THOMASTON — For much of this year, a talented group of local musicians has been rehearsing in Watts Hall, and now the curtain rises, according to Watts Hall Community Arts, in a news release. Watts Hall Band will make its official debut with a fun-for-all dance party Friday night, Oct. 14, at Watts Hall, 174 Main Street.
The 10-piece vocally driven Watts Hall Band specializes in blues, rock and R&B guaranteed to turn listeners into dancers. Watts Hall Band has a full horn section, keyboards and guitars, playing favorite tunes from Fleetwood Mac to Stevie Ray Vaughan, Black Crowes to Van Morrison, Linda Ronstadt to the Eagles, Talking Heads to Eric Clapton, Rolling Stones to the Allman Brothers and more.
The high-energy rock ‘n’ roll dance party will run from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
“Hors d’oeuvres (by donation) from the culinary students of the Mid-Coast School of Technology and a cash bar by The Block Saloon will keep attendees fueled for a great night of dancing,” said Watts Hall.
Tickets are $15 per person, available online at tinyurl.com/WHBDanceParty and via the calendar link at wattshallthomaston.com.
Tickets also will be available at the door for $16, with a dollar off cash discount.
The evening is a fundraiser for Watts Hall Community Arts.