The secret is out, Dru Hill and Spinderella will be the featured artists for the New Year's Eve event at Festival Park in Downtown Fayetteville, to ring in 2024. Cool Spring Downtown District announced the lineup for the "Night Circus: A District New Year's Eve Spectacular" event on December 31. "Jam-packed with a variety of carnival attractions including stilt walkers, fire dancers, roving magicians, festive food, live music, and more, the Night Circus NYE Spectacular atmosphere will be alive with color, lights, and sound," a release from Cool Spring said. "A selection of your favorite food trucks will be on the scene with tasty treats to delight the senses." Dru Hill gained massive fame in the 1990s, and is celebrating over 25 years together, in some form at least. They are best known for songs like "These Are the Times," and "In My Bed." They are also probably most well known for the solo success of co-founder Mark Andrews, who you likely know as Sisqo. His fame - particularly for "Thong Song," is widely known. As the event reaches midnight, Cool Spring will have Fayetteville's newest New Year tradition going on. A"ttendees will be drawn in by the rousing party rhythms of local DJs and local musicians, amping the crowd energy leading up to DJ Spinderella and Dru Hill taking the party to the next level. At midnight, as we transition from 2023 to 2024, organizers will raise the large radiant 18ft multi-colored star into the sky - a symbol of our City - that will be visible from a distance, illuminated by a spectacular burst of fireworks, as our community rings in the New Year in amplified fashion." The New Year's Eve event is free, and will take place at Festival Park in Downtown Fayetteville.