NYE 6th St. – Austin, TX

 

NYE 6th St. – Austin, TX

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Please join us for our annual New Years Eve (NYE) ball drop at Old School Bar & Grill (Old School). The New Years Eve (NYE) Party 6th Street – Austin, TX will be amazing this years as we’re having an all inclusive VIP party, hosting the official downtown Ball Drop at midnight in Austin, TX!  You gain access to our exclusive patio while enjoying a premium hosted bar from 9p.m. to 2a.m., a champagne toast at midnight and entertainment provided by DJ La.D.Da.  We have a professional photographer shooting all of the fun and $1,000 in cash giveaways as the ball brings us into the new year.  Bring on 2016!

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512.722.6351 / oldschoolatx@gmail.com

 PURCHASE TICKETShttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-years-eve-nye-party-old-school-tickets-19602456475

 

Did you know?  Thanks Wiki:

In France, New Year’s Eve (la Saint-Sylvestre) is usually celebrated with a feast, le Réveillon de la Saint-Sylvestre (Cap d’Any inNorthern Catalonia). This feast customarily includes special dishes including foie gras, seafood such as oysters, and champagne. The celebration can be a simple, intimate dinner with friends and family or, une soirée dansante, a much fancier ball.

On New Year’s Day (le Jour de l’An) friends and family exchange New Year’s resolutions, kisses, and wishes. Some people eat ice cream.[36]

The holiday period ends on January 6 with the celebration of Epiphany (Jour des Rois). A traditional type of flat pastry cake, la galette des rois, made of two sheets of puff pastry, filled with frangipane (almond paste) is eaten. The cake contains a fève, a small china doll; whomever finds it becomes king or queen and gets to wear a gold paper crown and choose his or her partner. This tradition can last up to two weeks.

 

 

NYE 6th St. – Austin, TX

NYE 6th St. – Austin, TX

NYE 6th St. – Austin, TX

 

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