The Great Pine Cone Drop 2019
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Join us in celebrating 20 years of the Great Pine Cone Drop!
Positioned three stories above the intersection of Leroux St. and Aspen Ave., the seven-foot-tall, metal ponderosa pinecone is the New Year’s Eve symbol of hope and new beginnings for the Northland. Throughout the holiday season, the festive ornament and decorated hotel will light up the cool mountain nights and serve as the centerpiece of the decorated historic district.
Join thousands of people ringing in the New Year at 10pm and midnight as the Great Pine Cone Drops from the HistoricView more
For the VIP Golden Ticket Event to have exclusivity to the Zane Grey Bar, Ballroom, & Balcony, please call 928-779-1919x 430. Space is limited!
For dinner reservations, please call 928-779-1919×430. Reservations start at 6pm.
Contact: 928-779-1919 x430
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As has been the case for two decades, there will be two lowerings for the 2018 Great Pinecone Drop on Monday, December 31: one at 10 p.m., to accommodate families with young children and to coincide with East Coast celebrations; and one at midnight. Both events will include music and sing-alongs, an inspirational message from Flagstaff Mayor Coral Evans and a massive countdown led by local DJ Mario as thousands fill the blocked-off streets to ring in the New Year. Fireworks set off by the City of Flagstaff will punctuate the moment as the mountain town ushers in 2019.
The Weatherford Hotel is offering limited seating for the semi-formal/formal VIP Golden Ticket Event from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Zane Grey Ballroom, which includes balcony viewing, appetizers, a buffet and prime rib carving station, three drink tickets, a champagne toast and commemorative Great Pinecone Drop 20th anniversary champagne flutes. VIP tickets are $125 per person and go on sale November 1. Live music will be offered on all floors of the hotel: Big Chad & the Southern Gentlemen will be performing in The Gopher Hole from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.; and, Rich Neville and the Monday Night Blues All Stars will be in Charly’s Pub from 6 to 10 p.m. Outside, baristas will be serving warm beverages from a coffee/hot chocolate station. All are encouraged to prepare for cold winter temperatures and possibly snow.
Corner of Aspen & Leroux Streets, Flagstaff, AZ