Believe it or not, but it's almost time to change the calendar to 2022. We will remember 2020 for the massive winter storm that left our region paralyzed. Shreveport residents saw record numbers for snow and ice. Many of us also dealt with no water and/or power for some time during the storm.

We also have been dealing with COVID-19 for nearly 2 years. We thought there was light at the end of the tunnel just a few months ago, but then the Omicron variant began moving across the country.

Some large gatherings have been adjusted or cancelled and some communities are dealing with new restrictions. But if you are looking for a way to ring in the new year, we found several options that might fit the bill.

New Year's Events in Shreveport Bossier

You have lots of great entertainment options on New Year's Eve and even fireworks on New Years Day in Shreveport.


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