Children’s Museum of Houston’s Rockin’ New Year’s Noon
This end-of-year bash at the Children's Museum of Houston rings in the New Year at the stroke of noon with a parade and shimmering ball drop.
You don't have to wait until midnight to celebrate the New Year! Welcome 2020 with the Children’s Museum of Houston’s Rockin’ New Year’s Noon! It's the city’s longest-running New Year’s Eve celebration just for kids. This end-of-year bash rings in the New Year at the stroke of noon with a parade and shimmering ball drop, just like in Times Square! Musical talents will spotlight this New Year’s Eve celebration complete with noon countdown, TWO simultaneous ball drops and DJ dance after party!
Festive New Year's Hats: What would New Year’s be without a festive new hat?
New Year's Noisemakers: Ring in the New Year with a festive noisemaker.
Magic by Jamie Salinas: Prepare to be mystified by the man who has performed for royalty and celebrities.
Party with DJ Tangerine: Get ready to welcome the New Year with upbeat tunes.
Dance Party with DJ Mr. Duke: Put on your dancing shoes and move to the beat.
Juggler Noah: This talented performer really can juggle it all!
Countdown and Simultaneous Ball Drops: Celebrate the New Year with a countdown to noon!
(Second ball drop in Brown Auditorium; auditorium doors open at 11 a.m.)
DJ After Party: Just because the ball has dropped, doesn’t mean the party is over!