If you’re tired of the typical New Year’s Eve party scene in Toronto, you might want to consider ringing in the new year at the Royal Ontario Museum this year.
This December 31, the museum will be hosting its annual swanky New Year’s Eve bash, coined #ROMNYE, featuring the hottest bands and DJs, delicious hors-d’oeuvres, a complimentary toast at midnight, and exclusive access to the Zuul: Life of an Armoured Dinosaur and Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibits.
Now in its third year, #ROMNYE is offering party-goers access to two exclusive VIP dinner experiences, where dinner guests will enjoy hors-d’oeuvre, an elegant three-course meal with dessert and wine service, a private bar, and live entertainment, in addition to early entry at 7 pm.
The evenings live entertainment will include performances from Toronto’s kings of soul St. Royals, the captivating DJ Lisa Monet, and ‘Jack of all trades’ DJ Craig Dominic.
Party-goers will also receive a complimentary bag and coat check.
Ticket quantities for the VIP dinner are $250 and are extremely limited. Those interested are encouraged to purchase early. Early bird tickets for just the party are $90 and can be purchased online now.
So dust off your favourite party gown or suit, and get ready to ring in the new year in style. Last year’s party sold out fast, so make sure to snag a ticket ASAP.
When: December 31
Time: NYE exclusive dinner begins at 7 pm and the regular party runs from 9 pm to 2 am
Where: 100 Queens Park, Toronto
Tickets: Available online from $90
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