Albuquerque set to say hello to 2018

December 3, 2017 by  

Albuquerque’s Indian Pueblo Cultural Center has issued an invitation to the community to ring in 2018 with friends and family during its New Year’s Eve celebration.

The event, which will offer food, entertainment, dancing, and other activities, will include a specially crafted dinner menu for the Pueblo Harvest Café. Once the meal is over, guests will be welcome to dance the night away to music from the live entertainers who will be on site for the occasion.

To help keep the festive mood going until midnight, a menu of tapas-style dishes will be offered in the Chaco ballrooms. A full bar service will be available, and each guest will be given party favors for the night, as well as a glass of champagne to toast the new year.

The dinner portion of the event will run from 5:00 pm until 10:00 pm, and this will be followed by the party itself. Tickets for both portions of the night can be purchased together or separately. Banners and other themed décor for this type of function can be custom designed by a local printer.

This fond farewell to 2017 will be taking place on December 31 in the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, which is located at 2401 12th Street N.W. Additional information, as well as a chance to purchase tickets in advance, can be found on the Visit Albuquerque website.

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