Get your New Year’s resolutions ready! It’s time to say goodbye to 2015 and ring in the new year with fun festivities in and around Torrance.
Head down to Buffalo Fire Department for an evening of entertainment and a scrumptious dinner buffet. For $85 (tax included), guests can enjoy the sounds of Andy and Renee, a local duet making a name for themselves with their unique folk rhythms and funky covers of Bob Dlyan’s most popular tunes, as well as enjoy a four-course buffet featuring roasted meats, seasonal veggies, a chocolate treat and champagne toast at midnight. Buy your tickets today so you don’t miss your chance to put on your party clothes and celebrate Torrance-style.
Take a nostalgic trip back in time at Hey19 Public House. A retro pub that looks like it could be a set from “That 70’s Show” paying homage to PeeChees and Farrah Fawcett. Serving classic dishes with a modern twist, the drinkery is known for its mouth-watering cocktails. With the wells flowing and live entertainment from Retrofit, the New Year’s Eve celebration at Hey19 Public House will have something for everyone in the 21 and over crowd. Dance your booty off, enjoy the vibe and toast in celebration of the last day of 2015!
Ship out on The Queen Mary and bid farewell to 2015 with a legendary New Year’s Eve party. Sure to please all aboard, the Auld Lang “Shine” themed extravaganza features seven (yes, seven!) celebrations from destinations from around the world. Don’t miss the boat for this annual sell-out party! The ship’s three-and-a-half acres of decks and salon space will transform into local hot spots: New Orleans, Havana, Beijing, Lahaina, Hollywood, Tokyo and Moscow. With entertainment to match each international celebration, this is sure to be an unforgettable evening.
TIP! In order to enjoy the delicious food aboard, dining reservations are required.
Beach bums this is your New Year’s Eve celebration! Grab your flip-flops and welcome 2016 southern California style at the Hermosa Beach Pier New Year’s Celebration. Beginning at 8 p.m., the jazzy-swing sounds of an 18-piece orchestra inspired by Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett — Lou Giovannetti and His Big Band — will get everyone on the dance floor with performances of iconic standards. Complete with a countdown to the new year and a live video feed of the ball dropping in Times Square, this event is family-friendly and free! Arrive early to take advantage of the great restaurants bars within walking distance of the pier.
Right outside of Los Angeles and neighboring the charming beach towns of the South Bay, Torrance is the perfect place to greet 2016 with a night out at a local restaurant or an extended weekend stay to avoid inflated New Year’s Eve pricing with a quick Uber ride to all of the action. To book your New Year’s weekend in Torrance and for more on what to do when you are here, visit our hotels and explore pages at DiscoverTorrance.com.