Are you looking for something fun to do to ring in the New Year and support a good cause? Well, The Wallace Theater is bringing its first-ever New Year’s Eve Gala to Levelland.

On December 31st, they will host a black-tie cocktail event, hor devours, open bar, live music, and casino-style gaming. The open bar includes beer, wine, and premium liquors from 8:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Then a bar-on-consumption will be available from 11 p.m. to 11:45 p.m.

There will be an open bar and photographer to get all the glamourous pictures there. There will also be live music and a stand-up comedian there too.

While you are there you can get lucky with two raffles with lots of prizes like a diamond. Along with the raffle, there will be a silent auction, bingo, and a casino to play games. Your ticket comes with a free first bingo card and the first round of chips for the casino. Each casino game or bingo game win gives you the chance to be entered into a prize drawing!

They are asking everyone (even if you don't attend the event) to join in at Houston and Avenue H at midnight to watch the ball drop. It definitely sounds like a great time to check out and help raise money for the theater.

Tickets for this event are $150 per person and can be purchased on their website and you can find out more information about the event here. The event starts at 8:30 p.m. The Wallace Theater is located at 823 Houston Street in Levelland, TX. 

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