Apollo Beach is throwing a huge New Year’s Eve fireworks show – what it calls the largest in the state – and you can watch it live on your smart phone, tablet, or online at ABCActionNews.com. Watch it here Thursday night.
The 23rd annual event includes a variety of entertainment, such as music, drama, dance, art and games, in addition to fireworks. Advance tickets cost $10 for adults and $5 for children between 6 and 12. Prices increase Thursday to $15 for adults and $10 for children between 6 and 12. Children younger than 5 are free.
Don’t want to keep your kids up until midnight? You can take them to Legoland. Instead of a ball, the park is dropping a giant Lego brick at 8 p.m. – early enough for bedtime. The event also includes music and fireworks.
Ring in the new year atop the Ft. Brooke parking garage in downtown Tampa at 107 N. Franklin St. Tickets to the 21 and up only party are $175 until Dec. 29. Tickets at the door will be $200. The event includes an open bar, entertainment and a free shuttle from certain Tampa neighborhoods.