ThanksgivnRocknEve 2014 at 20th Century Theatre

20th Century Theatre is once again putting on the hottest party for the biggest party night of the year! Join The Cliftones, The Almighty Get Down and Chris Comer Jazz Explosion for a night of local flavor to support the Oakley Community Emergency Food Pantry! 

The Cliftones are a Cincinnati institution. Never has someone left one of their shows without a grin on their face. A 9 piece reggae band that are predominantly original music but when time allows will throw in some “tribute songs”. The Cliftones guarantee that you will dance your troubles away at their show.

When speaking of The Almighty Get Down, writer (and fellow musician) Daniel Van Vechten states, “I’m a complicated man.  Ain't no one understands me like The Almighty Get Down. When I get the fever for funk, the Get Down will be my prescription.” Check out his recent interview with the band HERE

Chris Comer Jazz Explosion is a funk, rock band with a flair of hip hop that sounds nothing like traditional jazz. Not that we would mind that, but this band is not about being traditional. Chris Comer Jazz Explosion promises to keep the party going. 

In addition, Dewey's Pizza, MadTree Brewing Company and the 20th Century Theatre are teaming up to collect non-perishable food items and cash donations for the  Oakley Community Emergency Food Pantry. Donate your non-perishable food items at the door to receive a $2 discount off your admission price.

Wednesday, November 26th at 20th Century Theatre
The Cliftones
The Almighty Get Down
Chris Comer Jazz Explosion
Doors 7p / Show 8p
$10 adv / $12 dos


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