NEW YEARS EVE AT LOBAR
CALL KYLEENA DIRECTLY AT 970-209-5159
LAS VEGAS / CASINO NIGHT is this years theme.
There are 3 options for New Years Eve at Lobar.
1.) There is regular dinner seating between 5-6:30 pm. Just order off regular menu. Must book reservations ahead
2.) The full party + dinner seating package is at 8PM. $175 per person plus tax and 20% gratuity. The package includes:
- Multi course dinner + dessert (vegetarian options are available upon request)
- Full OPEN PREMIUM bar starting at 8pm (including all specialty martinis)
- Private table for the entire night from 8pm-2am
- Dedicated waitstaff + service during the entire night (no waiting for bartender, no need to get up + go to the bar)
- All party favors
- Midnight champagne toast
- Live Band, Live DJ + dancing
3.) Just the bar package starts at 10pm. Tickets for The Bar + Party are $100 per person, ticket includes. (cash only for these tickets)
- OPEN BAR starting at 10pm
- Party favors
- Midnight champagne toast
- Live dj + dancing
- NOTE this ticket DOES NOT include a private table + server. It is general admission.
- Pre SALE tickets will be $60 until December 24th, limited tickets available at this price.
*** we have about 30 seats left for the Dinner + Party Package, as of today.
Please call Kyleena directly to book @ 970-209-5159
TICKETS ON SALE NOW! Please don't wait we have sold out 6 years in a row! It's the best party in Crested Butte!!
DJ Shares can’t be contained to one genre. He’s been know to play anything from Hip-Hop, Electro, House, Baltimore Club, Mash-ups, Indie Dance, Dancehall, 80s, Deep House and much more, making him one of Colorado’s most versatile party DJs.
His mentor DJ Artie K showed him the basics over seven years ago. Born in New York, he started DJing at local venues such as Hot Shots in Rochester and college frat parties at Cornell University. After moving to Colorado, he linked up with DJ Largechild and started throwing house parties. DJ Shares quickly became a Boulder favorite when he began his current residency at Bacaro on Pearl Street in 2007.
During the summer of 2009, DJ Shares went on tour with the Corona Wide Open to locations across the country such as Santa Cruz, Manhattan Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Chicago, Virginia Beach, New Orleans and Santa Monica establishing himself as a National talent. He returns this summer to be part of the mayhem and fun that is, the Corona Light Wide Open.
In the Spring of 2010, DJ Shares began his Friday night residency on the main floor at Beta Nightclub in Denver. Recently, Beta Nightclub was voted #19 Nightclub in the world (2009) and #1 in the US (2008) by DJMag.com as well as Best New Club at the Club World Awards.
DJ Shares has been heard all over the U.S. From Las Vegas to New Orleans, Aspen to Chicago, & LA to Ft. Lauderdale… not to mention, mixing it up at parties for companies such as Coors, Red Bull, Oakley, K2 Sports, Vail Resorts, Corona, Freeskier Magazine, Mountain Sports International, Salomon, and Molson.
DJ Shares is currently one of Denver’s top party rocking DJs. Known for his dance and hip hop remixes/mash-ups, DJ Shares is not one to miss.
$5 beer and a Shot specials all night
All the basic info about Achachay:
• FUNK ROCK with a heavy dose of LATIN and DANCE grooves.
• High energy live show. Guaranteed to make the crowd’s booties shake!
• Completed three southeast/northeast tours and two western US tours.
• From Austin, TX with a draw in Houston, New Orleans, Boston, New York City, St. Louis, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, Denver, Oklahoma, and many other cities/towns.
• Opened for Ben Kweller in March 2009
• Three travel loving, hard working, attractive twenty-somethings on a mission to give your patrons a night to remember. Each member with over 10 years of experience on their instrument.
• Live shows featured in Jackson Beach, FL’s “Folio Weekly,” Worcester, MA’s “Telegram,” and Chicago’s “Illinois Entertainer”
Wednesday nights at LOBAR, 10pm
Tournament style competition
Final Date TBD
(I you are interested in helping organize this event / weekly series, please send an email to email@example.com )
Get your Wii Rock Band together for the ultimate night of Rock + Roll.
Bands will compete in a series of Weekly competitions in front of a LIVE audience. The final performance will be a battle of the Top 3 finalists. LOBAR will host the Grand Finale Showdownand the winning "band" will walk away with a CASH prize.
(practice nights = TBD)
ENTRY FEE: $? TBD ?
PRIZE: Wii points Leader / Best Dressed / Peoples Choice
RULES: Teams (Bands) must include vocal, guitar and drums. Same player is allowed to sing + play an instrument. Additional band members/instruments are encouraged
To register your band or for additional information please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tournament FormatEach band will have opportunities at each event to play songs and score points. There are no restrictions on difficulty, instrument choice, or number of people in the band at the time (meaning bands can play with a missing member, or add a permanent member up to 4 at any time). The only restriction on song choice would be that no band can play the same song for points more than once. Points will be recorded and kept track of on the LOBAR website ( www.thelobar.com ).
At the end of the 3 week tournament the total points will be used to decide the top 3 bands to compete in the final "Battle"
Only Wii points will be used to determine the top 3 bands...
FINAL Battle of the Bands
There will be three finalists in the final battle of the bands.
Bands will be awarded prizes based on Wii points, Best Dressed, and "Peoples Choice"
Each of the final 3 bands will play 5 songs each. Only these 3 songs will count towards overall winner (Cumulative points in the previous weeks are only used to determine the top 3 bands.) Each band will select 1 song to play and 1 song for each of the other 2 bands, and three songs to put into a "hat". Bands will draw their final 2 songs from the hat.
Prizes for the battle of the band will be divided into 3 categories.
email email@example.com for more information.
Wednesday, January 5
Thursday, January 6
Friday, January 7
Saturday, January 8
rejoice and celebrate the Yule (whatever the hell that is) with the Crested Butte Orphans ( the adult ones )
Dress in a Santa Hat, or a Bad Sweater and Pete will buy you a shot of peppermint schnapps or whiskey.
And to keep the party going right. Shots of whiskey + peppermint schnapps will be available all night long for only $2.
See you on Christmas Eve
Get into LOBAR early this winter for our
"$5 at 5" Apres Ski Happy Hour
5 Great Food Specials and 5 great Drink Specials,
all for only $5 each
$5 Drink Specials
Hot Sake, Ginger Martini, Margarita, 22oz Saporro Beers and House Wine
$5 Food Specials
Crack Fries w/ Miso Soup, California Roll, Spicy Tuna Roll, New Style Walu Sashimi, Fire Cracker Shrimp
December 31, 2010
The Theme for this years new years celebration is "Masquerade Ball".
For dinner reservations or detailed information about New Years Eve, please call Kyleena on her cell phone (970)209.5159
SHOPPING FOR A MASK
Such gatherings, festivities of Carnival, were paralleled from the 15th century by increasingly elaborate allegorical Entries, pageants and triumphal processions celebrating marriages and other dynastic events of late medieval court life. The "Bal des Ardents" ("Burning Men's Ball") was intended as a Bal des sauvages ("Wild Men's Ball") a costumed ball (morisco). It was in celebration of the marriage of a lady-in-waiting of Charles VI of France's queen in Paris on January 28, 1393. The King and five courtiers dressed as wildmen of the woods (woodwoses), with costumes of flax and pitch. When they came too close to a torch, the dancers caught fire. (This episode may have influenced Edgar Allan Poe's short story "Hop-Frog".) Such costumed dances were a special luxury of the ducal court of Burgundy.
Sweatshop is back and this time were inviting all the 18+ people in town to come check out Sweatshop's sweet sound.
Sweatshop Union is a Canadian hip hop collective formed in 2000 when four politically-minded rap acts—Dirty Circus, Pigeon Hole, Innocent Bystanders, and solo artist Kyprios—came together "to create a powerful, distinctive voice", and to produce their first album, which was published in 2001.