Katie Weiler ’13
1. It’s FREE.
2. The Bands – The Outervibe, New Boyz, Baby Bash, and Jesse McCartney will take the stage to serenade Grand Rapids from six until the ball drops.
3. The accommodations – The family-oriented New Year’s Eve party will once again feature warming tents where hot chocolate will be available, and fans can take close-up photos of the stars on stage that night by picking up a free wristband at any J&H Family Store.
4. There’s a place for kids to play – While the bands are rocking for teens and adults, there is a New Year’s Eve party from 6-8P.M for little kids at the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum. Tickets must be purchased prior to the event. More details at: http://www.grcm.org/events/new-years-early-eve/
5. The Ball Drop – A down-sized version of the New York City ball drop fits perfectly for the 40,000+ crowd in downtown Grand Rapids.