Downtown Brockville Blog

December 2019

New Years Eve 2019 – the end of another decade!

 

 

It is time to celebrate! Afterall, it is the end of a decade and there are many great things to do in Downtown Brockville, where there is something exciting for everyone – Really!

28th Annual New Year’s Eve Concerts in Historic Downtown Churches:

Our longest standing tradition starts at 6:00 PM, a historic church concert tour, beginning at your choice of First Baptist Church or St Lawrence Anglican Church, a new act begins hourly and 15 minutes between allows for travel time through the rotation of 6 churches (2-3 venues hosting simultaneously). See program to the right.

Courtesy of Brockville New Year’s Eve Church Concerts we have Matthew O'Halloran pictured below at 2018’s New Year's Eve concerts, his quintet will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of 1959 during their set at this year’s event. 1959 is one of the most important years in jazz history, so they will be performing songs from significant albums such as "Kind of Blue", "Moanin'" and "Time Out" playing at 8pm at the St. Lawrence Anglican Church.


2020 Gatsby Charity New Years GalaGreat Gatsby Gala at the Moose McGuires Brockville

Moose McGuire’s Brockville will host their first New Year’s Event in Downtown Brockville and they have chosen two charities to donate their proceeds to benefit, Leeds and Grenville Interval House and the Aquatarium. For $100 dollars a person, or $150 per couple, you can join them as they ring in 2020 Great Gatsby style! Note: this is a black-tie event; ticket price includes appetizers and champagne toast at midnight.

 

Dress up in your best flapper/ gangster attire and dance your way to 2020!

 

 

 

 

Masquerade party at the BreweryMASQUERADE PARTY NYE @ THE BREWERY

Photo Booth – Live Music – Masks – 3 Ticket Options

The 1000 Islands Brewery is also creatively celebrating the New Year with a dinner party (2 seating options of 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM), or more casual options available and live music by Willy Nally starting at 9:30 PM.

  • Dinner: $80 single/$150 a couple, includes 3 course dinner at a reserved table, 1 drink and bubbly @ midnight.
  • Option #2: $50 single/$90 a couple includes Bubbly at midnight, 1 drink and an appetizer platter (seating is first come first serve).
  • Option #3: $30 a single/$50 a couple includes Bubbly at midnight and 1 drink (seating is first come first serve).

 

 

News Years Rock Concert and Roaring 20's Themed Party

Celebrate New Year’s with a Rock show, featuring an all-star band lineup of Liam Deery (Liam Deery Project), Lucas Rayvals (Easy), Dustyn Locke (Easy), and Scott Greene (A Bigger Hammer). The Party is Roaring Twenties Themed, so we encourage everyone to dress up for the event, but it isn't mandatory. There will be 2 LCBO gift cards awarded to the best dressed guy and girl. There will also be A 50/50 draw.

Doors Open at 9:00pm, the band will play from 9:30pm-11:30pm, followed by music played through a fully equipped PA, until the event ends at 2:00am.

Advanced tickets are 20$, Door Tickets are 25$: Tickets can be purchased from Liam Deery, Lucas Rayvals, and Meara Deery. 

A limited amount of tickets will be held and sold at the Spitfire Cafe.

 

Whisky ROCKS New Years @ the Bar!

Whisky ROCKS, the band will play from 10:00 PM – 2:00 AM at the BAR. (Click image to stay up to date on details as they are released).

 

Also consider contacting one of our great restaurants to make a reservation and see if they are doing anything special to celebrate.

Currently requesting reservations now:

The Noshery (regular menu + specials): (613) 865-9969

Buell St Bistro (preset menu): (613) 345-2623

We’ll continue updating this list the best we can as we hear of any additional venues!

 

Happy New Year - From Downtown Brockville

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