It's gonna be the a Very Red Room Christmas this year.
The Red Room is planning its first Christmas show complete with carols, crafts and performances at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 18, said Red Room manager Caleb Ingersoll.
Frazer Wambeke, Karli Fairbanks, Davey Ingersoll and Mitchell "from the future" Hays will provide the music.
The Red Room, at 711 Vineyard Drive, Kennewick, will have tables set up with supplies to decorate your own Christmas cookies, create some unique holiday greetings cards or cut out some snowflakes.
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"We want this to be a festive night that everyone can take part in," he said. "And we wanted to keep it cheap enough for the whole family."
Admission is $5. There's no alcohol sold at The Red Room but non-alcoholic beverages and food are available for sale.
Some of the other fun times planned throughout the evening include Caroloke -- holiday karaoke -- Baby Ketten of Portland.
Davey Ingersoll of Gosling fame will share the stage with Hays. The two plan on performing wild futuristic music complete with lights and sound.
Wambeke performs a mix of jazz tunes while Fairbanks, from Spokane, will give the audience a little taste of bluesy folk, Caleb Ingersoll said.
"We're also going to have an open mic caroling session," Ingersoll said. "We encourage anyone who has written a holiday song to bring it along and sing it for everyone."
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