Reunion Tower in downtown Dallas will once again shoot off fireworks to ring in the New Year.
The display, which has been illuminating the city skyline each winter since 2016, features more than 4,000 pyrotechnic effects that launch from the top of the 560-foot building colloquially known as The Ball. According to a statement, the show will start at 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 31 and last for 10 minutes into 2019.
"Reunion Tower is the defining centerpiece of the iconic Dallas skyline and has become recognizable not only across the Central time zone, but on the international stage as well," Chris Kleinert, chief executive officer of Hunt Consolidated Investments, which presents the show, said in a statement.
Last year, KXAS-TV (NBC5) hosted a late-night television broadcast that concluded with the fireworks show. No word yet on whether locals will be able to tune in on TV to watch the spectacular, but a spokeswoman for Reunion Tower says the landmark will stream the fireworks live on its Facebook page.
New Year's Eve is on a Monday in 2018. Wondering what else there might be to do? We already know that electronic music festival Lights All Night will take place the weekend before, on Dec. 28 and 29, at Market Hall in Dallas.