New Year’s Celebration Like No Other!

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New Year’s Celebration Like No Other! Party to live music with The Menus while dancing into 2023! The Menus will have you up on your feet for the new year’s celebration like no other. It gets better with an open well bar, appetizers, buffet dinner, late-night snack bar, champagne toast, favors & fun for all. The Menus are known for the kicks and splits on the stage and the wild customs worn by the lead singer Tim. No worries if you are not much for getting up to dance, we know The Menus will have you on your feet.

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