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It may seem hard to be believe, but 2017 is about to draw to a close. If you're making plans for New Year's Eve, there's no better place to celebrate the holiday than Las Vegas. Check out some of the best ways to ring in 2018 on the Strip.
Watch the Fireworks
On New Year's Eve, the Las Vegas Strip will shut down to traffic and fireworks will shoot from the rooftops of seven resorts. One of the best places to catch the action is from the Ice Rink at the Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan. Enjoy an open bar and ice skating with a rooftop view.
All of the top restaurants in Las Vegas will have special menus and deals for New Year's Eve. Need a good suggestion? Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas will have a prix fixe dinner with dishes that include escargot with wild mushrooms, lobster with butternut squash chaudiere and seared duck breast. For some flavors from south of the border, El Segundo Sol at the Fashion Show Mall will offer a four-course menu featuring guacamole, ceviche, tacos and other Mexican-inspired favorites. An open bar package will cover sangria, beer, margaritas and more.
Hit the Clubs
The biggest names in electronic dance music will be working the crowds at the most exclusive nightclubs on the Stirp. Check out Calvin Harris at OMNIA, Steve Aoki at Hakkasan or the Chainsmokers at XS.
Watch a Show
One of the biggest rock bands in the world will be playing a rare intimate show at the Cosmopolitan for New Year's Eve. Catch Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters inside the Chelsea Theater, where the band will play classic hits and songs from their latest album Concrete and Gold. Tickets start at $150.
Have a Drink… or Two
From 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., the Chandelier bar inside the Cosmopolitan wil present a celebration featuring champagne from Perrier Jouet and cocktails made with Absolut Elyx vodka.
As you can see, the possibilities are endless for New Year's Eve in Las Vegas. Book a flight today with Cirrus Aviation Services and plan a celebration to remember for 2018 and beyond. Just call 702-472-9714 today.
By Rob Kachelriess