Celebrate New Years Eve at the Historic Rice Mill in Charleston, SC

HISTORIC RICE MILL TO HOST “MIDNIGHT AT THE RICE MILL”

December 31, 8pm-1am

CHARLESTON, SC – The Historic Rice Mill is excited to announce a New Year’s Eve celebration, Midnight at The Rice Mill, from 8pm – 1am complete with music from DJ Moo Moo, delicious cuisine, an open bar, and a midnight champagne toast. Early bird ticket prices for General Admission and VIP Tickets are available through November 30 and will increase to full price starting December 1. Ring in the New Year at the Historic Rice Mill overlooking the Ashley River and enjoy an upscale, celebratory affair. Black-tie attire is encouraged.

“We are so excited to kick off the New Year with this amazing event. As the first annual Midnight at the Rice Mill, we are going to make it memorable with delicious food and dancing all evening long. We look forward to hosting our guests and hope everyone can ring in 2018 at this spectacular event” says Jenna Tito, Lead Sales Manager for the Historic Rice Mill

Ticket details:

  • General Admission:

$100 per person through November 30

$125 per person starting December 1

  • 9pm – 1am
  • Open bar
  • Food stations
  • Champagne toast at midnight
  • VIP Ticket Package

$125 per person through November 30

$150 per person starting December 1

  • 8pm-1am
  • Champagne greeting
  • Open bar + extra hour
  • Passed hors d’oeuvres
  • Food stations
  • Champagne toast at midnight

Tickets are now available and all attendees must be 21 years or older.  For additional information and to purchase tickets, visit www.historicricemill.net.

The Historic Rice Mill: 17 Lockwood Dr., Charleston, SC 29401

www.historicricemill.net  843.723.7952

About the Historic Rice Mill:

Built in 1861, The Historic Rice Mill building is one of downtown Charleston’s most spectacular waterfront venues featuring versatile indoor and outdoor event space. The Historic Rice Mill offers unparalleled sunset views over Charleston’s own Ashley River and is the only of Charleston’s three original antebellum rice mills that still stands today. The Historic Rice Mill Building is also the exclusive venue to Good Food Catering, a full service catering and event management service established by Holy City Hospitality group and the creators of restaurants 39 Rue de Jean, Coast Bar and Grill, Virginia’s on King, Vincent Chicco’s, Michael’s on The Alley and The Victor Social Club.

 

 

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