Ring in 2007 at New Year's Eve Rock 'N' Roll Ball

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Hyatt Regency Dearborn celebration to feature live performances by Unwritten Law and The Muggs.

Toast to the New Year with family and friends at the hottest Detroit New Year's Eve party, the first annual New Year's Eve Rock 'N' Roll Ball. This year's New Year's Eve Detroit celebration will be rung in with live entertainment by national recording artists Unwritten Law. Presented by 89X, the party will take place in two grand ballrooms at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn -- the most sophisticated and luxurious destination for New Year's Eve in Detroit. The party kicks off at 8:00 p.m. and rocks into the early morning until 2:00 a.m.

This New Year's Eve Detroit event will boast live entertainment from Southern California, power-punk band Unwritten Law. Also performing that evening will be some of the city's hottest bands: The Muggs, Gore Gore Girls and Bedford Drive. Guests will enjoy a huge dance floor, great food, multiple premium bars, plus a spellbinding DJ for dancing into the night. For the midnight countdown, a gigantic balloon drop and confetti shower will highlight the spectacular Detroit New Year's Eve Party. Partygoers can sip champagne while listening to live music and searching for that special midnight kiss.

The Details:

General Admission: $47 -- Price includes admission, party favors, champagne toast

General Admission and dinner: $99 plus tax and gratuity

Room Packages

Package A: Room and 2 tickets $249 plus tax

Package B: Room and dinner $279 plus tax

Package C: Room, dinner and 2 tickets $379

For tickets and additional information on hotel packages, contact http://www.bigcreekevents.com or the Hyatt Regency Dearborn at http://dearborn.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/offers/details.jsp?specialOfferId=904546&src=tig_dttrd_prwebnye or 1-800-233-1234. Join us for a spectacular New Year's Eve In Detroit.

Tickets for this Detroit New Year's Eve Celebration are available at Ticketmaster.com.

Attire is casual to classy, "come as you are", 21 and over.


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