New Year’s in Loudoun
There will be a New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball at the Holiday Inn Dulles Airport in Sterling. Open from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., the event features a DJ and midnight toast. There will be a cover charge of $30 per person.
For package information, visit hidullesairport.com.
Lansdowne Resort is offering several New Year’s Eve packages with an overnight stay. For New Year’s Eve, Lansdowne is offering an evening’s entertainment with champagne toast, dancing and music from the Fabulous Dialtones.
For more information, visit lansdowneresort.com.
New this year, Salamander Resort & Spa in Middleburg has planned a Great Gatsby-themed party for the evening and is offering champagne and caviar at the Gold Cup Wine Bar and dinner at Harriman’s restaurant. As an added benefit, the resort is also planning a Kid’s Night Out mini-bash as well.
Details and pricing at salamanderresort.com.
To help locals remain safe, Comfort Suites Leesburg is also providing a party package for revelers. But instead of throwing a party at the hotel, they’re providing a shuttle to New Year’s parties at Spanky’s Shenanigans or Lansdowne Tavern.
For pricing, visit comfortsuitesleesburg.com. Event details for the special festivities at Lansdowne Tavern is available at lansdownetavern.com and Spanky’s Shenanigan’s at spankyspub.net.
Parties and special events will be taking place all over Loudoun on New Year’s Eve. SoberRide is providing free cab rides under $30 for traveling home. SoberRide is a program of the Washington Regional Alcohol Program.
Call 800-200-TAXI for a pick-up. Drive responsibly as you celebrate the New Year
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