WINTER WONDERLAND: Taylor O'Donnell hosts the BLUE Holiday Show!

Sunday - December, 23 @ 6:00pm

It's that time of year, my friends!

Christmas Eve EVE!  What better time to get cozy and festive with us before the holiday!
For one night every year Blue transforms into a magical Winter Wonderland!

Taylor ODonnell hosts this year's annual Holiday Show, joined by David Thorne Scott(vocals), Peter Herman(guitar), Scott Kiefner(bass), John Mettam(drums & comedy), Katie Oberholtzer(vocals), and Mark Shilansky(piano & vocals).
4 part harmonies, solos, duets, readings, and so much joy!

$25 VIP tickets available for purchase IN HOUSE ONLY to guarantee a seat!  Limited tickets available so get them soon!

Your ticket gets you your choice of seat and a complimentary glass of sparkling wine (or San Pellegrino for non-drinkers!)

doors at 5pm, show start at 6pm

general seating will be $10 at the door

We'll be dressing Blue up as a magical Winter Wonderland for just this ONE NIGHT, so you won't want to miss out on this one very special cozy, magical night!

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TAYLOR O'DONNELL is a phenomenal contemorary vocalist with roots in classical, jazz, folk, and R&B.  She performs regularly (every other month) at Blue as part of our Jazz night!

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207-774-4111

650A Congress Street, Portland ME

Hours
Mon-Sat: 5PM-Close
Sun: 6PM-Close

Blue has won Portland’s Best Jazz Venue for several years in a row and dedicates every Saturday night to Jazz at Blue.

Unless the show is ticketed we are always No Cover and we let you decide how much to Donate to the Musicians if you are so inclined.