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Looking for something fun to do on New Year's Eve?  A free event is back in Rochester, Minnesota for its 2nd year and I heard that it is even BIGGER than last year.  In fact, it is going to have one of the biggest screens in all of Rochester to catch the Vikings vs. Packers game that night.

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Free Party for All on New Year's Even in Rochester, Minnesota

Experience Rochester is pleased to announce the return of Celebrate Rochester New Year's Eve at Mayo Civic Center on December 31st.  This is a family-friendly event that even has a 'Kids Ball Drop" so they can feel part of the New Years Eve magic and you can get then home before they fall asleep on the Mayo Civic Center floor.  Ok, there is probably too much action happening for our kids to take a nap but this will prevent all of those meltdowns at about 10:30 pm.

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Everything You Need to Know about the Free Celebrate Rochester! New Year's Eve Party

Here's what you can expect to enjoy at the free New Year's Eve party in Rochester:

  • DATE:  December 31st, 2023
  • WHERE:  Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, Minnesota
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  • DAYTIME/FAMILY ACTIVITIES
    • 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm -
      • Indoor Roller Skating, Inflatables, Video Games & VR Truck
      • Balloon Animals and Face Painting
      • DJ and Photo Booth
    • 6:00 pm - enjoy the "Kids Ball Drop" to ring in the new year
    • 8:00 pm - Kids' Fun Zone closes
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