ISM Raceway and Avondale to host New Year’s Eve fireworks display

Dec 24, 2018, 12:08 PM | Updated: 1:10 pm
(Facebook Photo | ISM Raceway...
(Facebook Photo | ISM Raceway

PHOENIX — A new event is coming to the southwest Valley.

ISM Raceway and the City of Avondale are hosting a 2019 New Year’s Eve fireworks show called “Race into 2019“.

A first-time event at the track, gates open at 6:30 p.m. and festivities include games, food and beverages, a DJ and other activities.

Parents can drop kids off at the Pitstop for Parents section for $10 per child or $25 per family.

The New Year’s Eve party will also be the last day of ZOOMTOWN Lights where the raceway is decorated with lights around the 1.6 mile course that visitors can experience from their car while driving around the track.

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ISM Raceway and Avondale to host New Year’s Eve fireworks display