Ring in the New Year with comedic dinner and countdown party at Harrah's Reno

Music, champagne and fireworks in store at Harrah's New Years Eve Celebration

12/01/2006 2:32 PM

12/06/2006 12:40 PM

RENO, Nev. (November 30, 2006) -- Go out with a bang at Harrah's Reno, where the party will start early and run well into the New Year. Start with dinner and drinks in the transformed party atmosphere of Andreotti Italian restaurant, before heading over to the Sapphire Lounge for the ultimate New Years countdown extravaganza.

Champagne will be flowing at Andreotti as guests are treated to the operatic vocals of Pier Perotti, a legendary Reno restaurateur. Local musician, Corky Bennett will also be on hand, providing live entertainment by accordion and piano. Watch out, once partnered up, Pier and Corky are known for their dueling hilarities, which often lead to an evening of endless entertainment. Dazzle your palate with culinary creations, followed by many of Pier's personal recipes. Chef Stephen Tucker will work his magic in the kitchen, creating exclusive New Year's Eve specials. The four-course meal, including dessert, is $32 per person. Treat yourself to an entire evening at Harrah's with the special "New Years Eve Night on the Town Package." In addition to the four-course dinner, receive a ticket to either "Let the Good Times Roll," or "Rock my Ride" for $50 per person. To reserve your Night on the Town Package, call (775) 788-2900 or 1-800-HARRAHS.

After dinner, head over to the Sapphire Lounge for the ultimate New Year's Eve party. Special guest DJ Blend will heat things up at the martini bar and ultra-lounge, while partygoers celebrate the midnight countdown. Guests will receive complimentary hats, horns and a glass of champagne upon entry. Music starts at 9 p.m. Admission is $20.

Head outdoors to countdown the New Year and view a spectacular fireworks show, launched from the Harrah's Reno roof. This year's show is sure to be one of the best.

For more information, call (800) HARRAHS.


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