Temecula's Grape Drop among numerous unique New Year's Eve events
Last updated 1/18/2018 at 10:18am
Hundreds flock to Old Town Temecula every Dec. 31 for a fun and unique tradition where a series of balls made to look like a cluster of grapes are dropped outside city hall twice: Once at 9 p.m. to sync with the New Year's Eve countdown on the East Coast and once again at midnight.
But, Temecula is not the only place with a unique way of ringing in the New Year. Across the country, cities have come up with themed and unique New Year's events. Here's a sampling of some of them.
The Flip Flop Drop
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