Celebrate New Year’s Eve on Cherokee Street

Posted by Anne McCullough on December 30, 2012 | Comments Off on Celebrate New Year’s Eve on Cherokee Street

Haven’t made New Year’s plans yet?  Look no further, Cherokee Street will have plenty to offer- live music, German traditions and plenty to drink!

The Fortune Teller Bar will be hosting a traditional German Silvester – Silvester is the German name for New Year’s Eve and is traditionally known as the the night of the god Wotan’s wild hunt, a time of particular commotion and celebration.  Germans celebrate Silvester with fireworks, champagne, and boisterous social gatherings.  Be assured of flowing champagne, celebratory European cocktails and the Fortune Teller Outdoor Party Tent!  Aaron Stovall (So Many Dynamos) will be spinning the hot jams all night long so wear something that gives your booty room to shake.

Ring in the New Year at Livery Company with the  rock & roll stylings of the Union Electric along with 3 to 5 and The Jump Starts.  The Party is free and starts at 9pm.

The Able Few  are hosting a New Year’s Party to to ring in 2013 with their clients and friends.   Bear Hive, Union Tree Review, Tonos Triad will be playing downstairs in FOAM while DJ Jazzy Josh, DJ MAKossa, Franco Hill, Anthony Hann, Michael Bishop, Dook will be play upstairs in  Able Few’s Headquarters.

Tickets are still available for 2720’s New Years Eve Festival! Featuring Cornmeal – “A definite must for the bluegrass crowd.”  Downstereo, Acoustics Anonymous, Goodness Gracious & Alexis Tucci will also be performing.  Doors open at 8pm. Tickets available at http://shop.loyalfamily.com/

From the producers that bring you the largest burlesque, vaudeville, and variety productions in St. Louis, comes a New Year’s Eve party like no other!  A gypsy carnival, a one-ring circus, a villainous vaudeville, a bawdy bordello, a manic music hall, and an unforgettable night of entertainment await you at Casa Loma Ballroom.  Purchase your tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com


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