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The Southgate House Revival - Sanctuary
Sat December 16, 2023 7:00 pm (6:30 pm DOORS)

Sweater Weather: A Christmas Event

$15 adv/$20 dos
Sweater Weather – A Christmas Event
Join us for a sweater themed event. We are running a canned food drive to spread holiday cheer while enjoying drinks and music. This multi genre event will have folk, rock, indie, and a DJ to close things out!

We will begin the night with the folk trio of Cincinnati natives in Old Souls String Band. Their high energy and harmonics will get the party started.

Next up is another Cincinnatian, Beach Bum! Beach Bum is an indie/alternative solo artist whose groovy melodies and deep voice will be sure to sooth.

Prism is our next act of the evening. Prism hails from Dayton, Ohio. And much like their name implies, will bring a spectrum of music to the stage. Prism specializes in rock covers, putting their own spin on classic songs. These guys are sure to please!

Deadbeat Millionaire, the host band of the evening will be following Prism. The Deadbeats made their Southgate House Revival debut on Halloween weekend. The 7 piece band owned the stage and wowed the audiences with their instrumental diversity and special spins on well-known songs. You can expect some interesting iterations of classic Christmas songs. The Deadbeats are a must see!

Finally, we have Tesreflect. Tesreflect is a new local Cincinnati DJ. While he typically produces and plays electronic music, he is cooking together a fun dance/hip hop set to close out the evening.

Don your best holiday sweater, bring some cans of food and come out to support a good cause.
Tesreflect
Deadbeat Millionaire
Beach Bum
The Old Souls String Band
The OLD SOULS STRING BAND is comprised of Zane Thompson, Elijah Bedel and Eric Osborne who are all young traditional musicians specializing in Appalachian old time music as well as other folk styles. Their love for the music is rooted in a deep appreciation of community, history, and culture. They hope to keep these styles alive for a new generation and would love to encourage other young people to play as well.
Prism