Ring in the new year with XLR8

The Westerly Hotel is proud to bring back by popular demand. XLR8 for a New Year's Eve Rock 'n Roll Extravaganza.

The Westerly Hotel is proud to bring back XLR8 for a New Year's Eve Rock 'n Roll Extravaganza.

The Westerly Hotel is proud to bring back by popular demand. XLR8 for a New Year’s Eve Rock ‘n Roll Extravaganza.

They’ll play in the Ballroom, along with The Luke Blu Band in the Flying Canoe Pub, The Pacific Poi Boys in the River City Cafe and Roderigo Figueroa in the Chalk lounge. After dinner you can wander from room to room under one roof.

XLR8 brings you an entertaining rock show with music from the ’70s through to today’s hits.

Five seasoned musicians with a 14-year history touching on most music from rock to disco. MR. D on vocals & guitars known for getting the crowd singing along, Billy Young on guitars and vocals, Award winning drummer Johnny B. Randy Z on bass guitar andvocals and Rick Bossom on keyboards and vocals.

XLR8 brings its big sound, big lights, big drums, big fun and lots of entertainment to keep the dance floor full and a party atmosphere ring in this New Year’s –  a rock ‘n’ roll extravaganza for sure!

For prices and info please call 250-338-7741.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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