Trip Holidays – January 6, 2019What’s in my holiday wishlists for 2018:If you’re looking for a new Christmas tradition this year, there are plenty of options to choose from, from themed celebrations, to special parties, to a whole range of holiday treats.

Here’s what we’ve got to offer this year.1.

The New Year’s Eve TreeParty in the skyThis year’s New Year to the New Year tree party will be held on January 7, 2019.

A total of 18,000 people are expected to gather to enjoy the show from 6pm until midnight.

The tree will be decorated with festive lights, decorations and a variety of colourful lights and colourful decorations.2.

Christmas Eve ParadeIn 2018, the Christmas Eve parade is being organised in the heart of the city, taking place in front of City Hall.

It will take place at 11am on January 11, 2019, from 11am to 5pm.

This year, the parade will take a different route to previous years, with a route that will lead from the centre of the CBD to City Hall, from which people can enter the city centre from the north and south sides.3.

New Year Concerts and DanceCrowds will be gathered in the city at 6pm on New Year, with music, dance and food.

A variety of activities will take over the city during the event, with children and adults of all ages taking part in the celebration.

There will be a variety the performances, from traditional to modern, including pop, jazz, blues, classical and even a ballet.4.

Christmas Parade and New Year FestivalThe parade will run along a number of streets, with stops along the way to see the lights.

It is scheduled to begin at 9am and will end at 5pm on the same street.

There are plans to create a series of events and activities around the city to celebrate New Year.

The event is expected to attract up to 30,000 to the city.5.

New Years Eve MarketAt New Year Eve, businesses in the CBD will be busy, with an anticipated market in the area of the Harbourfront at 7pm.

There is also a Christmas market in Parramatta, the CBD, on January 12.6.

New York Times Christmas Eve SpecialThe New York times Christmas Eve special will feature a New Year celebration at the Grand Central Terminal.

A new fireworks show is expected at midnight, with live music from DJs and a number will be playing at various venues around the terminal.

There’s also a New York City Christmas Market at Parramaca, the northern suburbs, from 8pm on January 17.7.

Christmas Tree PartyIn 2018 the New Years Tree Party will take the city by storm, with events taking place from 8:00am to midnight.

It has been a long time coming, but it’s finally here.

There will be festive trees, live music and even some festive displays.8.

New Zealand Christmas ParadeThe Auckland City Council has decided to have its own New Year parade in the capital.

It’s due to take place on January 13, 2019 from 8am to 8pm.

It features music, lights and dancing.9.

New year celebrations at the New Zealand Herald, AucklandNew Year’s celebrations are coming to the Herald, and the city’s mayor has been promoting the event.

The event will include entertainment, performances and special appearances from local New Zealanders and performers.10.

New york fireworksThe fireworks are expected at 9:45pm on December 31, 2019 in the New York, New York city borough of New York.

The city has also announced a New Years Day fireworks display at the Parramata Zoo.

The fireworks will take off from the zoo at 9pm.