Gotta Hang On Till Tomorrow

COME WHAT MAAAAAAAAAAAAAY…..

Okay kids, this is mostly an INFORMATIONAL BLOG. No funny business, ya hear? We have a show to do, and we’re goddamn professionals here!

*snerk*

Well, most of that was true. Let’s get down to brass tacks. How much to f*ck the goat? WAIT WRONG QUESTION. How is this going to work tomorrow?

Tickets!

Since we’re a sold out show, there are no tickets for seats, but there are a few standing room only tickets available. Get there early, and you might score one of those! First come, first served.

If you are a ticket holder, here is how this is going to happen:

  • There will be a list of the people who pre-paid for their seats at the door along with the number of tickets they purchased.
  • You will need to check in with the door manager and we’ll check your names off of the list.
  • If members of your party are arriving late, just leave their names at the door and we’ll check them in when they arrive.

We are in the Titanic Lounge in Kieran’s Irish Pub downtown Minneapolis. YES WE ARE THERE. Some of the staff last year did not know about the event in the back room, so if you go up to the bar, just ask where the TITANIC LOUNGE is, and all will be gravy.

Parking!

There’s not getting around it, parking downtown is a BEYOTCH. Here is a map with all your parking options (if you want a ramp instead of street parking).

I was not aware that the 90s had their own ramp. GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY

I was not aware that the 90s had their own ramp. GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY

 

Do you see all of the little red Ps? Yes? Good. Go there if you so desire. Or not. Whateves, I’LL be in the room partying already.

Attire!

Well, it’s a holiday show, and WE dress up for sure. Mostly, we’re just glad you’re there, so casual works for us, but if you want to join in on the ugly sweater gang, the more the merrier, I say.

well I... huh

well I… huh

NOW I WISH I HAD THAT SWEATER FOR TOMORROW. AUGH!

Dinner with the Dregs!

We are going to open the doors at 6pm if you want to eat with the band! We have a minimum we need to meet, so if you’re going to go out for dinner, FOR ALL THAT IS HOLY PLEASE EAT WITH US. We’re going to order food and you’ll maybe get to see Chad mess around with his teeth. I will not be holding them. I want to be able to finish my meal, thankyouverymuch.

The Show!

How long is it, you say? About three-ish hours. Maybe. We have a list of holiday music we have been rehearsing (I know… we DO actually practice, I swear) and that includes the following:

  • Angels We Have Heard on High
  • Here We Come a Wassaliing
  • God Rest Ye/Gwar of Wonder
  • We Be Soilders
  • Rise up Shepards
  • So This is Christmas
  • Do You Have What I Have
  • Dick in a Box
  • I Want a Hysterectomy
  • Chestnuts
  • Baby It’s Cold Outside
  • Silent Night
  • Twelve Fucking Birds
  • Zombie Apocalypse
  • Feliz Navidad

Plus your requests! We are whores for money, so if you want to stop us in our tracks and give us some, we’re HAPPY to oblige. Also, this is NOT a kid friendly show! We’re going to say bad words, and sing about naughty things, and probably dry hump each other, so you have been warned!

We’re also doing our third annual live Dregs gift exchange, so that’s exciting! Maybe I’ll get another shower caddy!

I think that’s it for now- please message us on facebook with any questions you may have! We’re happy to answer them for you.

SEE YOU TOMORROW! I AM TEH EXCITE!

 

 

 

 

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About Author: Molly
Molly has been hogging the spotlight since she first started playing the violin in 1988. She soon realized a life of performance and poverty is more exciting than earning a sustainable living, so she double majored in music and theater. After years of romping around at reputable places in the Twin Cities including The Minnesota Opera Chorus, Bloomington Civic Theater, and The Jungle Theater, Molly lowered her standards and gave The Dregs a try in 2010 and finally made this 'Irish' band legit with a fiddle player. Molly is going to graduate school for her masters in education to hopefully learn how she went so very wrong.

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