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More holiday parties in the U.S. are scheduled to begin this year.
The annual holiday party season, which runs from December 20 through January 2, will have at least 1,100 events across all 50 states, according to data from the Associated Press.
The Associated Press also said this year’s holiday parties are expected to have an average attendance of 2,000 people.
It was the third straight year that the party season has topped 2,200.
There are more than 100 parties planned for this year in all 50 States, with the highest attendance expected to be in Washington, D.C., with an estimated 3,000 guests expected to attend.
The majority of the parties are held in churches and other public places.
The number of weddings, anniversaries, and other celebrations is expected to drop slightly, but that doesn’t mean people will not be planning to have fun.
The AP’s data showed that weddings are expected down from 2,300 last year to 2,100 this year, while there will be fewer than 3,600 anniversaria events and about 2,600 celebrations.
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are expected in the next three weeks, while New Year’s Day will be the first full day of the year for most Americans, according the AP.
The numbers also show that the number of new weddings in 2017 is expected at least 8 percent higher than last year.
There is also expected to not be a significant drop in the number or frequency of people who are divorced or widowed.
The data also showed that fewer people are getting married in 2017 compared to 2016.
Last year, there were more than 9.4 million people getting married, down slightly from 10.3 million in 2016.
That number was down more than 25 percent compared to the year before.
The decline in the numbers of people getting wed has coincided with the drop in divorce rates.
In 2016, a majority of Americans, 51 percent, said they had never had a spouse or partner divorce.
This year, 51.6 percent said they did, according an AP-NORC poll.
According to the AP, more Americans are getting divorced than ever before, and this trend is expected continue throughout the year.