(CNN) – Can not make it to New Square on New Year's Eve? Do not worry – it is likely that a celebration is taking place in your area.
In this city in West Georgia, once called "Possum Snout", a stuffed opossum is lowered into a ball which is decorated with lights from one of the oldest buildings of Tallapoosa.
. 2 Mobile, Alabama: MoonPie drop
Festivities begin with the cutting of the world's largest edible MoonPie and a second-line parade followed by musical performances before the 600-pound MoonPie falls.
. 3 Flagstaff, Arizona: Pine Cone Waste
The Pine Cone represents Flagstaff's location in North America's largest contiguous Ponderosa pine forest.
. 4 Temecula Valley, California: Grape
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Partygoers gather for live music at dusk before the grapes come down with an East Coast and West Coast countdown.
. 5 Key West, Florida: Some to choose from!
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One: A stewardess flies
Three: Lower the Pirate Bitch
Four: Conch Shell Drop
The Conch Shell is a lasting symbol of Key West, and this drop takes place above Sloppy instead of Joe
Five: Key Lime Wedge
The Ocean Key Resort has a fake key lime wedge that shoots into a huge margarita glass.
. 6 Panama City Beach, Florida: Beach Ball Drop
The first one is at 8pm. for the younger crowd, where 10,000 inflatable beach balls are dropped from above, followed by fireworks. The second is the midnight countdown, during which a 800-pound LED illuminated water polo is lowered for the countdown to the New Year, followed by more fireworks.
Both take place in Pier Park, Panama City Beach, and music actors line up.
. 7 Boise, Idaho: Potato drop
In addition to the fireworks and the potato drop (the slogan is #DropItLikeItsHot), there are wrestling matches, an ice sculpture, a snow park, live music and a dance floor.
. 8 Vincennes, Indiana: Drops of watermelon
Instead of slowly lowering a glittering sculpture of a melon (boring!), Throw a pile of real watermelons onto a raised wooden "splatform".
In this heated tent in Indiana, you can also enjoy live music in a heated tent town on the banks of the Wabash River opposite Illinois.
. 9 Hagerstown, Maryland: Donut Drop
The festivities begin at 5 pm. with free donuts and hot chocolate and ends at 7pm. down the Hagerstown Bell Tower with the six-foot, 300-pound replica.
10th Princess Anne, Maryland: muskrat & # 39; dive & # 39; in
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. 11 Savannah, Georgia: Up the Cup
12th Mount Olive, North Carolina: Pickle Drop
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This waste starts early at 19.00. ET – this is midnight in the Greenwich Mean Time – children and adults in early sleep participate. There is also a cannery to feed hungry neighbors.
Port Clinton, Ohio: Walleye Drop
In the Walleye capital of the world, located on the shores of Ohio's Lake Erie, New Yorkers are teeming with a 20-foot walk in the New Year – and 600-pound fiberglass modeled after the city's mascot, Wylie the Walleye.
fourteenth Lebanon, Pennsylvania: Drop from Bologna
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The organizers promise dance and food as part of festivities, including, of course, free Bologna sandwiches.
15th Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania: Wrench drop
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sixteenth Folly Beach, South Carolina: Flip Flop Drop
17th Plymouth, Wisconsin: Big Cheese Drop
Courtesy of the Plymouth Arts Center
The 80-pound The metal wedge is lowered by a 100-foot lorry ladder. The subsidence at the Plymouth Arts Center ends at 22.00. to make it a family-friendly affair, but the wine-cheese party continues with a toast at midnight.
18th Atlanta, Georgia: Peach Drop
A gigantic peach of 800 pounds is the centerpiece of the celebration, symbolizing the official fruits of the state.
19th Bethlehem, Pennsylvania: PEEPS Chick Drop