Residents of Thurston County really have it all: beautiful surroundings, amazing food and arts, and unabashedly wonderful neighbors. Our central location means that local institutions like the Lucky Eagle Casino can offer amazing, world-class entertainment on our very doorstep. With the family-friendly festivities of Christmas fast approaching, this means it’s time for Mom and Dad to plan for a New Years Eve night on the town!
We know the Lucky Eagle is the place for amazing concerts, comedy festivals, and decadent stay-cations, but they provide much more to our region. CEO John Setterstrom fosters an atmosphere of being “plugged into the community” and it shows. They’ve sponsored Grandparent’s Day at the annual Sand in the City festival as well as provide 12th Man Pride for Seahawk’s game day festivities.
According to Lucky Eagle Marketing Manger Lindy Waring, this New Years, there will be festivities galore. On Tuesday, December 31 Player’s Club members and casino visitors alike will be treated to an amazing night which starts at 8pm and parties on through 2am on January 1. All guests will receive free party favors and dance to the rocking music of Live 95’s DJ Steve Mohney. There will be $500 drawings between 8pm-2am for lucky Player’s Club participants with 7 winners over the course of the evening. Hungry party-goers are treated to the music of Radio 80 playing in the Scatter Creek Grill, which recently debuted a new menu for its diners.
A limited number of special hotel packages are also available. Included with the room reservation are two tickets to the New Year’s Eve VIP party. To reserve a room, contact the hotel at 800-720.1788.
Lucky Eagle is located off exit 88 near Rochester. No special RSVP is needed for this event so come and play through the out-with-the-old-in-with-the-new night.
British Naval officer and Parliamentarian Samuel Pepys once noted “Strange to see how a good dinner and feasting reconciles everybody.”
New Years Eve at the Lucky Eagle is sure to do just that for Thurston County and beyond.