Vernon pub celebrates New Year’s Eve

Marv Machura rings in the new year at Outboard Waterfront Pub

Marv Machura will be welcoming in 2019 at the Outboard Pub, Dec. 31, for a special New Year’s Eve Dinner prepared by the chefs at the Outboard. There is still time to reserve your table.

See also: Vegas coming to Vernon for New Year’s Eve

Machura is looking forward to playing tribute sets to three of his favourite artists: Gordon Lightfoot, Ian Tyson, and John Denver.

“I have been playing songs from these artists for many years, and these are the artists that have had the most influence on me and my music—and their repertoire of classic songs is amazing,” said Machura.

A singer-songwriter in the contemporary, Machura has released four CDs, published 20+ songs in Nashville, and is currently working on several new projects from his home and studio in Vernon.

Since moving to the Okanagan five years ago, Machura has established himself as an engaging live act and supporter of the community and arts scene throughout the valley.

For more information see www.marvmachura.com and www.outboardpub.com


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