On December 26, 2018

Town Hall Theater throws New Year’s Eve dance party with The Horse Traders

Photo courtesy Town Hall Theater

The Horse Traders

Monday, Dec. 31, 8 p.m. —MIDDLEBURY— Say goodbye to 2018 as Middlebury’s upbeat rock/ pop band takes the stage to rock New Year’s Eve, Dec. 31 at the Town Hall Theater. It’s a dance party where everyone’s welcome to come boogie down. There’s a cash bar as well as a champagne toast at midnight on the grand steps for those age 21 and over.

Veteran performers with a wide and rollicking repertoire, The Horse Traders have lit up just about every Addison County venue in recent years. Their music ranges from modern pop and oldies to classic rock, soul and country, from artists like The Pretenders, Tom Petty, The Rolling Stones, Pink, Blondie, Fleetwood Mac, Meghan Trainor, Neil Young, 4 Non Blondes and many many more.

The band includes Deb Brisson on vocals, keyboards and percussion; Jon Rooney, vocals and guitar; Rick Marshall, guitar, mandolin and harmonica; Mark Pelletier, bass and vocals; and John Wallace, drums.

The Town Hall Theater is located at 68 S. Pleasant St.. Middlebury. The house opens at 8 p.m., and the band kicks in at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $15/$18 at the door; or purchase in advance at townhalltheater.org.

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