Nashville, Tenn. (Vocus) December 17, 2008
With 2009 just around the corner, the time to start planning for exciting New Year's Eve celebrations is now. Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center has just announced new discounts and experiences to its list of amazing parties. And with 2,881 guestrooms, party-goers have the option of dancing the night away, then simply taking a short elevator ride to their luxurious overnight accommodations to enjoy a peaceful night's rest.
- The New Year's Eve Disco Dance Party now includes a new, lower-cost option. For guests who want to boogie all night long but are not interested in enjoying the buffet dinner, general admission tickets to the party-only have been now been released for $50* for entrance at 10 p.m.. Guests may still choose a dinner party ticket including a New year's Eve Dinner Buffet, served from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., for $111*. The disco dance party-only option begins at 10 p.m. One- and two-night packages are also available.
- Tickets to the New Year's Eve Masquerade Gala have been discounted more than $60 each. Guests can enjoy a four-course gourmet dinner and dancing to live music from The Craig Duncan Orchestra for the new price of $135*, including gratuity and tax. One- and two-night vacation packages are also available.
- Gaylord Opryland is also proud to announce the first-ever New Year's Eve Party at Fuse Nightclub, the hottest place to ring in 2009. Those who want to party in pure VIP style should head to the only Vegas-style nightclub in Nashville, offering the biggest blow-out in town. For more information, go to http://www.fusenashville.com. Tickets to the party-only begin at $49**.
- Also new this year is a fun and safe way for families to celebrate. The New Year's Eve Delta Island Party includes magicians, face painting, balloons and fun food, and admission is free.
Don't forget the football before the party! Before all the fun on New Year's Eve, catch all the action at the 11th annual Gaylord Hotels' Music City Bowl, at 3 p.m., December 31, 2008, when Nashville's own Vanderbilt University plays Boston College. Both teams will be staying at the Gaylord Opryland Resort with many of their fans. The Music City Bowl is the most riveting college sports game that comes to Middle Tennessee and is Nashville's holiday tradition. Tickets to the game are available at http://www.musiccitybowl.com.
This New Year's Eve, don't be left out of the fun. For more on the excitement, go to: http://www.gaylordhotels.com/gaylord-opryland/specials-packages/assets/NYE-Party-Art-Online-310A07.jpg With new experiences and discounts, Gaylord Opryland makes it easy and affordable to plan a night like no other. For more information on any of these vacation packages or parties, please visit http://www.gaylordopryland.com. To book your New Year's Eve package, please call 1-888-999-OPRY (6779).
*21and older. Plus tax, including gratuity.
**Fuse party pricing is plus tax and gratuity. Parking is not included. Restrictions apply.
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