2021 is coming to a close and was one for the books! Downtown Rome was filled with a sense of celebration and change. We celebrated local artists at the Ellen Axson Wilson Art Festival, welcomed bluegrass lovers at Fiddlin’ Fest, paraded down Broad Street with Schnauzer Fest, and embraced change with the passing of the Dining District.
With 2021 behind us, it’s time to start celebrating the year to come! And what better way to do that than by ringing in 2022 downtown?! Several of our downtown businesses are hosting New Year’s Eve events. Which one will you be attending?
Giggity’s Sports Bar will be opening at 11am and will have the Alabama vs. Cincinnati Bearcats at 3:30, followed by the Georgia vs. Michigan Wolverines game at 7:30. DJ Slick Rick will be spinning 2021’s biggest hits. And don’t the miss the champagne toast at midnight! No cover charge required
Next on our list a 1920’s style masquerade party at The Vogue. Celebrate New Year’s with music by DJ D-Low, heavy hors d’oeuvres by Harvest Moon Catering, a photo booth and a complimentary midnight toast. A full cash bar will be available all night. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased HERE
Get ready to dance the night away at Peaches! Peaches will be having a cash balloon drop, a live DJ until 2am and opportunities for the perfect 2022 NYE selfies. Doors will be opening at 2pm and you must be 18+ to attend.
Last but certainly not least, join the Sizzling Sisters at Tortaco as they twirl into 2022! Enjoy Tortaco’s delicious Mexican bites and drinks as the performers dazzle. Must be 18+ to attend. Tickets can be purchased HERE
We know quite a few of you will be partaking in adult beverages – PLEASE remember that downtown offers the Roman Chariot service! This is a free service made available by Georgia’s Rome Office of Tourism, Downtown Businesses (BID), City of Rome, Floyd County & Forum River Center. Just text 706-413-2822 for pickup! The Roman Chariot will be running until around 1:30am on NYE. This is a great way to keep you and your friends safe!
Happy New Year from the Office of Downtown Development!