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Holiday Entertainment at Thunder Valley





Thunder Valley Casino Resort is proud to present its Countdown to 2014 New Year's Eve Celebration where guests will have the opportunity to enjoy several entertainment options, dining specials and nightly drawings all leading up to a thunderous News Year's Eve celebration with a live performance by Tower of Power and special guest Average White Band. 

"New Year's Eve is going to be a huge celebration this year at Thunder Valley," said Dawn Clayton, General Manager of Thunder Valley Casino Resort. "Our Countdown to 2014 New Year's Eve Celebration includes a handful of diverse entertainment options and promotions throughout the casino, so there is sure to be an alluring option for all Thunder Valley guests."

 From Dec. 27 to Dec. 30, nightly drawings will take place at 8 p.m. and ten winners are guaranteed. Just after the clock strikes midnight at 1:30 a.m. on New Year's Day, one lucky guest will win the $10,000 top prize in our final drawing. 

During the casino-wide New Year's Eve celebration, free party favors will be distributed throughout the property and as the clock strikes midnight, confetti will shower guests at the Main Stage. 

A complete list of entertainment acts included in this year's Countdown to 2014 is listed below:

  • Saturday, Dec. 21 - Winter Dance Party: Buddy Holly Tribute Show
  • Friday, Dec. 27 - Amy Schumer
  • Saturday, Dec. 28 - Holiday Jam 2013 with The Whisperers and SOS Band
  • Sunday, Dec. 29 - Mark Chesnutt with Confederate Railroad
  • Monday, Dec. 30 - Frank Caliendo
  • Tuesday, Dec. 31 - Tower of Power with Average White Band

For more information on the Countdown to 2014 New Year's Eve Celebration or to purchase tickets for upcoming entertainment, visit us online at http://thundervalleyresort.com.





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