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Polished Edge: Celebrate the New Year in San Antonio




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Free and fun for the entire family, San Antonio is estimating more than a quarter-million partygoers to attend Celebrate San Antonio on New Year’s Eve. This rockin’ event will close out 2012 with live music on three stages and a savory assortment of worldly cuisines. When the clock strikes midnight, the San Antonio sky will illuminate with a spectacular fireworks display launched from the 750-foot Tower of the Americas.

Festivities begin at 6 p.m. on South Alamo between Market and Cesar Chavez streets and throughout HemisFair Park.

For more information on Celebrate San Antonio festivities, visit www.saparksfoundation.org/celebrate_sa.html and begin planning your San Antonio New Year at www.visitsanantonio.com.
 

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