First Night Morris Celebration In Morristown New Jersey

Dated: 12/30/2015

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December 31, 2015 marks the 24thyear for New Jersey’s biggest and brightest New Year’s Eve family-friendly, alcohol-free celebration of the arts – with nearly 200 artists, over 85 events in 24+ venues – representing dance, theater, music, world cultures, visual arts and children’s events.  

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For all 24 years, Morris Arts has served as First Night’s artistic programmer, securing topflight talents who attract thousands of people from throughout the state and beyond.  More than half of the program features new artists (or artists returning after several years), many of whom have performed at top venues (the White House, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Madison Square Garden), won international recognition, performed on national radio/TV, in major films and/or collaborated with superstars of performing arts. 

On that night, for a remarkably affordable price ($17.50-$25!), you can ring in the New Year in style in the Morristown Green and nearby streets (shuttle service between venues is provided).  Tickets required for admission, and there are discounts for group purchases of 4.  Children under 4 are free.  Get yours on-line or at the Mayo Box Office.

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