Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Hello New Year!

Hello New Year!

In New York they'll be watching the ball drop. But in Arizona, fans will raise their glasses, watch the clock turn counterclockwise and ring in the new year with two nights of high octane rock-n-roll from Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers.

Get ready to sing Auld Lang Syne and take a cup o' Mexican Moonshine as RCPM gets the New Year's festivities started a night early on Dec. 30 in Tucson before officially ringing in the new year the next night in Flagstaff.

If you still want to ride the Mexican Moonshine Express and let someone else do the driving on Friday, there are a few seats left! Get yours now at , before they're gone!

If you already have your seat reserved, here are a few important points you need to remember:

*Wristbands will be handed out Friday after 4 p.m. at Four Peaks Tempe. The bus will leave the restaurant at 5 p.m. sharp! At Four Peaks Scottsdale, wristbands will be handed out at 5:20 p.m. when the bus arrives.

If you want to make sure you're not late and don't miss the bus, we encourage you to get to Four Peaks early. Happy hour prices start at 3 p.m.!

* The bus will drop off and pick up at San Felipe Cantina (where Mexican Moonshine will be flowing!) in Flagstaff, about one block from The Orpheum.

*On the way back home after the show, the party doesn't end! Four Peaks beer will be poured along with contest winner Bill Davis’ margaritas. Food will also be provided. Feel free to bring anything else you’d like such as snacks, water, light beer, etc. Please no glass containers.

*Unless you are contest winner Bill Davis, tickets to the show are NOT included with your bus wristband.

As many of you know, a storm is forecasted to roll through Flagstaff this week but should be done by Friday. The bus has chains if needed and is equipped for snow/ice, but we're remaining optimistic the storm will be over by Friday night. Still, if you're one of those Arizona residents who thinks 50 degrees is cold, you may want to heavily consider bringing a winter coat.

Get ready to two great nights of rock, and take a trip on the Mexican Moonshine Express to ring in the new year with Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers in Flagstaff!

1 comment:

  1. Since we can't be in Flagstaff, we'll be ringing in the new year at the House of Blues, Dallas, with the Old 97s. Maybe if the entire world is rocking tonight, we will send enough positive energy into the heavens to make 2011 the year of world peace.