Welcome the New Year in Iowa 2013
Popular as a top state in agricultural production with unique vacation settings and must-see destinations, the state of Iowa located in the north-central United States, got its moniker from the Ioway people, an American Indian tribe that occupied the region prior to European exploration and settlement. Moreover, the rich country setting and the rich history behind the state provide the backdrop of some fascinating folklores such as ghost-haunted houses that are certain to enchant tourists. Its capital and largest city is Des Moines. Considered one of the safest states to live in, New Year’s Eve 2013 in Iowa will be a colorful and peaceful event for those avoiding troubles.
In Iowa New Year's Eve is celebrated as a time for renewal and new beginnings. It is an opportunity for the community to look ahead collectively with hope and optimism and appreciate their common bonds. The celebrations offer a wide variety of artists with a broad range of appeal. They are held in both indoor and outdoor venues in close proximity to each other. This year's activities in Iowa will again focus around Bayliss Park, and historic downtown such as City Hall, Union Pacific Railroad Museum, the Masonic Temple, and more. With over 70 performances by 25 different artists, New Year’s Eve celebration is sure to offer something for all ages.