Post by billypilgrim on Oct 25, 2013 15:23:04 GMT -5
Celebrate the end of 2013 with a New Year's run of Phil Lesh & Friends shows in the Grate Room and in the bar at Terrapin Crossroads. We're excited to announce six special shows to wind down a wonderful 2013 and welcome in the New Year here at Terrapin Crossroads.
Head to Terrapin Crossroads on Monday, October 28 for a Ticket Release Party, then stay for Phil & The Terrapin Family Band in the bar at 7pm! Special VIP and Travel Packages will be available for purchase on Monday. Full details here: www.terrapincrossroads.net/new-years/
On Monday, come get your tickets for these fantastic upcoming shows:
Phil Lesh & Friends (ft. Anders Osborne, John Kadlecik Tony Leone and Jeff Chimenti) December 27 & 28 in the Grate Room Tickets: $79
Anders Osborne live in the Grate Room! December 29 American Jubilee to open! Tickets: $25
The Terrapin Nation House Party! December 30 in the restaurant. Music all night from Phil & Friends (with special guests!) and more! Tickets: $100
New Years Eve! Phil Lesh & Friends in the Grate Room, plus an extended late night set in the bar! Tickets: $125
New Years Day House Party! Music all day, delicious buffet food, and more. Tickets: $100
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I'm actually thinking of being in the bay area during NYE, but those shows are a bit rich for my taste. I think I might try for the Anders Osbourne tickets though. Wouldn't be the end of the world if I end up not going and have to eat them and I've wanted to check out the venue.
billypilgrim, how big is The Grate Room? I was under the impression that terrapin crossroads was basically just a bar.
That sounds right. The Grate Room is where they do the bigger shows. It has its own bar, but is separate from the restaurant and main bar where they do some smaller shows. It's all pretty fucking intimate, even though that 250 number contains an excessive number of paunchy middle-aged men.
Man Zorn needs to play more places than just NY and any other country besides the US. It's been almost 20 years since the last time he stepped foot in the south east. I wished I had allot more disposable income because I'd sure as hell be at this!
Post by itrainmonkeys on Nov 10, 2013 15:09:27 GMT -5
Still thinking about trying for a Phish ticket at MSG if I can find one at that area. Felice Brothers on 12/30 and hopefully Phish on 12/31. But I should look into other options if I'll be in the city and can't get a ticket.