The Predators are no strangers to rocking big crowds on big nights and New Year's Eve at Stevie Ray's is to be no different. The blues-influenced, rock 'n' roll cover band from Louisville will be doing full-on sets throughout the night.
According to Stevie Ray's general manager, Todd Webster. The New Year's Eve party has been ran the same way for 16 years.
It's almost guaranteed their wont be a spot available if one chooses not to reserve a table, which goes for $120 for a table of four. This includes a guaranteed spot, two bottles of champagne, party favors, balloon drop at midnight and of course, The Predators.
This year they're calling it "Living in Heaven 2011" and one is sure to hear several chart-toppers that span several decades. Their song list includes music from Sonny Boy Williamson to Tommy Tutone, Jimi Hendrix to Tommy Tutone. Check out the full song-list here.
Call Stevie Ray's ASAP to get your table reserved.
Photo: Stevie Ray's
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