Salt City Waltz 2018

Join us November 24th for the Party of the Season!

Join us November 24th for the Party of the Season! The Salt City Waltz; A Homegrown Celebration of the Music of The Band. Featuring OUR BAND, Los Blancos joined by Scott Ebner, Mark Westers and Mark Nanni! Special guests the Salt City Waltz Ensemble w/Gary Frenay, Cathy Lamanna, John Cadley, Chris Eves, Catherine Cadley, Jonah Smith, Joe Whiting, Liz Friedel, the Bells of Harmony Singers, The CNY Songbirds; Maureen Sheriden Henesy, Donna Colton and Joanna Jewett, Mark Gibson, John McConnell, Nick Piccinnini, Carolyn Kelly, Andy Comstock, Bill Ali, Joe Altier, Pete McMahon, Rex Lyons, Mike Johnson, Briana Jessie, TANKSLEY, Tim Herron, Eddie Zacholl, and more… Special appearance by the Levon Helm Studio Horns; Jay Collins, Erik Lawrence, Steve Bernstien, and Syracuse’s own Melissa Gardiner. Tickets are $40 and available at Soundgarden in Armory Square and online at CCTiX.COM.

But wait, there’s more….. The Salt City Waltz Presents an
“ALL ACCESS “VERY VIP” UN-THANKSGIVING PRE SHOW DINNER”
prepared by Chef Tim Hardiman and his staff from The Tailor & the Cook.
Seating and serving for this intimate gathering will be family style and very limited. It includes a beautifully prepared local farm to table dinner with wine & beer parings. The lovely banquet room “Upstairs at The Palace” provides an ideal setting for this amazing culinary experience. One long table for 60 lucky patrons will be set, as the open kitchen provides the perfect backdrop to watch Chef Hardiman and crew prepare this fantastic meal, I can’t think of a better way to prime for the party of the season than with great music playing while, delicious Saranac beer, fine wine and good vibes are flowing. Price is $150 per person and includes: signed poster, meet w/cast as they arrive, and receive a commemorative laminate that serves as your ticket for a reserved balcony seat.

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