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Trebeaché Halloween Masquerade With Randall Bramblett Band Oct 29

October 27, 2016 by SoWal Staff

Halloween Masquerade Party & Costume Contest at Trebeaché on Saturday October 29 from 6-11pm at the upstairs haunted ballroom in the heart of Blue Mountain Beach. Featuring music by Randall Bramblett Band. Franko Washboard Jackson and The Steeno's to open the show. Doors open at 6pm. Music at 7pm. Tickets available online now!

Join the SoWal community for boos and music. The venue is mostly standing room with limited seating. Tickets $50 available at the restaurant or online now. $60 at the door. This event is presented by Grayton Beach Catering and Trebeache with some of the proceeds going to Witches of South Walton's annual benefit for Children's Volunteer Health Network (CVHN). Look out for the Witches of South Walton, listen for their cackles and buy some raffles! Witches, call for your discounted tickets ($40). Music lovers: call for group ticket discounts (20% off) and VIP tables to include full service and signed Randall Bramblett CDs. Come early for discounted dinner at Trebeache for ticket holders (10%).

Online ticket purchasers automatically entered to win half day fishing charter from Captain Harry's Coastal Adventures.

Costume Contest:
1st Place $750
2nd place $500
3rd place $250

Randall Bramblett returns to South Walton for another performance and will no doubt roll out Devil Music from the album debuted at Arnett's Stables last Halloween. Bramblett is an American musician and songwriter, whose career as a solo artist, session player, and touring musician, has spanned more than three decades. He has worked with Gregg Allman, Steve Winwood, Bonnie Bramlett, B.J. Thomas, Widespread Panic, and Roger Glover. He plays keyboards, saxophones, guitar, mandolin, and harmonica, and his songwriting is influenced by blues, folks and gospel.

“One of the South’s most lyrical and literate songwriters.”  Rolling Stone

“Randall is in my opinion the most gifted & talented southern singer-songwriter musicians of the past several decades.”
  Chuck Leavell (Rolling Stones, Allman Brothers)

“Randall Bramblett is the William Faulkner of Southern music”  Hittin’ the Note

“Randall is one of Georgia’s musical treasures”  Dave Schools - Widespread Panic

​Make plans with your friends for a special night out with great music. Beware! Witches of South Walton will be on hand selling raffle tickets for some really great prizes at the event and the evening's ticket sales (10%) will also go to Witches of SoWal for their CVHN charity ride taking place Oct. 31 at Gulf Place. 

Raffles and great prizes on hand for the night include something special by Franko Washboard Jackson, shrimp boil and beach bonfire for 10 by Grayton Beach Catering and more. Read about Witches of South Walton Brew, Ride & Brunch 2016 at SoWal.com - an annual benefit for Children's Volunteer Health Network (CVHN).

Trebeaché restaurant and event venue is located at Redfish Village in Blue Mountain Beach. The restaurant brings a big easy feel to Blue Mountain Beach with the same great food and excellent wine list you would expect from their sister restaurants, Stinky’s Fish Camp in nearby Dune Allen and Trenasse in New Orleans. Trebeaché takes both of those concepts - one super casual, one upscale - and blends them seamlessly into a relaxed but elegant setting. 

The restaurant is open daily for lunch, happy hour and dinner, and on Sundays they add brunch. Stay tuned to Facebook for info on live music and events. See menus and more at www.trebeache.com.  Call for dinner reservations 850-937-7793 or reserve with Open Table online.

Read more and see photos at SoWal Dining Guide | Trebeache


The Trebeache Events Ballroom is sure to be "haunted" for the Masquerade Party featuring Randall Bramblett!

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