Kick off 2018 in downtown Seguin
Posted on 12/28/2017 8:58:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- Several restaurants and bars in downtown Seguin will be ready to welcome revelers for the New Year's Eve weekend. 

The Aumont Saloon will be hosting a special event the night before on December 30 or New Year's Eve Eve.  The historic hotel will be the scene for a masked ball.  The formal event will start at 8:00 p.m. and go until 1:00 a.m.  The ball is free admission.  For more information, visit the Aumont's Facebook page,

Enjoy a fantastic evening at the Park Plaza Hotel and Chop House.  Offering special four course meal options, the hotel and restaurant wants to make your evening is special so you kick off 2018 in style.  There are two meal options to choose from, a horseradish and parsley stuffed Ribeye roast or creamy herb chicken.  The meal also includes a hors d'oeuvre, soup or salad and a dessert.  The evening includes champagne and party favors as well as entertainment provided by The DeLeon's.  The hotel is also offering a special room rate of $100 for the night.  For more information and to make your reservation, contact the hotel at (830) 584-4400.

Catch a live show featuring the blues and rock group Adam Johnson and the Pay Me's at Seguin Brewing Company.  The show will be from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 pm.  Austin Street Live will also have live entertainment from Rafeal Aviles fronting Emerson Biggins as they ring in the new year.  You can also enjoy live music at The Warehouse where the band Trick Question will perform. 

So gather up your friends and head downtown to ring in the new year and make your new year's resolution to come downtown Seguin more often. 

“2017 was a wonderful year for downtown Seguin and 2018 has promise to continue that positive momentum for downtown,” said Kyle Kramm, Main Street and CVB Director for the City of Seguin.

The Seguin Main Street Program wishes everyone a Happy Holiday and New Year!

By: Kyle Kramm, Seguin Main Street Program Director
Seguin Main Street Program; city of Seguin

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