What's happening this New Year's Eve?

Posted at 11:09 PM, Dec 30, 2015
and last updated 2015-12-31 02:09:40-05

If you don't already have plans, several events are scheduled for tonight to usher in the New Year.

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The House of Blues will host a New Year's Eve block party featuring various musical acts starting at 9 p.m.

A pair of New Year's Eve shows will take place at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach at 5:30 p.m. Candye Kane opens and Los Lobos takes the stage at 9 p.m. The Belly Up Tavern is located at 143 S. Cedros Ave.

Stone Brewing in Liberty Station is hosting a New Year's Eve celebration complete with a dance floor and live DJ, photo booth with prints, bocce ball courts, three glasses of draft beer or select wine of your choice and more. Tickets are $99 per person.

The Bahia Resort Hotel has a New Year's Eve Party Package that includes a one-night stay, a party cruise aboard the Bahia Belle on Mission Bay, a midnight toast and party favors. Prices start at $199.

Big Night San Diego New Year's Eve is back again at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront. Tickets range from $74.99-$299.99. Room rates start at $186.

The Fairmont Grand Del Mar is bringing in the New Year with seasonal menus and sparkling wines to toast to 2016. The price ranges from $95-$325. More information can be found here.

If you're with kids this year, Legoland is celebrating just like the famous Times Square. The celebration from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. features a kid's concert and countdown to the new year followed by a huge LEGO brick dropping 22 feet into the new year and a fireworks display. The celebration is included with admission.

The Living Coast Discover Center will celebrate with the East Coast ball drop at 9 p.m. PST/12 a.m. EST. The event will feature a hot chocolate bar with fresh baked cookies and treats, a toast a "midnight", wildlife animal encounters and a fun family souvenir photo to ring in 2016. Price is $10-$14.

Area nightclubs and major hotels also plan New Year's Eve celebrations tonight.

Law enforcement officials caution revelers to use public transportation, taxis, or services like Lyft and Uber if they plan to drink.

The Metropolitan Transit System and North County Transit District will offer late buses, trains and trolleys.