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Sidetrack's New Years Eve Party to benefit the Legacy Project
2019-12-27

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Sidetrack's New Years Eve Party, New Year's 2020: A Vision for Our Future , will benefit The Legacy Project. Presale tickets are $30. $35 at the door, if still available. Party goers must be 21+ with valid ID. Coat check $2.

New Years Eve at Sidetrack features a Grey Goose Ice Luge Drink Station, live performances, fabulous drag, games, and light bites from J&L Catering. Doors open at 7 p.m, and the party goes till 2 a.m. Chicago Drag Showcase from 8-10pm Starring Dixie Lynn Cartwright, DiDa Ritz and Aunty Chan.

At 10 p.m. the party really gears up with our signature Sidetrack Videos, NYE party favors, spectacular balloon drop and champagne toast at midnight served by Sidetrack's traditional "Baby New Years" up on the bars plus a dazzling NYE light show, and dancing till 2 a.m.

Team Sidetrack also plans a Wednesday, Jan. 1 annual all-day One One Onesie Party!

Tickets at www.eventbrite.com/e/2020-new-years-eve-at-sidetrack-with-the-legacy-project-tickets-84272343849 .


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