By VINCE REMBULAT
Partygoers of all ages often look forward to this year-end bash at the University Plaza Waterfront Hotel in Stockton.
At least, those age 21 and older.
Tickets are available for the NYE Stockton 2017 from 8:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. on Saturday Dec. 31.Cost is $50 and includes party favors, hors d’oeuvres, champagne toast and a balloon drop at midnight.
This special event attracts hundreds from throughout the area to the plush downtown hotel at 110 W. Fremont St.
Included are two separate dance rooms featuring music formats that cater to young and old adults.
The Central Latino All-Star Band playing a variety of music – Old School funk, R&B, Cumbia and Salsa – will attract the latter. The live entertainment here coupled with DJ E-Motion mixing sounds from the ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s will also keep them dancing between sets.
DJ Manuel C (FM Mega 100) and DJ Monster Mack (FM 97.7 & 98.3 KWIN) will be mixing today’s hits along with yesteryear club classics for the younger crowd.
A special lounge-style room is planned for those looking unwind and catch their breath.
NYE Stockton 2017 calls for semi-formal evening wear. Sports attire clothing will be prohibited.
Hotel party packages are also available.
For more information, call 209.323.3123.
Other NYE events in the area include:Rosa’s at Tower Park, 14900 W. Highway 12, Lodi. It’s being called the “Best Party on the Delta” with live music by country band Flat Busted. Prime rib and lobster dinner will also be available for looking to dine in. For those looking to just stop by, a $5 cover charge will be enforced. Information: Ph. 209.365.0131 / website www.rosasattowerpark.com. Wine & Roses, 2505 W. Turner Rd., Lodi. New Year’s Eve at Towne House Restaurant is featuring live music in the lounge and a five course dinner in the dining room. Among the menu items for this special evening consists of poached oyster & lobster (with lobster flan, Meyer lemon, herbs), tuna Carpaccio with fried shallots, Dungeness crab bisque, and pancetta wrapped rabbit loin, to name a few. Cost is $110 per person with reservations being required. Information: Ph. 209.371.6160 / website www.winerose.com.
To contact reporter Vince Rembulat, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.