The Taters Halloween Party
October 28 @ 8:00 pm$22.50
Seating: We assign seats in order of when you purchase your tickets. All reservations are subject to a food and drink minimum of $15 per guest. Gratuity of 20% is automatically added to all food and beverage purchases.
COVID-19 Policies: As live music reopens across the country, we, along with other venues, are prioritizing the health and wellness of our guests and staff while closely monitoring all government guidelines and recommendations regarding the spread of infectious disease.
Box Office: The Tin Pan charges lower fees for box office versus online sales. Our box office is open Tue-Sat 12PM-5PM. Please visit us during those hours or call 804-447-8189.
Here they come, walking down the street…
Long time Taters fans will tell you that their holiday shows are some of their favorites! For over 25 years the band has pulled out all the stops on Halloween to present an always unique experience. This year, the show will be opened by the original boy band from 1966, The Monkees. If you look close enough, you might recognize some of the players!
The Taters play what they call Roots-Pop: an eclectic mix of roots, rock, power-pop, and Americana, a sound that’s been described as “a curious mix of Mavericks, Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison and Beatles… Billboard Magazine calls it “American roots-rock with thoroughly modern, totally hip sensibilities“. The Washington Post says The Taters “Successfully combine the best elements of Buddy Holly with the vocal harmonies of the Everly Brothers.” No matter what the style, the music always centers around vocal melodies and harmonies, and it’s hard to walk away from a show without humming the songs. No Depression magazine describes it like this: “Think ‘Beatles For Sale’ if Marty Robbins were a primary influence instead of Carl Perkins.”
Their Halloween album, ‘DON’T SCREAM!‘ features originals and covers of some of our favorite spooky tunes, and features an intro by local late-night horror TV legend The Bowman Body. There’s a Bradbury-inspired song (“On Halloween“), a Lovecraftian mambo (“Yog Shuf’fel“), and even a few Buck Owens covers!