4 Weird Things Alabamians Drop on New Year's

Last Updated December 29, 2017
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Photo by Joseph Brooke / Flickr Creative Commons

Stars (And A Giant Glowing Peanut) Fell on Alabama.

To celebrate New Year's Eve, parties across the Alabama Gulf Coast have started dropping big, weird things from the sky. Here's where you can watch a giant MoonPie, beach ball, mullet (yes, the fish) and peanut drop at midnight.

MoonPie Over Mobile

MoonPie over Mobile
Few traditions are as deeply connected with South Alabama as the New Year's MoonPie Drop. Whether you’re in downtown Mobile...

LuLu's Noon Year's Eve Beach Ball Drop

Beach ball
Get your New Year's celebration out of the way 12 hours early at LuLu's in Gulf Shores. At the annual Noon Year's Eve bash, the...

New Year's Eve Mullet Drop

Flora-Bama Mullet Drop
Flora-Bama Ole River Grill, home to the iconic Mullet Toss, is adding to its mullet-themed events this year with its inaugural New Year's...

Dothan's 2nd Annual New Year's Eve Peanut Drop

Dothan New Years
Send out 2017 with a giant peanut in Downtown Dothan, also known as the Peanut Capital of the World. During the city's 2nd Annual New Year'...
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