Billy D’s throwing ‘classy and fancy’ New Year’s event

Jilli Martini is teaming up with Billy D's Pub & Bistro to put on a party to remember...

Singer Jilli Martini and her band will rock in the new year Dec. 31 at Billy D's Pub & Bistro.

Jilli Martini is teaming up with Billy D’s Pub & Bistro to put on a party to remember, for this is the first New Year’s event that Billy D’s has seen. If you’re looking for classy and fancy this New Year’s Eve, look no further. Jilli Martini’s New Years Eve Party is where it’s at!

Ladies, this is your chance to bring out that little cocktail dress, sparkly heels and rhinestones. Fellas, a chance to wear that stylin’ suit and fedora, if you’re so inclined.

On this special occasion, we will offer a delicious served meal, champagne and more food at midnight. The Jilli Martini Band (Billy D’s Friday night house band) will be Rockin’ ‘n Ringin’ in the New Year.

Gather up your group of close friends or your special date and reserve your table now. All you singles out there, no need to spend New Year’s alone. There are lots of spots at the bar, and you will not be alone in this friendly and cozy environment.

Jilli Martini will perform her wide variety of tunes and bring out the dance music as her band transforms the pub into a club for the night.

Doors open at 7 for drinks, dinner is served at 8 and the band is on at 9.

Shuttles will be available for getting home (please request at time of reservation). Tickets are limited and are for sale at Billy’s D’s Pub & Bistro and at Long & Mcquade Music Store.

Don’t wait, tickets are going fast. For tickets, reservations, and to select meal choices, call 250-334-8811.

— Jilli Martini

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