New Year’s Eve Family Celebrations In Philadelphia

Al Pastor NEW FOR 2019

560 Wellington Square, Exton, PA 19341

(484) 341-8886

Early open 11:00am

Festivities begin 3:00pm

No cover

Al Pastor NYE for the Family!

Bring the entire family out for a day-time New Year’s Eve (day)celebration with an early open at 11:00am, an early ball drop at 3:00pm, live music from 12:00pm to 4:00pm, raffles for gift cards, toys and prizes, plus a pull string piñata drop, Dough Amigos pizza party, and more. Toast the new year with your loved ones with a champagne and sparkling apple cider toast at 3:00pm.


Lulu’s Casita

6 Cricket Ave, Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003

(610) 642-3623

Monday, 12/31

10:00am to 12:30pm

$20 per child

Rsvp to info@luluscasita.com to join the fun!

Countdown to Noon: White Fiesta Countdown

Bring the entire family for the 6th Annual White Fiesta Countdown to Noon Bash at Lulu’s Casita in Ardmore. Celebrate the New Year with a special performance of Philly Mad beatz drum line.Wear something white to bring in good luck for the New Year! Festivities include face painting, balloon drop, photo booth, pizza and apple juice to ast for the kiddies and complimentary mimosas for the parents! 


Ardmore Music Hall

23 E Lancaster Ave, Ardmore, PA 19003

(610) 649-8389

Doors 10:00am

Show 10:30am

$20 General Admission

New Year’s Eve (Day) Family Jam –Featuring Alex & The Kaleidoscope, Brunch, Balloons, Face-Painting and more.

Bring in the new year family style at The Ardmore Music Hall! Ardmore Music Hall’s New Year’s Eve (Day) Family Jam featuring Alex & The Kaleidoscope. The Ball drops at 12 (Noon) so you can party with your whole family: Twenty dollar tickets include access to balloon artist, face-painting, caricatures, arts and crafts, DJ dance party and amazing music by Alex & The Kaleidoscope! Cash bar for non-driving parents and a kid-friendly brunch menu! All ages are welcome to this annual Ardmore and Main Line tradition.

About Alex & The Kaleidoscope: Emmy® award winning children’s entertainer Alex Mitnick and his group of fun-loving musicians Alex & The Kaleidoscope has been captivating kids & adults alike with their fresh approach to music for young audiences for over a decade.Audiences clap along, sing, dance and improvise with the band, actively participating in the concerts creating a profound sense of community and connection. Songs like “Insect Tourists”, “Crocodile” and “Dino Dig” are not only a blast to sing and dance to but also teach us fun facts about the world around us. And “Mama’s In The Kitchen”, “Love Is All It Takes” and “Tell Me A Story” are sure to bring families together in a joyous moment of musical magic!Alex’s sensitivity, humor, and ability to connect with adults and children alike make these shows a wonderful experience for the entire family. An uplifting, feel-good concert that will leave audiences more connected to themselves, each other and the world around them!


Ardmore Music Hall

23 E Lancaster Ave, Ardmore, PA 19003

(610) 649-8389

Doors 8:30pm, Show 9:00pm

New Year’s Eve Bash with Splintered Sunlight (Grateful Dead Tribute) and Swift Technique

$22 in advance, $29 day of show, $79 VIP

By night, Ardmore’s music scene heats up with a special New Year’s Eve Bash featuring Splintered Sunlight (Grateful Dead Tribute) and Swift Technique.

Splintered Sunlight formed in 1992.”Splintered” quickly became the most popular Grateful Dead Tribute band in the Philadelphia area gaining praise from Dead Heads and Non Heads alike. Since that time, Splintered Sunlight has become a permanent fixture for music in the Mid Atlantic region.

After forming in 2007, local favorite Swift Technique has relentlessly toured, performed and recorded throughout the US. The extremely positive and contagious chemistry shared by the band has always been translated in the live setting. With the 2013 release of, “you boys be aight”, Swift Technique established themselves as an up and coming force in the recording industry. Although the group draws from many influences ranging Funk & Soul to Hip-Hop & Rock, their genre is uniquely Philadelphia.

Most recently, the band has held several high profile support slots, including sharing the stage with Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, The Motet, Fishbone, The Main Squeeze, Sister Sparrow & The DirtyBirds, JoJo Mayer, Big Sam’s Funky Nation and Sophistafunk.


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