Tuesday, December 31, 2019

2020 New Year's Eve Celebration

Anderson School

Live music 9 pm - 12:30 am

$20 per person

21 and over

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About 2020 New Year's Eve Celebration

2020 New Year's Eve Celebration

The band is booked, hotel packages are ready for reserving, and the party will be epic. Make your plans for New Year's Eve hoopla with us! Click here to make your reservation!

Live Music:

Haynes' Hall
Sin City Ramblers • 9 pm - 12:30 am • $20 • Hotel package guests and ticket holders only

Andy's Room
McDougall • 9 pm - 12:30 am • Free admission

Overnight Package:

Celebration 2020 Package

Welcome 2020 with an evening of hoopla and revelry! The Celebration 2020 Package includes:

• Lodging for two in a cozy guestroom with surprise amenities
• $140 per couple to be spent at your discretion on dinner and drinks in our restaurants
• Admission to the New Year's Eve Bash with Sin City Band
• Sparkling wine toast at midnight
• $30 credit for breakfast on New Year's Day in Tavern on the Square

$470 to $510 per couple

About Sin City Band

Wild country blues

Sin City Band

Wild country blues. Acolytes of Ole Trollhaugen, the legendary Fjorden blues master. You've been Dad Rocked!


About McDougall

Foot-stomping Americana


With his imagination often dwelling in the very real places of his past and present, as well as in the possible future, McDougall’s songs may very well seat you by a coffee-can fire in the middle of a dry California river-bed, pull you up onto a freight train in the lush spring-time of the Pacific northwest, raise your voice in hymns with the entire family on a Thanksgiving afternoon, or haste your good-bye to civilization as you know it, as you ramble on with all you possess on your back.


Fact, fiction, and a little in between, McDougall carries on the relevant tradition of oral history and folklore, making it a part of everyday life and sharing it with those around him. Inspired by the word of God, his family, friends, fellow workers and fellow travelers met along the way, McDougall wishes to keep to the unwritten rule of using what was left by those before while leaving something of your own for those who will come after.