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Monday, December 29, 2008

New Years Eve in Utah

The First Night celebration in downtown Salt Lake City is a big, family-friendly New Years Eve bash offering music, arts, food and fun.

Live performances and other events will be held at Gallivan Center, Gateway Mall, The Leonardo and Temple Square.

Admission buttons can be purchased in advance at Albertsons, Discovery Gateway, The Leonardo, and The Gateway concierge, $8 in advance, $10 day of show. Children 12 and under are free. Group discounts are available.

Ride TRAX free on December 31st (from 3 pm- 1 am) with your First Night 2009 admission button. * Rider must display button, up to 4 children may accompany an adult. Not valid on FrontRunner.

Many other Utah communities also offer New Years Eve activities.

The Daily Herald has this article about the celebration in Provo. Below are excerpts:

Provo's First Night celebration gets a little bigger every year, and organizers believe this year could be the best party yet.

Helen Anderson, spokeswoman for Provo city, said the theme this year is "Party Under the Big Top." The events will center around carnival activities, including virtual Nintendo Wii carnival games. People will be able to walk a virtual tightrope or participate in a ring toss.

JaNel Grim, recreation supervisor for Provo city, said an event that will likely be most popular at First Night will be the circus performing group, Cirkus Pandemonium. The Salt Lake City group will be performing all night long, with acts such as human juggling and fire dancing.


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