Party-hop at the Westerly

If you like variety in your New Year's Eve entertainment, check out the Westerly Hotel’s 13th annual New Year’s Eve Gala party. 

If you like variety in your New Year’s Eve entertainment, check out the Westerly Hotel’s 13th annual New Year’s Eve Gala party.

The concept is four parties under one roof. Each venue has a themed dinner and live music.

After dinner, you can party-hop from one venue to the next.

What’s the lineup for this year?

The Flying Canoe West Coast Pub will dance to the tunes of the Luke Blu Guthrie Band. Dinner will be a Cajun-themed buffet.

People in the Chalk Lounge will sing Latin tunes with guitar virtuoso Rodrigo Figueroa and eat Spanish tapas.

The River City Café will start the evening with Brent Hart on piano during dinner followed by the Pacific Poi Boys (Doug Cox and Anela Kahiamoe). Dining will be a five-course gourmet-plated dinner.

Looking for some rock? Back by popular demand, the XLR8 Rock’ n Roll Extravaganza will return to the ballroom. Dinner will be a grand seafood buffet.

Tickets are on sale now at the Best Western Plus Westerly Hotel.

To learn more, go to www.thewesterlyhotel.ca or call the hotel at 250-338-7741.

— Best Western Plus Westerly Hotel

 

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