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Jesse Barry & The Jam NYE Dance Party

Friday, December 31, 2021
The Main Stage
$25 :: Masks Required
General Admission Tickets are available on line :: Call the venue for Dinner Reservation prior to the show at 828-575-2737
Main Hall Standing - General Admission Standing Show :: Some Balcony Seating


Celebrate New Years Eve with a Blues, Funk, & Soul dance party brought to you by the high energy of Jesse Barry & The Jam! Jesse Barry on Vocals, Kelly Jones on guitar & vocals, Micheal Hynes on bass, and Micah Thomas on drums & vocals!

Masks are Required

This is a standing show.  Dinner reservations can be made in the front dining room prior to the show by calling the venue at 828-575-2737.  Seating in the balcony is limited and is first come, first served – you may save a seat while having dinner prior to the concert.   (Dinner is not included in the Ticket Cost). Show starts at 8:30pm and ends at 10:30pm - plenty of time to get home safely and watch the Times Square Ball drop.

New Years Eve Menu


Gumbo de NYE

Black Eyed Pea & Collard Green Gumbo served w/ Carolina Gold Rice


Arugula Salad

w/ Red Pepper-Roasted Pecan Romesco, Pearl Onion, Black Apples, Radish, Blackberries, Shaved Grana Padana, Lemon Vinaigrette

Main Course…..

Mississippi Catfish

Cornmeal-Fried, Carolina Gold Rice, Black Eyed Peas, Southern Style Greens, Chow Chow, Pot Likker


Beef Tenderloin

Hickory Nut Gap Beef Tenderloin, Grilled Asparagus, Smashed Fingerling Potatoes, Crispy Onion, Tasso-Merchand de Vin


House Bread Pudding

served warm with Caramel Sauce 

Jesse Barry

Asheville, NC vocalist Jesse Barry, known for her soulful pipes and contagious enthusiasm on and off the stage, began her music career at the tender age of eight years old. Inspired by the sounds of Aretha Franklin, Steely Dan, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Etta James, Bonnie Raitt, Carole King, Linda Ronstadt, and a wide variety of music from both her mother and her grandmother’s generations, Jesse channels emotion from many of the pioneers of blues, funk, soul, and popular music, and pays homage through her interpretation of their songs. Jesse is often described as an “old soul,” and audiences are stunned by the huge voice that comes out of her small frame. Popularly known as “Skinny Legs” from Skinny Legs and All, a band she created when she was a teenager, Jesse had the opportunity to perform at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee and was the opening act for the Springing The Blues Festival in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Jesse competed on “American Idol” in Season 9 and has made a lasting impact on her hometown, Asheville, NC. Still residing in the beautiful mountains of WNC, Jesse sings with her blues, funk, and soul group Jesse Barry and The Jam, and collaborates with many of Asheville’s finest musicians on stage and in the studio.