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RING IN THE NEW YEAR WITH RASPBERRIES

AT HOUSE OF BLUES CLEVELAND!

Raspberries fans have reason to celebrate – again! Due to the success of the long-awaited reunion performance of the original Raspberries at the House of Blues, HOB proudly announces the return of Cleveland’s prodigal sons to rock the House’s Music Hall again – this time to ring in the New Year! Plan to spend your New Year’s Eve with Eric Carmen, Wally Bryson, Jim Bonfanti and Dave Smalley!

Raspberries

at House of Blues Cleveland

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The House of Blues restaurant will be open exclusively for Dinner Package reservations from 5:00 PM through 9:30 PM on New Year's Eve.

The gourmet Dinner Package will be $60 per person and will be a true culinary experience.

Tickets will go on sale Saturday, December 4 at 10:00 AM.: To order dinner packages and concert tickets for New Year's Eve, call the House of Blues box office beginning Saturday at 10:00 AM at 216.523.BLUE

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event info

Friday, December 31

House of Blues Cleveland

Cleveland, OH

price: $75.00 - $125.00 *

door: 7:00pm / show: 8:00pm

ages: all

Additional New Year’s Eve activities will be rocking the House in our famous Cambridge Room and also in our Restaurant! Visit www.hob.com/cleveland for updates and announcements.

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My pleasure Darlene! I'm happy to help out in any way I can, especially since there are so many out of towners on the list. I only found out about this site a couple of weeks ago and I've been addicted ever since! I log on at work and at home, it's crazy, but I HAVE to know what's going on. And everyone is so nice! I apologize for never introducing myself, I just kinda dove right in. Good luck to everyone, I hope you all can get tickets. Let me rephrase that, I KNOW you all will get tickets!

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I can't say I'm real happy with this latest development. I was planning to buy a GA ticket Saturday and IF I was able to go to the show I was going to eat in the restaurant and pass the line like I did last time. Now I would have to pay another $60 just for dinner! I suppose $60 shouldn't mean that much since I paid $350 just in airfare for the last show but it's the principal of it all. $60 for dinner? I'm happy with a $4.00 hamburger!

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Generally speaking, a night out on New Year's Eve generally means speanding more money than usual. It's one of the primo nights for restaurants and entertainment venues. In other words, you could always spend it at home watching the ball drop from your living room couch, which is what I usually do—except for this year, of course! :-)

Bernie

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Did it say that the regular restaurant won't be available to anything ELSE other than the $60 package?

This is going to be an interesting Saturday morning - making these decision pretty fast.

annie

James - welcome to the Raspberries-obsessed!!!!

It's a sickness there is no cure for!

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New Years Eve is typically the one night of the year that I make it a point in staying home. I had almost talked myself into going. I figured hearing the "Driving Around/Cruising Music" medley would be worth it alone (although I did hear it in the soundcheck from the lobby) The whole NYE thing is putting me off. There was one obnoxious drunk at last weekends show so there's no telling how many will be at a NYE show. Finances is definitely an issue for me as well so I've decided to wait for possible future shows and pass on this one. I hope I don't regret it!

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Hey, anybody know the name of the cool place that was right across the street from HOB? I forget, but I ate a pretty good portabello sandwich there. They had a resaurant, a comedy club, a jazz band, and a martini bar all in the same building. Maybe we could eat there. wink

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Pickwick & Frolic (where my sisters and I ate before last week's show) is having their own dinner/comedy show package (in various combinations at various price levels) for NYE. Afraid that's a no-go...all of their packages are at LEAST as expensive as going to HOB and none is a "dinner only" package.

The other option I can think of is to just go to a restaurant--if not there around the Gateway area (near Gund Arena/Jacobs Field)...there are many to choose from...but there's no guarantee that the bigger ones aren't doing "package deals" too, and those may be just as pricey.

Those in doubt may just want to suck it up and make reservations at HOB...

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Eric was just on our local radio being interviewed. he said that they'd come on around 10:00 and play through midnight and if they had a few drinks, maybe till 4:00. smile

It was a great interview......

He did say that he was disappointed that there was not more publicity for the last show and people did not know about it......how much faster can tickets sell out?

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