Slowcoaster Comes to Wolfville for a New Year’s Eve Dance Party

Slowcoaster Comes to Wolfville for a New Year’s Eve Dance Party
By Mike Butler

New Year’s Eve 2018: what do you have planned? While the thoughts of a quiet evening at home might seem like the right thing to do most of the time, why not take the leap and dance the night away on December 31 this year with Slowcoaster?

For over twenty years, the talented Cape Breton trio has been filling dance floors with their unique blend of ska, reggae, hip hop, and classic funk, and now the Wolfville Farmer’s Market will be bumping and hopping on New Year’s Eve 2018 as this amazing group rock this town and anyone eager to dance the last hours of the year away.

The concert takes place from 8pm-1am and, as an added bonus, audiences will be treated to the opening act, the Willie Stratton Band! It’s sure to be a blast, and with organizer Festiville handling the event, following the very successful Mellotones show last year, audiences can only expect the very best entertainment to finish off 2018!! With plenty of parking, dance space, and a late night nacho bar provided by the Union Street Cafe, as well as Garrison Brewing on board for the event, the crowds will be wowed for the wee hours of 2019!

Tickets are available through What’s The Buzz on Central Avenue, Wolfville, The Union Street Cafe, Berwick, and online at festiville.ca, and they’re going to go fast everyone! Buy them early at $40.00 to save some money as tickets are $55.00 at the door. Enjoy the show and Happy New Year!!!!