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New Year’s Eve w/ CHERYL & THE DOWN HOME BOYS
December 31, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The dinner portion of the evening is now sold out. NOTA BENE: We do NOT serve food from our regular menu this night– we are only open to those who sign up for the food and music package, (the food portion of which is sold out, to be redundant).
BUT- there are still seats for just the show starting at 7:00, and you can buy them below. Please arrive around 6:45 if coming just for the show.
Excited to have finally come with a great New Year’s Eve plan. It is our usual New Year’s Eve dinner* and music** package, but the twist is that
we are starting the MUSIC at 7:00– two sets separated by a dessert break. (As the New Year has not the ability to know the difference, we will welcome it at some point in the musical evening. And, if you so desire, you can greet it again in the comfort of your bed at midnight.)
We will open at 5:00 for those eating.
*DINNER will be served at 3 seating times: 5:15, 5:45 and 6:15. It will be chicken tchoupitoulas- a seasoned chicken breast on a bed of potatoes, mushrooms, and ham covered with Bernaise sauce, preceded by a creamy spinach garlic soup. Those of you who need a vegetarian or vegan option please alert us considerably in advance so that we can accommodate you. A dessert buffet will happen between sets. (Note that this is not included in the just for the show ticket price.)
**THE MUSIC: Also excited to have CHERYL & THE DOWN HOME BOYS providing music– a sweet acoustic blend of American roots music: old time country/ folk/blues and a bit of bluegrass. Cheryl Niemo‘s singing career began in her childhood home, accompanying country songs on the radio. Today those old country songs, along with a mix of americana music form a large portion of her repertoire. Her voice is beautiful and compelling, and she knows how to deliver a song. Pete Jonsson plays guitar and sings harmony. He plays in different styles, flat picking, finger picking, and slide guitar. On occasion a harmonica will find its way to the microphone. If it does, it’s Pete’s fault. Marty Brunkalla is a luthier by day and often a musician on evenings and weekends. His mandolin and fiddle are a testament to his skill at his day job, and his playing is exquisite, weaving counter melodies through the songs. Sometimes he joins in on a third harmony line.
Join us to ring in the New Year with joy, goodness and warmth, and carry it through the upcoming year.