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Things to do on NYE in the Pine Belt

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PINE BELT -

Are you excited for 2016? Ring in the new year at one of these exciting venues. 

Paul B. Johnson State Park

New Year’s Eve Fireworks Show - 7 p.m.

$6 entry per vehicle (up to 6 people) 

Brewsky’s

The Remants start at 8 p.m. and South Bound Crescent begins at 10:30 p.m.

$4 champagne all night long

Marlins Bar & Grill Masquerade NYE Party 

Begins at 10 p.m., live music & DJs, $5 champagne

Purchase mask at door to enter $5

Formal wear gets free entry 

Roper’s Annual New Year’s Eve Party

Doors open at 5 p.m.

Complimentary appetizers, free party favors and free champagne 

Downtown Hattiesburg

The Dollar BOX Showroom - Zoogma & electric light show

Doors open at 10 p.m.

$10 admission 

Thirsty Hippo - New Year’s Eve Party

Benny’s Boom Boom Room - New Year's Eve w/ Vasti Jackson 

Doors open at 9 p.m. 

Vicki’s on Walnut

New Year’s Eve featured menu & live music

To view the menu, check out the restaurant's Facebook page.

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