DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER EXPECTED FOR NYE, THE FOLLOWING CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE TO THE SCHEDULE:
CHILDREN’S ENTERTAINMENT WITH DAN & GALLA HAS BEEN CANCELLED IN THE GARAGE.
THE ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULED FOR OUTSIDE BEGINNING AT 6:30 PM WILL BE MOVED TO THE GARAGE. THE ENTERTAINERS CAN BE INSIDE OR OUT IF NO RAIN.
PARKING AT EXELON ONLY. THERE WILL BE NO BUS SERVICE FROM KENNETT HIGH SCHOOL.
Come celebrate New Years Eve 2018 in downtown Kennett Square with family and friends! Weather permitting (no wind) the lighted Mushroom will be raised 100′ above the center of State & Union Streets.6:306
Laser Light Show begins at 6 PM http://www.laserlightshow.org
Kennett Brewing will be serving Food, Beer & Wine also beginning at 6:30 PM.
On The Roll Food Truck will be serving food and drinks this year.
Entertainment beginning at 6:30 PM
6:30 Vocalist Kevin Pierce
7:15 Rose Project
8:05 Longwood Performing Arts
8:20 Becca Adele
8:37 KMC Dancers
8:45 “Raising” the Lighted Mushroom will take place
10:00 Fred McCarthy during The Funsters break
Brought back by popular demand – The Funsters on stage from 9 pm ’til 12:30 am.
Kennett Square restaurants and some shops will be open for Midnight in the Square.
Make your reservations now for a great NYE in Kennett Square at the following restaurants:
- Kennett Brewing Company
- Kennett Square Inn
- Lily’s Asian Cuisine
- Verbena BYOB
Fran Keller’s Eatery will also be open…..
Parking is available at Exelon Way off E. Baltimore Pike
and Kennett High School with free shuttle buses running from 6 pm to 1 am
Public Safety: there are regulations on open containers in the Borough of Kennett Square. Open container laws refer to anything regulating open alcohol containers in public or in vehicles. Adherence to the local laws is mandatory and will be enforced. Bags will be checked at entrances. No Back Packs allowed.
The event is a joint venture of the Kennett Area Restaurant and Merchants Association and Mushroom Festival, a nationally-recognized annual event held in September, always the weekend after Labor Day.