Celebrate New Year's in Conroe, TX
Celebrating the start of 2018 in Texas is just like the old saying goes “everything's bigger in Texas”. While there are many events going on in Houston, Austin, and Dallas, the following events are big parties that happened last year in the city of Conroe and will hopefully make their return to celebrate the ending of 2017.
Fireworks on the Water in Conroe, TX
An essential part of celebrating the beginning of a new age is watching fireworks. In Conroe, TX, there is no better way to do that than on the lake that makes the town so popular. The Southern Empress is a cruise that sets sail on Conroe Lake every Saturday for dinner and cocktail cruises. This last New Year’s they had a cruise for people to attend for $88.50 per person with reservations to made in advance. It set sail on December 31 at 9 PM. The people aboard enjoyed cocktails and fireworks out on the water as they counted down to the beginning of 2017. Hopefully, the city will have another event similar for 2019.
Drop the Ball at a Ball
There is no way to bring in the year that is more romantic or mysterious than attending a masquerade ball and in Conroe, TX, they did that. The Montgomery County Masquerade Ball was promised to be the most amazing masquerade ball that Montgomery County has ever seen. This time it’s not a masquerade ball but it’s sure to be a fancy affair as the same organization holds the Calling All Angels Black & White New Year’s Eve Benefit of Hope. Just like the masquerade ball donated their proceeds to an organization that helps take care of the abused and neglected children who are in foster care and who have aged out. The evening will be filled with fun with a casino, a countdown party with DJ Orbit, a live and silent auction, and midnight fireworks. It’s guaranteed to be a night you’ll never forget.
Bash at the Brewery
Last New Year’s Eve, the B-52 Brewery hosted 12 hours of local craft beer and delicious food from Wild Radish in preparation for the upcoming year. They even had a midnight countdown with Champagne. The cost to enter the premises was free and the event ran from 12 PM on the 31st to 12:30 AM on the 1st. With the seven acres of outdoor space that the brewery has and games like ping pong and horse shoe, it was the perfect venue for a more relaxed party to end 2016. Hopefully, the party will make its return for bringing in 2019.
Celebrate New Year’s the Texas Way
While the phrase “new year, new me” will be used a lot during the start of 2018, the good old town of Conroe will still be its same old self. 2017 has been a memorable time for many, be sure to make the end of it the most memorable by attending a New Year’s event in Conroe, TX.
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