Wesley rockin’ the Av’ on New Year’s Eve

$30 tickets available at Bop City Records, City Centre Spirits and The Avalanche Bar & Grill.

Back by popular demand!

Come ring in the new year with the dance tunes of Daniel Wesley at the Avalanche Bar & Grill.

Daniel played a sold out show at the Av not too long ago and was jokingly asked if he’d like to come back and play for our New Year’s Party. Well he must have had a great time because he called back and said he’d love to.

This will be one of the best New Year’s parties we’ve ever had!

Not only will Daniel Wesley be on stage rocking it out with his electric guitar and counting down to 2015 for us, we will also have Courtenay’s favourite dance deejay, DJ MOTH who will be spinning beats and keeping you on the dance floor all night long.

We also have some other fun stuff happening to keep things exciting and interesting with free party favours, prizes and giveaways for best dressed, as well as a lighting production company that will leave you visually impressed.

Don’t miss out on the pre-sale tickets available at Bop City Records, City Centre Spirits and The Avalanche Bar & Grill. Tickets are $30. Doors open at 9 p.m.

 

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