STAR 102.5′s Downtown Countdown

STAR 102.5′s Downtown Countdown

Join Jimmy Wright and Luke Matthews as they broadcast live from Iowa’s BIGGEST New Year’s Eve Party—at the Embassy Suites Downtown!

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YOU CAN’T BUY TICKETS!
Only two ways to attend this party: Buy a room package or win tickets on STAR. No single tickets will be sold.

Reserve your package today! Two adults admitted for each. Up to four total people can stay in a room with additional tickets purchased by calling the Embassy Suites Downtown at 515-244-1700 or visiting them online.

BUY ROOM PACKAGES

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AWESOME ENTERTAINMENT
In addition to Jimmy and Luke playing commercial-free party music from 7pm–1am, you can also hear live music from According to Andrew, Shy Violet, and favorites The Spazmatics. There’ll be free champagne, party favors and Iowa’s largest balloon drop at midnight!

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UPSCALE DINNER
Enjoy an upscale dinner with a pasta bar, mashed potato bar, sliders, carving stations and more from 7–10pm. Plus, enjoy FREE drinks at the Embassy Suites Manager’s Reception from 5:30–7:30pm and a free cooked to order breakfast on New Year’s Day.

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HOW CAN I WIN TICKETS?
We’ll have chances for you to win tickets to STAR 102.5′s Downtown Countdown with giveaways with Big Ken and Colleen, Clip It with Karess and with the Weekend STAR. Also, make sure you like STAR on Facebook and follow STAR on Twitter for extra chances to win tickets.

Please note: this NYE party is for those 21 years of age or over!

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