Get Your Dancin’ Shoes On!
We all need to cut loose a bit every once in a while and just enjoy music and friends for the pure joy of…well, music and friends!
The Get Right Band is returning to The Fallout Shelter at The Extended Play Sessions on Monday, October 19th!
This is a unique “speakeasy” with very limited seating for just 40 lucky souls; every seat is no more than 25 feet from the stage.
No flash photography or professional video cameras are allowed but you may take photos during the show… just turn off your flash and silence your cameras/phones.
We’re fortunate to have these incredible players grace the stage and space is filling up VERY fast. If you are interested in attending this event on Friday, October 16th, there is still a small number of seats available and will be confirmed via email. Doors are at 6:00 pm with the show at 7:00 pm and you can be included by contacting them via e-mail at email@example.com. Confirmations including the address are issued on a FIRST COME basis. Once confirmed, your seat is reserved. You must email for a confirmation prior to the show.
Donation for this event is $25 per person and includes all of the delicious amenities to which you have all grown accustomed… only better! Guests are invited to enjoy complimentary food from our legendary buffet as well as beverages including beer, wine, soft drinks and mixed adult beverages. Beverages and food are available during the filming as well.
The Extended Play Sessions at The Fallout Shelter is located just 30 minutes from downtown Boston in Norwood, Massachusetts (minutes off I-95 and Route 1) and has free parking right outside the doors! The $25 donation includes good food and an open bar! Oh, you and about 39 other people will receive a poster that the artist will sign to hang on your wall.
Posted on October 14, 2015, in concert announcements, music, Uncategorized and tagged boston, concert announcement, Extended Play Sessions, funk music, JC Mears, Jesse Gentry, reggae music, Silas Durocher, The Get Right Band. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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