Enjoy First Nights, kid-friendly, alcohol-free events in Northern Virginia… Here is your guide for first Night celebrations:
First Night Alexandria
What: First Night Alexandria is the largest, safest, family-friendly, budget-friendly New Year’s Eve celebration through the performing arts in the Greater Washington Metropolitan area.
Where: King Street is open to the public, but a performance badge is required to enter the venues.
Price: The price of a badge from November 1 through December 21 will be $15 each. Beginning December 22, the price is $20 through December 31. Children 12 and under are free and do not need a badge but must be accompanied by an adult wearing a badge. Active military can obtain one free badge with presentation of an active military ID on December 31 only.
First Night Leesburg
Time: December 31, 2010 - 6 pm to 11:45 pm
What: A New Years community celebration of the arts for families, friends, and neighbors of Leesburg and Loudoun County. A non-profit, alcohol free event sponsored by the Bluemont Concert Series
Where: 20 Indoor Locations in Downtown Leesburg
Price: Adults- $10, Seniors (50+), $8 Kids (3-12)- $3; Kids under 3 get in free!
First Night in Old Town Warrenton
What: Entertainment coordinated by Bluemont, presenting more than 100 PERFORMANCES featuring Jazz, Classical Music, Puppet Shows, Bluegrass, Folk Music, Hayrides, Storytelling,
Rock & Roll and so much more
Where: 15 Indoor Locations in Historic Downtown Warrenton
Time: Main Street in Old Town Warrenton..... 7pm - Midnight
First Night Performances: 7pm - 11:45pm
Grand Illumination at Old Courthouse: 11:45pm – Midnight
Price: Adults: $10, Seniors (50+): $8, Kids (3-12): $3; Kids under 3 get in free!, Family Rate: $30
Watch Night New Years Eve in Falls Church
What: Ring in the New Year with FREE, family-friendly festivities at the Annual Watch Night New Year's Eve Celebration in the City of Falls Church. With events and entertainment both indoors and outdoors, The Little City's celebration is unique because it is free and open-to-the-public.
Where: Intersection of Broad Street (Rt. 7) & Washington Street (Rt. 29) City of Falls Church, VA 22046