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It’s all about New Years Eve in Lethbridge this week

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This week is all about New Years Eve — going out with the old and bringing in the new.

 There are a heap of shows happening on New Years Eve this year. There are a lot of New Year’s Eve options featuring live music.
Who’s Yer Daddy are just one of the bands playing  New Years Eve in Lethbridge. Photo by Richard Amery There is the big  rock show at the Stone with the Dudes and Phantom Creeps. Bbut blues fans will want to check out the Janni Lee band at the Slice. There is a five dollar cover for that show.

There is no cover at the Owl Acoustic Lounge where the Necessities will be performing.

 There is also no cover at Scores South where  Band of Brothers will be performing beginning at  approximately 9 p.m.

 And, if you want to dance, Hippodrome will be playing the Casino Lethbridge. There is no cover for that show either.

If you like modern rock, Double Jack are playing Bo Diddly’s  for their New Year’s Eve party, which begins at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $25 in advance if you want to book a table plus  a mini beef wellington dinner, champagne at midnight at  10 extra 50 50 tickets. Regular tickets cost $20 including five extra 50 50  tickets a half pound of riblets and champagne at midnight or $15 at the door including champagne at midnight.

 For classic rockers, Who’s Yer Daddy play the Old York Tavern. Tickets cost $20 or two for $35 including a midnight lunch, party favours and champagne at midnight.

 Also for classic rock, Ah Bee Normal plays Bully’s Entertainment Centre fro New Year’s Eve. There is no cover  for the show. But there will be a buffet for $12.95 from 6-9 p.m.

For something a little more low key, University of Lethbridge classical music composition graduate Danielle Braund also returns this week for a couple shows, including a New Year’s Eve show at the Onion Bar and Grill. She will be playing the pop/ soul inspired music from  her new EP “ Sunday Morning.”

 Last but not least, the Bamboo Guppies are playing the Black Tomato Lounge on the west side. Tickets cost $20  including a midnight lunch and champagne at midnight.

 Other highlights this week include the Record Holder’s  EP release party at the Slice, Dec. 29. They are supporting their latest EP “To Sea.”

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 27 December 2011 12:23 )  
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