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Celebrate the coming of 2017 with these events, hotel specials, exclusive discounts and more throughout the Mid-Atlantic.

Harvest Ridge Winery celebration

A full evening of fun, food, and drink to close out 2016 and ring in the new year at Harvest Ridge Winery! Performance by comedian Larry Weaver, music and dancing with Cannatelli entertainment, dinner, sparkling wine toast at midnight, cash bar (with discounts on wine and cider all night). Tickets are $69.57/person and may be purchased on Eventbrite.

New Year’s Eve Extravaganza in Ocean City

At the Dunes Manor Hotel. Enjoy a 2- or 3-night oceanfront stay, New Year’s Eve dinner for two, dancing, open bar, late night snack bar, champagne toast, festive hats and horns, and more. 2-night package $429; 3-night package $519.

New Year’s Eve at the Wyndham in Gettysburg

A great place to ring in the new year. Package from $329 includes one night accommodations, hors d’ ouvres reception, 4 drink vouchers, entertainment by Funktion, breakfast buffet, and late check-out.

New Years Eve at Chesapeake Beach

Live music, party favors, champagne, and more at the Chesapeake Beach Resort and Spa. What better place to wrap up the old year and ring in the new? Enjoy a fun night with live music featuring the Aerosmith Tribute Band, Pandora’s Box and an opening act by Bamboo Chicken Band. Plus toast to the new year with a glass of champagne and go home  with celebratory party favors.
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