We've arrived at the last weekend of 2018! Christmas may sadly be over, but New Year's Eve in Orlando is just around the corner, which means yet another extended holiday weekend! As the year comes to an end, take a look at this list of things to do in Orlando and comment below how you will be spending the last weekend of the year.
When: Sat. Dec. 29th | 10:20 AM
Where: Lake Eola Park
The Orlando Citrus Parade comes to downtown Orlando on December 29th. In addition to its signature citrus floats made of tangerines, grapefruits and oranges, the parade will feature local celebrities, large-scale parade floats, marching bands, and group performances.
When: Sat. Dec. 29th | 7 PM
Where: Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
Dr. Phillips Center Presents Sebastian Maniscalco: Stay Hungry Tour at the Walt Disney Theater.
When: Sat. Dec. 29th | 1 PM
Where: Orlando Brewing
Thirteen ladies who work to bring fresh local craft beer to Central Florida have collaborated to create a 2019 calendar for a cause. This is the release party. Profits from 2018 calendar sales & the release party will be donated to the Harbor House.
When: Sun. Dec. 30th | 2 PM
Where: Wall Street Plaza
The Florida Vintage Market is a unique shopping experience in the heart of Downtown Orlando! Located on Court St. where you will enjoy a variety of vendors curating some of the best in vintage garments, jewelry, and handmade goods!
When: Sun. Dec. 30th | 12-7 PM
Where: Maxine's on Shine
Heart Strings and Maxine's on Shine Present The 15th Annual John Lennon Tribute & Holiday Fundraiser. Two stages will feature dozens of your favorite Central Florida musicians performing solo to full band. This year’s event will be an all ages and dog friendly. $10 admission.
When: Fri. Dec. 28th | 9 PM
Where: Celine Orlando
Celine Live & Team Events present Dada Life New Year's Eve 2019 Celebration. Doors: 9PM | 18+
When: Fri. Dec. 28th | 5:15 PM
Where: Camping World Stadium
The 29th Camping World Bowl matches the No. 16 West Virginia Mountaineers (8-3) from the Big 12 and the No. 20 Syracuse Orange (9-3) from the ACC. Head to the FanFest before the game right outside the stadium to enjoy interactive games, and food and drinks.
When: Sat. Dec. 29th | 6 PM
Where: The Beacham
Foundation Presents Stick Figure with The Movement.
When: Sat. Dec. 29th | 8 PM
GameTime will host UFC232 for two title fights - Jones vs Gustafsson, and Cyborg vs Nunes live on over 65 TVs. No cover, no reservations needed.
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