noon. Visit the official event website to purchase your tickets today.

If you are looking for a night out on the town, then be sure to check out the 7th Annual Chicago Resolution Gala at the Aon Grand Ballroom. This event is for adults, 21 and older, and features a variety of food, drinks, and fabulous music to dance the night away and ring in the New year. Visit the official event website for additional information and to purchase your tickets.

Crystal Gardens will also be hosting a fabulous New Year’s Eve party. From 9 PM to 1:30 AM enjoy top-shelf drinks, delectable treats, Live DJ, and a private terrace to watch the fireworks. Visit the official event website to purchase your tickets today!

Wanting to ring in the new year with a bang? Then don’t miss the New Year’s Eve Fireworks at Navy Pier. Enjoy this spectacular show of lights and color as the fireworks burst over Lake Michigan. The 15-minute spectacular will begin promptly at 12 AM. Visit the official website for additional information. This event is free to the public.

Whether you are with friends or family, dancing the night away or watching the spectacular fireworks show, there is an event for everyone is sure to enjoy to bring in 2019!


Allyson Hoffman, ABR, ACRE, CDPE, CRS, e-PRO, GRI, SFR, SRES
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