The City of Fullerton will be celebrating the 27th anniversary of the annual “First Night Fullerton” on Monday, December 31, 2018 from 7:00 p.m. to 12 midnight. This popular family-oriented, alcohol-free event will take place in Downtown Fullerton on Harbor Blvd., Pomona Ave., and Wilshire Ave. The event is free to the public and has an estimated attendance of over 15,000 guests every year.
This year’s festival will feature musical stage performances by a variety bands, roaming entertainment, games, food vendors, activities and more. The festival ends at midnight as the sky lights up with an incredible aerial display of fireworks to ring in the New Year.
The Plummer Parking Structure - located at the S/W corner of Lemon and Chapman Ave.
All City parking lots WEST of Harbor Blvd. - enter from Commonwealth Ave.
The Transportation Center lots and parking structure located at the S/E corner of Harbor Blvd. and Commonwealth Ave.
Fullerton College (Parking lots located off of Lemon and Chapman Avenues)
Each of these lots has designated parking spots for the disabled
The "First Night" program began in Boston in 1976, as a cap to the nation's bicentennial. The event's goal is to broaden public appreciation of the visual and performing arts while offering an alternative to the traditional New Year's Eve celebrations which focus on alcohol and drinking.
There are now several hundred “First Night” cities throughout the United States and Canada. Fullerton was the first California city to offer the event, and is the only Orange County community to present a “First Night” celebration this year.
Persons requiring special accommodations to attend the event are asked to notify the Museum prior to December 31.