On November 21, 2018

Split Decision to perform at Wobbly Barn, two nights

Courtesy Wobbly Barn

Split Decision

Friday & Saturday, Nov. 23-24—10 p.m.— Philadelphia-based band Split Decision will be playing the Wobbly Barn for two nights, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 23-24. The shows start at 10 p.m. each night.

Split Decision consists of Jay Thomas, Mike Birchard, Thomas King, Ray Pierson and Doug Moore. They tour and play to packed houses from Vermont to Florida and everywhere in between.

Split Decision has been at the apex of the cover band seen in and around Philadelphia for well over a decade. The combination of stellar musicianship, dynamic personalities, a never ending mix of songs, plus a state of the art visual and audio experience are what bring people back to see them again and again. They have been the winners of Philadelphia’s Cover Band of The Year multiple times. Split is the go-to band for all major events in and around the city, including Phillies and Eagles home games. The band also sells out its infamous Halloween and New Year’s Even shows every year. This year, they will be also headlining The Running of The Santa’s festival on Saturday, Dec. 15 and New Year’s Eve both at Xfinity Live!

For now, see them in Killington at the Wobbly Barn, 2229 Killington Road, Killington. Check them out at splitdecisionphilly.com.

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