During every minute on December 31st, somebody somewhere in the world will be ready to ring in 2018. And Sky Zone Tampa wants to be part of those celebrations with their Noon Year’s Eve Celebration. That’s right... a Noon Year’s Eve celebration, where the countdown will be from 11 a.m. to noon. Kids too young to stay up until midnight can celebrate the New Year somewhere, and you’ll still have plenty of time to prepare the adults’ celebration in the evening, or go watch the final Tampa Bay Buccaneers game of the season at 1 p.m.

The Noon Year’s Eve celebration is kid-friendly, with family fun for all ages. Enjoy the final hours of the first half of the 365th day of 2017 by jumping high and straight into 2018. Instead of giving your loved one a kiss at noon, challenge them to a game of SkyJoust, or take the plunge together by diving without fear into the foam zone.

Sky Zone will be open until 9 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, enough time for family fun before the grown-ups make plans to toast champagne in another of Tampa Bay’s many spots to ring in 2018.

The Noon Year’s Eve Celebration is preceded by Toodler Time, featuring a meet and greet with P.J. Mask. Toddler Time is for ages 7 and under, so it’s perfect for the little ones to jump, jump, and jump some more without getting pushed out of the way by the bigger kids. Toddler Time with P.J. Mask meet and greet is Sunday, December 31st from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The cost to jump is $12.99 per toddler.

Sky Zone Tampa has events all weekend to help you get through the holiday break. On top of Noon Year’s Eve, they are open until midnight on Friday and Saturday, featuring their New Year’s Weekend Glow starting at 7 p.m. both weekend nights. Jump along with Sky Zone Tampa’s black lights and laser beams and end 2017 by testing the laws of gravity!

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