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    #BOOM! in Your Living Room – WeHo’s Alcohol-Free NYE Party is Going Virtual

    In 2020, the West Hollywood City Council approved the cancellation of all major special events in the City of West Hollywood through the end of 2020. However, the city remains in a declared local emergency in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, so the City of West Hollywood decided to continue the cancellation of many large-scale events and gatherings during 2021, including a large Pride celebrations in June, and the Halloween Carnaval. The same goes for the popular alcohol-free NYE Party #BOOM! 2022.

    This year #BOOM! is coming to your living room. The drug and alcohol-free NYE party is going virtual with a live-broadcast hosted by West Hollywood’s own premier drag performer Salina EsTitties.

    The broadcast will feature:

    – Music from djquinnc
    – Celebrity Guests
    – Musical performances and Entertainment
    – A midnight countdown

    The first 300 guests to register will receive a ‘party in a box’ kit with decorations, swag and refreshments to celebrate 2022 with a #BOOM!. Details to come.

    The party starts Friday, December 31, 2021 at 9:30, Pacific Time, New Year’s.

    #BOOM! was founded by Jimmy Palmieri and 5 other dedicated community members. The idea was born out of a need for a safe space on New Year’s Eve for the recovery community and individuals who want a drug and alcohol-free NYE party celebration.

    The event is sponsored by the City of West Hollywood in partnership with Tweaker’s Project, West Hollywood Recovery Center, APLA Health, and West Hollywood Project,

    The West Hollywood Project is part of the Institute for Public Strategies (IPS) and is focused on working with the City of West Hollywood to improve public health and safety through preventing problems related to binge and underage drinking. IPS is a nonprofit organization, utilizing evidence-based strategies to help communities make lasting improvements in health, safety, and quality of life. IPS is currently funded by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health, Substance Abuse Prevention and Control to implement multipronged projects in four communities including West Hollywood.

    For more information, and to register, visit: https://boomweho.com.

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    Jimmy palmieri
    Jimmy palmieri
    2 years ago

    Thank you wehotimes.com for the coverage! We all need a safe place to be in these times! What better place than your home with your safe circle of friends????

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