Queen Mary representatives announced a New Years celebration on the Queen Mary that will span five cities. Aboard the Queen Mary, at the port in Long Beach in California, organizers have festivities planned that will include New Orleans, Moscow, Beijing, Tokyo, and Hollywood. The evening celebration begins at 8 p.m. and continues until 1 a.m.

Guests are invited to have Hurricanes on the Promenade deck in the spirit of New Orleans and Bourbon Street. The huge glasses filled with the rum concoction will help passengers celebrate the New Year New Orleans style. Cajun food, Mardi Gras beads, and jazz music will also be on deck.

In the Royal Room, Russian Mules will be the drink of choice. Aerialists and hip hop music will be the backdrop for this celebration.

The Sports Room will be filled with dragon dancers, lion dancers and a Kung Fu show for the Chinese flavor of Beijing. On the Verandah deck, passengers can look forward to sushi, sakitinis, karaoke, and DJ Barbie will spin her top 40 hits to celebrate Tokyo.

Finally, guests can sip champagne and dance to the Hedge Hog Swing Band in the Grand Salon to experience Hollywood’s glamour. Rooms may be booked aboard the Queen Mary, cabanas and other extras are available here.

 

The Queen Mary will bid farewell to 2015 in style. Leave your passport at home; this New Year's Eve around-the-world-party only requires a ticket to the Queen Mary. Regally berthed in Long Beach harbor since 1967 she will again host an epic night of entertainment festivities and culinary adventures inspired by international destinations. (PRNewsFoto/Queen Mary)

The Queen Mary will bid farewell to 2015 in style. Leave your passport at home; this New Year’s Eve around-the-world-party only requires a ticket to the Queen Mary. (Photo courtesy of the Queen Mary)

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