The High Roller and Eiffel Tower Experience
There are two types of people when it comes to partying on New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas. The ones who go balls to the walls with the best experience ever and the ones who wander around the LVB (Las Vegas Blvd) trying to unsuccessfully secure a drink at a packed bar. We’re going to go with the first one this year. The High Roller (starting at 150 bucks) and the Eiffel Tower Experience (250 bucks) are going all out with the ultimate VIP packages. They both offer open bar, a killer view for the fireworks, and of course, a midnight champagne toast to go along with that kiss you’ve been dreaming of since last year. Here’s your chance to up your game and take it to the next level. Like your dad always said, “Are you a chump or a champ?” We’re champs and we’re ready to walk into the New Year like the high roller we are, are you with us or not?
There is also an associated festival of Little New Year ( 小正月 , koshōgatsu ) , traditionally celebrating the first full moon of the new year, on the 15th day of the first lunar month (approximately mid-February). This is now sometimes celebrated on January 15, in various main events of Koshōgatsu are rites and practices praying for a bountiful harvest; rice gruel with azuki beans ( 小豆粥 , azukigayu ) is traditionally eaten in the morning and is involved in the rice gruel divination ceremony . Further, New Year decorations are taken down around this date, and some temples hold events, such as at Tōrin-in .
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