McMenamins Edgefield Hotel New Year’s Eve 2023
Built in 1911 as the county poor farm, historic Edgefield is a destination resort in the Pacific Northwest that blends Oregon’s natural beauty with McMenamins’ signature whimsy. Original buildings have been carefully restored, gardens bloom, great food and drink abound, and entertainment reigns.
In the stately main building there are over 100 guestrooms and hostel accommodations without televisions or telephones, encouraging tranquility as surely as do the rocking chairs on verandas. Guests may choose from rooms with en suite bathrooms or with conveniently located common private bathrooms down the hall. You’ll find complimentary WiFi in and around the Black Rabbit Restaurant, the Library and in many of event spaces.
Saturday, December 31, 2022
New Year’s Eve
- Dead Lee
- The Shivas
- My Siamese Twin
Edgefield – Edgefield Hotel
- Live music starts at 7pm
- $20 advance, $25 at door for live music at Blackberry Hall; other music is free
- 21 and over; Loading Dock music is all ages
About New Year’s Eve
New Year’s Eve
Join the party with live music from four bands, drink specials and general hoopla! When the last sparkle has faded, your cozy room is just steps away – make it extra special with New Year’s Eve package including lodging for two, two sparkling wine flutes, bottled water and festive surprises.
- Dead Lee * 7-9pm * the Winery * 21 & over
- The Shivas * 9-10:30pm * the Loading Dock * All ages
- Federale * 11pm-12:15am * the Loading Dock * All ages
- My Siamese Twin * 8pm-12:15am * Blackberry Hall * 21 & over
About Dead Lee
Dead Lee: Dead Lee is a Portland, OR based folk duo comprised of Brian Koch (current and founding member of Blitzen Trapper) and singer/songwriter Kara Harris. With just two voices and two guitars, the duo embraces a mutual love of the darker folk and country traditions, the very music they met and bonded over in the winter of 2016. They first performed together at a charity concert and they’ve been performing shows across the country ever since.
About The Shivas
The Shivas: You Know What to Do [KLP252], The Shivas’ fourth LP will have you on your feet. With all of the fierce energy and body shakin’ that The Shivas are known for, You Know What To Do encapsulates that, and much more. Recorded and mixed on tape by Calvin Johnson at K’s Dub Narcotic Studio, this album is an apt follow-up to Whiteout [KLP242], and features the title track of The Shivas “You Make Me Wanna Die” 7″ EP [IPU143] released last April.
Federale: Federale has always told stories through music, of course, but fans hadn’t much opportunity to parse lyrics within the band’s first two albums. La Rayar: A Tale of Revenge (2008) and Devil in a Boot (2009) spun blood-soaked yarns through music alone – concertedly-cinematic soundscapes of rumbling riffs, plaintive whistling, and soaring soprano vocals soundtracked the most captivating spaghetti westerns that never were
Amongst the 13 tracks of the album, you can glance the many faces of the The Shivas’ musical style. From the blistering heat of tracks like “Old Lightning Rod” to the cool groove of “Ride On”, the record also touches down into the slower tempos on tracks such as the deeply psychedelic “Let It Happen To You”.
About My Siamese Twin
’80s cover band
My Siamese Twin: My Siamese Twin is a Portland based band that plays songs by your favorite alternative bands of the 80’s. Bands such as The Smiths/Morrissey, The Cure, New Order, Echo & the Bunnymen, The Cult, The Church, Psychedelic Furs, REM, and many more!
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