Aliza (azila) wrote in seattle,
Aliza
azila
seattle

2007

My friend and I have no idea what to do for new years. She's 18, and I'm 17... Does anybody know of some fun all age new years events in Seattle? As in, something that will actually go on into the new year. I found a few all age events, but they were earlier in the day, and then a 21+ show in the evening... That's no good... The only other non-21+ event I found was studio seven, but neither of us want to go to that. If there's nothing happening, we can just find something to do at home, but it's worth a try. So... Is there anything else happening that I've missed in my research? Any help would be great. Thanks!

Edit: My first thought was a concert or something, not a house party. If we can't find any events then we can party at a friends house. I was just wondering if there was anything like music, fireworks, or some kind of show that we could go to. Thanks.
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