New Year’s Eve Sierra style in Auburn |

New Year’s Eve Sierra style in Auburn

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The Pine Street Ramblers will be opening the New Year's Eve party with their wide range of acoustic and electric instruments at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Auburn Event Center.
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WHAT: New Year’s Eve Party featuring the Dead Winter Carpenters & the Pine Street Ramblers

WHEN: Doors 7 p.m. with music starting at 7:30 p.m. Sunday

WHERE: Auburn Event Center, 145 Elm Ave, Auburn

INFO: Call 530-906-7441 or visit

TICKETS: $25 advance, $30 at the door

Keep Smilin’ Promotions is ready to end the year with their New Year’s Eve party at the funky and fun Auburn Event Center on Sunday.

The evening will feature some of the best bands the Sierra has to offer, with both the Dead Winter Carpenters and the Pine Street Ramblers hitting the stage and bringing their musical fun for all to enjoy.

The Dead Winter Carpenters headlined last years event and are returning due to, as they say, “popular demand.” This ever evolving band has developed a growing fan base that packs shows across the country.

While they have and impressive and critically acclaimed collection of albums under their belt, seeing them live is the best way to truly enjoy their unique blend of fun. The Dead Winter Carpenters combine electric and acoustic instruments, fiddles, drums and telecasters to create their own sound.

Opening the show will be Foothill favorites, the Pine Street Ramblers.

While some may debate if they were named after the Nevada City or Auburn street with the same name, there is no debate this group of guys can bring it.

Not unlike the Dead Winter Carpenters, the Pine Street Ramblers combine a wide range of acoustic and electric instruments.

While cover songs are the majority of their show, they are far from a typical “cover band.”

Some of the artists for whom they draw from include John Prine, Grateful Dead, Merle Haggard, Rolling Stones and many more — bringing each song some fun and adding some twists, but in a fresh and fun new way.

Guests who attend the event are encouraged to bring their dancing shoes as there won’t be many seats available.

There will also be a special Champagne Toast at New Year’s.

The event is 21 and over and cash only. Tickets can be found at Dimples Records, Tribal Weaver, Cherry Records, Yabobo, Clock Tower Records, Scott’s Affordable Car Care, Pop Art Framing and more.

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