Book now for pre-Christmas knees-up at the ‘Christmas Tap N Ale’

Goodbye Stereo will be reforming for a very rare appearance. They’re a fantastic live band, who will be ably supported by Galactic Ents DJs, Jakey Chan and Oz White. Book now to avoid disappointment.

band members of goodbye stereo

If you’re searching for a night out filled with festive fun this December, look no further than the “Christmas Tap N Ale” at The Cow Co, Tapnell Farm.

Reforming for a very rare appearance, and headlining the event on 17th December, will be none other than Isle of Wight band, Goodbye Stereo.

A fantastic live band
One of the Isle of Wight’s best known musical exports in the last few years, Goodbye Stereo released their debut album “Island” in May 2013, but went their separate ways a year later.

the bar at The Cow co

Aside from a handful of one-off shows and festival appearances, this will be their first “public” show for quite some time!

Here’s a little sampler of the boys …

Galactic Ents DJs
Ably supporting the band, later in the evening the crowd will be treated to several hours of party-rocking music from the Galactic Ents DJs, Jakey Chan and Oz White, with a mashup of hip-hop, dance and classics for you to dance your merry socks off to.

Food, yuletide cocktails and more
Food is provided for all party-goers, with all entry tickets including a festive burger (with a no-beef option for veggies).

There will also be Christmas cocktails, real ales, a festive photobooth, and bags of Yuletide cheer.

Book now
Tickets are £15, which includes entrance and a burger.

Buy now online to avoid disappointment.


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