Feast, music, dancing New Year’s Eve at Stonehouse
December 27, 2012
The Stonehouse is planning an eclectic and glamorous Grease, Grit and Grime New Year's Eve Masquerade Ball from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. Monday. There will be a full bar, a five-course feast by Chef Christian Baker of Radius San Francisco, plus champagne New Year's Eve festivities and an evening show featuring a Grease Grit and Grime "Flirty Dirty Blues" Masquerade with Wibba Nation beginning at 9 p.m. The feast and show are separate events, though the feast ticket includes the show and toast, so plan to stay for some dancing after dinner.
Headliner Wibba Nation (John Wibberley, former owner of the Live Wire Night Club) debuts original songs infused with the likes of Bob Dylan, Jackson Brown and the Eagles; all-original folk rock with a Wibba twist. Evening show tickets are $10; admission includes party hats and a midnight toast to 2013. A King and Queen of the Ball Contest rewards the fanciest of attire; drink specials and other evening festivities will be available.
Baker's five-course pre-fix New Year's Eve dinner offers a special rate with two available seating times at 6 and 8:30 p.m. This event requires reservations, call for tickets at (530) 388-6319. Dinner tickets are $60 for a single and a $100 couple's deal. Evening show is $10 at the door; free to feast ticket-holders.
The Stonehouse is located at 107 Sacramento St. in Nevada City. For information, call (530) 388-6319.
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