OAKHURST – Let’s take a breath. It’s good to look for silver-linings at the close of one of the most difficult years in recent memory. For many, spending New Year’s Eve at home with pets and loved ones is not the norm. However, at the southern gateway to Yosemite, you can’t keep them down, Yosemite Wine Tails is hosting the biggest, baddest party in town, and everyone is invited.
Evening clothes or pajamas are both optional dress code. This one is going, you guessed it – virtual.
“I’m ready to close the door on 2020 to ring-in a new year,” says Colette Goga, owner of Yosemite Wine Tails. “When I discovered ‘Sh!tshow Wine’, I knew I had found the perfect theme to end the most unconventional and challenging year, ever. This virtual concert intends to bring hope, the chance to have a good laugh, enjoy great music, and liven up staying home for the night.”
The evening starts at 5:30 PM with raffles, wine bottle prizes, and Yosemite Wine Tails, owner Colette Goga as Master of Ceremonies.
The lineup includes the following bands recording across the Central Valley and mountains. Night Heat, Chris Elkins -Big Elk, PB&J, Richie Blue, What Comes Next and South 65. They will play all of those favorite cover songs, a bit of country, and a little bit of rock and roll.
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At the heart of Yosemite Wine Tails is working with wineries that give back. Grovedale Winery introduced ‘Sh!tshow Wine’ earlier this year to rave reviews and to the delight of many. Recently the winery announced a partnership with Mental Health America (MHA) to help raise funds and awareness towards mental health conditions at a time when many are in need of assistance.
“I am proud that our business model begins by insisting that each winery, brewery, vendor, and distributor contributes a portion of their proceeds to a pet centered non-profit,” Ms. Goga continued. “‘ Sh!tshow Wine’s’ recent announcement to fundraise for mental health awareness makes me even more proud to feature their wine at this event.”
Ms. Goga further explained, “It has been a tough ten months for the business, and the support of customers who have become friends has gotten me through the trials of the year. People are caring about what they buy, shopping local, and right now – partying long distance.”
Sh!tshow Wine is available at: www.shitshowwineco.com