New Year’s Eve

If you’re looking for something to do tomorrow to celebrate the end of 2014 and the arrival of 2015, here’s some options. None of them are 100 per cent guaranteed to be a good time. That’s where you come in, as no matter how much we might like to, we can’t do your partying for you.

NOON YEAR’S EVE Family-friendly way to ring in the new year, with crafts, refreshments, exhibits and a Big Bang stage show. Saskatchewan Science Centre, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. $15 per person ages three to adult. For more info visit the Science Centre website.

NEW YEAR’S EVE PARTY Includes a meal, plus performances by ventriloquist Doug Arden and comics Erica Sigurdson and Michael Dunne followed by a DJ. Ramada Hotel, cocktails at 6 p.m. $95. To reserve tickets call 306-569-1666 ext. 7260.  

CHUCK NEGRON at Casino Regina, 8:30 p.m. $55, $62.

NEW YEAR’S EVE with the Florals and the Danger Bros at O’Hanlon’s.

NYE CELEBRATION with the Milkman’s Sons at the Artful Dodger. Tickets are $20 advance, $25 door

BROADWAY’S NEW YEAR’S EVE BASH with Big Bad Storm at Broadway’s Lounge, 9 p.m. $20, includes midnight lunch and champagne.

THIRD DEGREE BIRNZ at the Pump Roadhouse. $15 advance.

DAN SILLJER BAND at McNally’s Tavern. $10 advance, $15 door.

DEFUNK! NEW YEARS! with Krooked King, In2Hz, Billy B and Techtonix at Tumbler’s Pizza (2108 Grant Rd.), doors at 9 p.m. $15.

NEW YEARS KARAOKE at Smitty’s Golden Mile, 9 p.m.

Outside of Chuck Negron, who was one of the founding members of Three Dog Night back in 1968, there’s limited YouTube options tied to most of these acts, so to close here’s U2 doing “Where the Streets Have No Name” at a show in Chicago in 2005:

Author: Gregory Beatty

Greg Beatty is a crime-fighting shapeshifter who hatched from a mutagenic egg many decades ago. He likes sunny days, puppies and antique shoes. His favourite colour is not visible to your inferior human eyes. He refuses to write a bio for this website and if that means Whitworth writes one for him, so be it.

15 thoughts on “New Year’s Eve”

  1. C’mon, Greg, if you go, I’ll go! We’ll be the life of the Smitty’s new year’s eve karaoke party!

  2. I wonder if Chuck Negron (formerly of Three Dog Night) is finding that “One is the loneliest number…”

  3. Ha! Good one, Barb! Have a happy new year’s eve, however you choose to ring in the new year. Maybe Greg and I will see you at Smitty’s karaoke???

  4. Sorry, guys: I karaoke’d my voice into surgical-intervention territory several years ago, so those days are over. I’ll be taking in a movie and having dinner with grandchildren, but please sing a few for me (especially beach Boys songs, if they still have them on the menu).
    All the best for 2015!

  5. Wring out the old year with pancakes & karaoke. At the break, join us just outside the double door for a sweet schmoke break as we contemplate the parking lot, the food at Original Joe’s, Old Safeway vs New Coop, Robin’s vs. Tim’s, and how much you drank on NYE when you were 17, the t-shirt you wore in -30C, and how sick you got afterwards (was it the booze, the cold, or the chick I frenched with the runny nose?) Bring yo A game

  6. I LOLed at your last comment Talbot. Never say never. The new Independent Grocer might attract a whole new clientele to that little strip mall!

  7. Thanks for the post and the update, Greg! Reginans should give you way more love than they do.

  8. Maybe next time Greg is at Smitty’s karaoke, he should throw on a hat and fake beard and belt out the ZZTop classic “Gimme All Your Lovin” — I can picture him rocking the stage with that one. Barb and I can sing back-up — c’mon, Barb, you KNOW you want to!

    But, seriously, Greg rocks the Dog Blog — not really sure how he can possibly be so productive on such a wide variety of issues, and I’m always thankful for his reminders and reviews about so many great events happening in Regina.

    THANKS GREG — WE LOVE YOU!

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