Sunday, December 31, 2017

2018 New Year's Eve Celebration

Kris Deelane and The Hurt

Bigfoot Mojo

Grand Lodge

Live music 9 p.m. 'til 12:30 a.m.

$10 advance, $15 day of show

21 and over

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About 2018 New Year's Eve Celebration

2018 New Year's Eve Celebration

Make it a night to remember by booking one of our exclusive overnight packages and partying to live music. Click here to make your reservation!

Live Music

9 p.m. 'til 12:30 a.m.
Kris Deelane and The Hurt 
at heated tent at Pat's Corner • $10 advance, $15 day of show

Big Foot Mojo
at the Garage Door • Free admission

Overnight Packages

New Year's Eve
• Lodging for two in a cozy guestroom, including surprise amenities
• A private, catered cocktail reception followed by a lavish dinner buffet in the Children's Cottage
• Hosted McMenamins ales, wine and spirits throughout the reception 'til the conclusion of dinner
• A New Year's Celebration in the Pat's Corner Tent
• A sparkling wine toast at midnight
• $30 credit for breakfast on New Year's Day in the Ironwork Grill
$375 to $424 per couple

Ring In The New Year
• Includes lodging for two in a cozy guestroom, with surprise amenities
• Dinner and drinks in the Ironwork Grill
• Admission to the New Year's Party
• A sparkling wine toast at midnight
• Breakfast on New Year's Day in the Ironwork Grill
$290 to $335 per couple

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About Kris Deelane and The Hurt

Kris Deelane and The Hurt

Kris Deelane is making a loud noise in the Portland Rock scene. With her ten piece soul band The Hurt, Kris is amping up her performances in and around Portland and the Pacific Northwest. A true road warrior with years of solid touring experience, Kris is keeping it local and in the moment with shows all over town. From The Alberta Rose Theatre to The Doug Fir, McMenamin's Edgefield to Al's Den at the Crystal and a standing residency at Dante's, she and the band are everywhere.

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Kris has performed with or shared stages with national artists such as Brian Wilson, Joan Jett, John Doe (X , The Knitters), Jill Sobule and Peter Yarrow. Her regional credits include Morgan Geer (Drunken Prayer), Sally Ford (Sally Ford and The Sound Outside) and Michael Dean Damron (I Can Lick Any SOB In The House). As a key figure in Portland's Next Waltz (a tribute to The Band's final show at San Francisco's Winterland Ballroom in 1976, and filmed by Martin Scorsese) she has graced local stages with the likes of Jenny Conlee?Drizos (Decemberists/Black Prairie), David Jacob?Strain, Ural Thomas (Ural Thomas and The Pain), Joe McMurrian, Christopher Worth (Worth/NIAYH) and Holcomb Waller to name but a few.

The Hurt is ten players strong and features a number of Portland music luminaries including Ned Failing (Mexican Gun Fight/Floydian Slips) on drums, Steve Kerin (Too Loose Cajun Band, Atomic Gumbo, Rose City Kings) on keys, Heidi Shuler (Merl Saunders) on percussion and Mark Bowden (Miriams Well, Josh Malm, Laura Ivancie) on guitar. With her backing singers, The Lady Parts, and horn section. Kris is dipping into deep cuts and old school favorites from the soul sounds of the 60's and 70's. Think Motown to Memphis, Stax to Atlantic records, Aretha to Etta. It's all here!

About Bigfoot Mojo

Bigfoot Mojo

Upright bassist Belinda Underwood and national mandolin champion Josiah Payne met on the bluegrass scene in Portland, Oregon, as hired hands in other award-winning bands. Musicians in multiple genres since childhood, they both grew up in family bands before moving to Oregon, and were feeling orphaned without their families until they found each other in 2012. After playing together for 3 years as "Josiah and Belinda", they adoped the mascot of the Northwest when they became Bigfoot Mojo.

Songwriters and multi-instrumentalists, they have many creative offerings, including this new incarnation. Josiah and Belinda continue to mesmerize audiences with groove-based melodies and impeccable vocal harmonies (the kind that sound genetically-blended), setting a new standard for original music which defies genre boundaries.

Bigfoot Mojo plays with other amazing guest musicians to create a trio, quartet or bigger. Lately they have been featuring world-traveling guitarist Pete Kartsounes, when he is home from tour! Also featured is the young national twin fiddle champion Wilhelmina.

Josiah and Belinda also play together in the high-energy bluegrass band The Wild Wood and in their Middle Eastern funk band, Al Farasha.