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Rockin' the Rims Adds More Attractions

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The Rockin' the Rims New Year's Eve party that will hit the streets of downtown Billings, has more big announcements to make.

Aside from a light show, live DJ and a new year's ball. Mack Productions, Inc. has now added pyrotechnics and a gigantic twenty four foot jumbo screen.

"So we decided to go with some more. If you're coming out for New Year's Eve, it's going to be quite the experience. Not only will you get to see the ball and the lights and the dancing and the music, but you're going to see a fantastic pyrotechnics show, too," said Kim Welzenbach, President of Mack Productions, Inc.

General admission is $5 at the gate. If you still need your VIP ticket, there are only twenty left. You can get yours by either going to mackproductionsinc.com or by calling the Downtown Billings Association.

There will also be a VIP ticket give away on Friday night at the west end Bottles and Shots; where a pair of tickets will be awarded to a lucky winner between 5:30 and 7:30.

 

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