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Mississippi New Year’s Eve Events You Don’t Want to Miss

Jackson, Mississippi– Whether you see New Year’s Eve as welcoming a new year or bidding good riddance to 2014, here are some events you don’t want to miss. 

The first stop is at Bay St. Louis on the Mississippi Blues Trail at 100 Men Hall. New Orleans blues legend Little Freddie King will be ringing in the new year starting at 9pm.  Tickets are $50 a piece at the door, and they’ll have hors d’oeuvres and champagne throughout the evening. Contact 100 Men Hall for more information.

Then it’s up to the Thirsty Hippo in Hattiesburg for New Year’s Eve with Soup Kitchen and Stellatone. Soup Kitchen is for all the hip-hop fans, while Stellatone appeals to the rock tastes. The Thirsty Hippo will also have a complimentary toast at midnight to ring in the new year. That show kicks off at 9:30pm in the back room of the Thirsty Hippo, so getting there early is a good idea. For more information on the event or the Thirsty Hippo, check out their website.

For more family-oriented fun, it’s the Embracing a BOLD New Year event at Fondren Hall in Jackson starting at 8:30pm. Headlining the event is gospel rap artist Uncle Reece. There will be music and keynote speakers to prepare children and families to embrace the new year with confidence and boldness. Kids under 14 get in free. For information call 601-594-5829.



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