New Year’s Eve at Chihuly Garden and Glass is a hip way to usher in the new year, and what better spot is there to view Seattle’s best fireworks? While there, you can tour the acclaimed artwork, enjoy scrumptious appetizers and desserts in the Glasshouse, and grab a partner to dance the night away with to the Michael Benson Band, but be sure to stop long enough to clink glasses in a champagne toast for all the promise that a new year brings with it. We can’t think of a better way to wind down the year then with a very special Chihuly New Year’s Eve celebration.
Set the tone for 2017 at Seattle’s most famous art gallery. It is an ideal place to ring in the new year under cover of the glittering beauty of Chihuly’s art sculptures, not to mention the best seats in the house for viewing the fireworks under the glass. Just the same, Have a Heart Belltown is the right place to shop prior to the party. This downtown Seattle weed shop is so much more than your average pot shop, with a large selection of flowers, edibles, concentrates and more, along with a friendly and knowledgeable group of budtenders who go out of their way to clarify and answer any questions you have.
What’s extra special about attending Chihuly New Year’s Eve is this isn’t your typical garden-variety New Years Eve get-together. You’ll be rubbing elbows with your peers and colleagues who share the same passion for art and the same love of the social circuit. This will allow you to start the year off on the right foot, truly appreciating the finer things while enjoying the thrilling heady Have a Heart cocktail you’ve ingested prior to the show. Let yourself truly savor any giddy, creative, upbeat and social sativas and hybrids to be found at the most popular Seattle pot shop. Check the Have a Heart Menu for available strains to keep you energized all night and then later maybe an indica to lull you into the kind of sleep worthy of the transition from 2016 to 2017.
Visit the following page for more info and to buy tickets to the Chihuly Garden and Glass New Year’s Eve, December 31st, from 8 pm to 1 am.