Once again The Red House on Third Avenue will be the lounge where VIP and Premium ticket holders of the Nov. 4 Wine Down Main Street will enjoy fine food by The Daily Dish and Catering & Events by Suzette, a wine bar with “higher end” wine, a beer bar and two spirit bars and the return of the popular band Everyday People playing on the porch.
“We will have fine wine and the best catered food,” said Laura Hill, owner of The Red House.
“I am so excited about Wine Down Main. It’s one of my favorite grownup events of the year — Pumpkinfest is my favorite kid event. I just love fall at The Red House.”
VIP and Premium ticket holders only will be served from 6-8 p.m.
Then, at 8 p.m. the Red House will close for one half hour to make a few changes. When it opens at 8:30 p.m. all Wine Down Main Street ticket holders will be welcome with food and adult beverages available until 10 p.m. The band will play until 11 p.m.
If the fall evening is cool, heaters and the fire pit will provide warm relief.
“We are looking forward to [Wine Down Main Street] — Laura [Hill] is always so much fun to work with,” said Wendall Bigsby, band member of Everyday People. “It’s a great cause, with great people and always a great time. It’s one of our favorite gigs.”
Last year, when the band played at The Red House, it ended up “with one of the biggest bands that ever played on the porch,” Bigsby said, referring to the local talent that joined their performance on the porch stage. “It was amazing, and we are honored and humbled to play.”
Those who want to hear more music by Everyday People can drop by the Bunganut Pig on Columbia Avenue the following Saturday, Nov. 12, for an encore performance.
Two other popular local bands will be playing during Wine Down Main Street. Brawninger “Bronzie" will perform blues and soul music on The Public Square, and The Boomers’ stage will be on Fifth Avenue and Main Street.