Some more information for New Years Eve...http://www.the-signal.com/news/article/7039/
Some highlights of the article...
Pretty cheap, I expect a huge crowd. I think this is a good idea. It makes New Years for the whole family instead of just for adults to drink too much.
I've gone looking through pages of thread material looking for my answer, and maybe I just missed it, but I haven't found it.
SFMM's website says regarding the New Year's Eve party "All activities are included with park admission." However, this article says that tickets cost $29.99. So exactly what ticket are people buying for $29.99? Is SFMM discounting admission that much for New Year's Eve or am I really missing something here?
EBL wrote:^ On the winter wonderland note...it has been know to snow in Valencia, thus covering SFMM. Rides wouldn't likely be operating in such conditions, but people could still come in to shop, eat, etc. if they had a craft fair or something along those lines. One of the hills could be covered with snow to provide sledding if they chose to do that.
Um, the last time it snowed here was 1988, unless you count the extremely minor flurry (if it was even that) that we received in Jan '07.