The Zephyr’s Thanksgiving Cocktail Classic
Date: Sunday, November 29, 2020 POSTPONED – TO BE RESCHEDULED
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Limited to 55 guests
- Tickets available online until 1:00pm
- Tickets available at the door after 1:00pm
This performance is indoors
- Limited general admission seating
- Physical Distancing
- Masks Required
- Cash Bar
The Zephyr’s Thanksgiving Cocktail Classic is an opportunity to see the best bartenders in the St. Croix Valley showcase their creativity and adaptability in an engaging, competitive atmosphere.
Join us for cocktails from all of our participating bartenders. Enjoy live music from local musicians, David Harland and Taryn Sirianni, on our newly renovated north end stage. Participate in our raffle to win prizes from your favorite restaurants and bars. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about what The Zephyr Theatre is contributing to your community and how you can be a part of it.
Limited ticket availability due to precautions surrounding COVID-19. Masks required inside and social distancing encouraged. Cheer on your favorite bartender and have a great time with us at the theatre.
David is an explorer of beauty, darkness, light, and mystery. His music has been described as innovative, introspective, lyrical, and expressive. David is a singer/songwriter and fingerstyle guitarist who believes music, at its best, holds the power to reach the deepest parts of our lives and makes the world a better place.
Following her calling to sing, song write and play guitar, Taryn is a local Minnesota talent to see. Her musical career began at the age of 8, when her dad showed her two chords on the guitar. From there she lessoned with nationally known performers, and began songwriting in her early teen years. With an impressive vocal range and poetic songwriting she has taken the stage at various venues with her own unique folk rock pop sound. Taryn is captivating with her heartfelt performances and is passionate about sharing stories through deeply rooted songs for everyone.