Ball Drop: Should Downtown Kansas City Celebrate New Year's Eve Despite COVID Spike?!?!

The question is important because Kansas City taxpayers will be paying for it.

Mixed feelings about the event . . .

Even in the best of times, the P&L District crowd should be avoided on general principal and because they're tacky. 

However . . .

Obeying government demands to stay indoors, maintaining dress codes crafted by un-elected officials and overall capitulation to Anderson Cooper (the alpha of CNN) is getting kinda tiresome. 

And so, here's a peek at party plans . . .

Organizers said the celebration, NYE Live!, will include "exclusive access to up to 10+ bars and nightclubs, New Year’s themed party favors, confetti cannons, a 360-degree photo booth, champagne toasts and the city’s most anticipated countdown to midnight – complete with a 'Times Square' ball drop."

Read more via news link and you decide . . .

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