Infographic: New Year’s Eve Celebrations in the U.S.
Are you planning a special New Year’s celebration this year? If so, check out this infographic that features just a few of the objects that are dropped during New Year’s eve celebrations around the United States . . .
A 12-foot LED ball in Times Square, New York City, New York
A large orange in Orange County, California
A 3-foot glowing pickle at Cucumber & Vine Streets in Mount Olive, North Carolina
A deuce of clubs in Show Low, Arizona
An 800-pound giant peach at Underground Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia
A 10-foot Gibson guitar in Niagara Falls, New York
A 3-foot giant wooden flea in Eastover, North Carolina
A large pine cone in Flagstaff, Arizona
A 100-pound fiberglass Peep in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
A dead 20-lb carp in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin
An 8-foot sardine and a plywood maple leaf in Eastport, Maine
11 locally-grown watermelons in Vincennes, Indiana
A ten-foot guitar at Hard Rock Cafe in Memphis, Tennessee
A drag queen in a giant ruby-red high heel in Key West, Florida
A 15-foot tall music note in Nashville, Tennessee
A 600-pound Moon Pie in Mobile, Alabama
A very large lighted golf ball in Hilton Head, South Carolina
An 800-pound beach ball in Panama City, Florida
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Curator: John Kremer