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URL icon « on: December 26, 2014, 04:53:29 PM »

OSKAR BLUES THIRD ANNUAL NYE HOOTENANNY
Brevard NC

THE LARRY KEEL EXPERIENCE with JEFF SIPE
PLUS
JEREMY GARRETT AND TRAVIS BOOK (of the Infamous Stringdusters)
STEVE "BIG DADDY" MCMURRAY (of Acoustic Syndicate)
MIKE GUGGINO (of the Steep Canyon Rangers)
AND THE JON STICKLEY TRIO

FOOD & SCHTUFF
THE NEW OSKAR BLUES CHUBURGER FOOD TRUCK WILL BE SLINGIN' THE GOODS. A PHOTOBOOTH WILL BE ONSITE TO CAPTURE ALL OF YOUR NYE MEMORIES (SO THAT YOU DON'T HAVE TO).

ACCOMMODATIONS
LOCAL HOTELS IN BREVARD ARE OFFERING DISCOUNTED ROOMS TO OUR GUESTS. JUST MENTION THAT YOU ARE GOING TO THE OSKAR BLUES HOOTENANNY TO GET THE SPECIAL RATE!

TRANSPORTATION
THE OSKAR BLUES TROLLEY WILL BE MAKING THE ROUNDS TO LOCAL HOTELS AND DOWNTOWN BREVARD TO GIVE YOU A SAFE RIDE TO AND FROM THE HOOTENANNY. TRIPS WILL START AT 6 P.M. AND THE TROLLEY WILL STOP AT EACH STOP ROUGHLY EVERY 30-40 MINUTES.



http://brew.oskarblues.com/events/nye-brevard/

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