KXLL New Year’s Eve Block Party on the Wharf

By December 28, 2013KXLL, KXLL Tune In

NYE PartyYou’re invited to celebrate 2014 in style with The Hangar on the Wharf and KXLL – Excellent Radio!

On December 31 at 9 p.m. we will block off the entire wharf for the biggest and best New Years Party you could ever ask for, the 3nd Annual New Year’s Eve Block Party on the Wharf!

  • This is a 21+ event
  • There’s a small $5 door charge to benefit KXLL Public Radio
  • Complimentary Champagne Toast at midnight
  • Music and Dancing till bar close

In the Ballroom – All the way from Memphis, the amazing Deering & Down-Official will be performing!

In the Hangar – Our hometown heroes, the FileJerks (Astronomar andShorthand) will be spinning the most amazing dance music, sure to make you sweat!

In the Flight Deck – From Alaskan Scorcher, DJ Taco Todd will be spinning tons of rocksteady jams!

  • A dinner Receipt from The Hangar gets you in for Free!
  • There will be PIZZA by the slice at Pizzeria Roma all night long.
  • Balloon Drop by NightMoods Juneau at the stroke of Midnight!

Let’s Ring In 2014 Together!

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