New Year’s Eve on The Island is Filled with Things to Do

Fireworks celebrating New YearsAre your Christmas plans made, but New Year’s Eve is still blank? Are you looking for an exciting and fun way to ring in the New Year? Enjoy island time on New Year’s Eve at The Island in Pigeon Forge. Their bash will bring you into 2014 with style.

One Tuesday, December 31, free festivities will begin at 8:00 pm and continue until midnight. There will be a midnight ball drop and spectacular fireworks show you won’t want to miss. You can dance, sing and celebrate with fun and festive music. The music will be provided by Fairview Union, and there will even be a live DJ on the Plaza. The new fountain show will also be debuting with lights, music and water displays. This dazzling show will be a memorable way to ring in the year.

Timberwood Grill will be hosting an all-inclusive VIP party as well. Purchasing a VIP ticket will include a ton of perks including an Arcade City Play Card and festive party favors. VIP guests will enjoy a heavy hors d’oeuvres buffet and drinks from 8:00 pm to midnight. Also, a private DJ will be spinning tunes.

If those plans don’t give you enough things to do in Pigeon Forge on New Year’s Eve, The Island is offering more. Private midnight wheel rides can also be purchased. You and your friends can reserve your own gondola and ring in the New Year from 200 feet in the air! These climate controlled rides will soar 20 stories in the air and include a spectacular LED lights show.

If you’re looking for things to do in Pigeon Forge on New Year’s Eve, The Island is the perfect way to end 2013 and begin a new year. For information about other events and attractions to  see while you’re here, Visit My Smokies invites you to look at our What to Do tab. Visitors will find up-to-date information about exciting events and attractions.

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