New Year’s Eve in Midland Texas in 2013/2014 – feeling the energy of the Tall City
Located on the Southern Plains of Texas, Midland is the seat of Midland County and it has an estimated population of almost 115,000. It was founded at mid-distance between Fort Worth and El Paso in the late 19th century. Tourists spending the New Year’s Eve in Midland Texas in 2013/2014 will also have the chance to visit the hometown of former American president George Bush.
The city has a very dense cultural and artistic life, which is why it is home to an overwhelming number of galleries, art and music venues, orchestras and theatres. Some of these are the Mc Cormick Gallery, the Chateau Club on Wall Street and the Midland Community Theatre. Downtown Midland is a permanent attraction because of its magnificent skyline, which earned it the nickname the Tall City. The New Year’s Eve in Midland Texas in 2013/2014 will also mean spending quality time in outstanding museums, like the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, focusing on the oil industry, or the Museum of the Southwest, with exhibits related to the arts and culture of this part of the country.