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Same Holiday Show, Different Title! (BAR SEATING AND STANDING ROOM ONLY)
December 4, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm$25
ALL SEATING IS SOLD OUT FOR THE SHOWS.
YOU MAY PURCHASE STANDING ROOM ADMISSION AT THE DOOR BEFORE THE SHOW (DOORS OPEN AN HOUR BEFORE SHOWTIME; STANDING ROOM CAPACITY IS LIMITED).
STANDING ROOM ADMISSION IS FREE FOR CHILDREN 10 & UNDER.
IF YOU’VE ALREADY PURCHASED SEATED TICKETS:
*To secure your seating for this show, please call the venue at (585) 292-9940 to make a reservation (only after everyone in your party has purchased a SEATED ticket). A seated ticket guarantees you admission and some form of seating, but if you don’t make a reservation, your whole party may not be sat together and/or some members may have to sit at the bar or other areas.
Lovin’ Cup & Salty Daddy are proud to present…
“Same Holiday Show, Different Title!”
It’s the annual holiday show that you’ve all come to know and love… OR IS IT?? Could it be a DIFFERENT heartwarming tale about woodland creatures who enter a talent contest in hopes of using the prize money to afford gifts for each other?? We can’t make any promises one way or another, but there’s only one way to find out… Come and see the show!
Featuring members of Gary Lewis & the Playboys, Mikaela Davis & Southern Star, The Moho Collective, Pleistocene, The Ruckus Juice Jug Stompers, Harpeth Rising, The Honey Smugglers, A Girl Named Genny, The Niche and more!
About Salty Daddy…
Every year, for one weekend, an all-star lineup of members from several of Rochester’s favorite bands come together to pay homage to a beloved holiday classic with an interactive performance of all its music, along with songs from other related films. Each year this family just keeps growing as more and more fans come out to share in their love of this magical music. Eventually it was decided that this band needed a name, so one night they asked the audience for ideas and were immediately met with an enthusiastic response from a young boy who yelled, “Salty Daddy!!!”. Obviously, they knew they needn’t look any further, and the rest is history.