LVU Wants to Know the Scene’s New Year’s Eve Plans

With 2017 down to its final weeks, it’s time to start thinking about how to send the year off — and ring in the next one — in style.

There is usually plenty going on around the Valley to celebrate the New Year. Last year, live music options were quite abundant, and we’re sure that will be the case heading into 2018. In fact, we’ll be putting a New Year’s Eve guide together, to tell the People of the Underground the best places to be when the ball drops.

However, we need your input. If you, your band, or someone you know is performing at a New Year’s Eve bash, we want to know.

This is your chance to feel included. So, tell us: What’s the place to be on our music scene this New Year’s Eve?

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  • New Year’s Eve – Three Generations of Homegrown Godfrey’s
    Sun. Dec. 31 – 8:00 p.m.
    Price: $10.50 / $15.50 day of show – Advance Sale

    Dave Fry, Dina Hall, Brittany Ann

    Our eighth annual family-friendly New Year’s Eve celebration on the First Night of the New Year. Featuring Three Generations of Homegrown Godfrey’s – Dave Fry, Dina Hall and Brittany Ann. Last year we hosted a full house, so get your seats early.

    Dave Fry starts the night off with a Kid’s show at 7:00.

    Then at 8:00
    We present our signature folk show – in-the-round with Dave, Dina and Brittany.

    Dave Fry delivers his signature folk show – spiced with wry and spontaneous commentary on American family life.
    Dina Hall has honed her song-crafting chops right here on Godfrey’s stage, and continues to bring that work out into our greater music community.
    Brittany Ann got her start here as well, and after several years away, we’re thrilled ot have her visit us from her new home in nearby Philadelphia.

    Expect to sing along, tap your toes and occasionally close your eyes.

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