First Night Chatham headquarters now open.
Visitors can purchase buttons and pick up programs.
Hours 10 am to 4 pm.and noon to 4 pm on Sundays.
Located at 583 Main Street Chatham. Chatham T Co. store.
Telephone: 508 945-1122.
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Bring your dancing shoes and learn from the professionals
FREE DANCE CLASSES Click here to find out more
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Start the First Night celebrations with the Cape Cod Opera on Friday, December 30th, 7:30 pm at the Methodist Church and end on December 31st with the grand finale of the Countdown Cod drop and fireworks at midnight on Oyster Pond.
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Special Guest Artist — Siobhan Magnus
American Idol Finalist Siobhan Magnus will lead the Noise Parade revelers to Oyster Pond at 6:00 pm. She will then go to the High School where she will entertain with two concerts at 9 pm and 10:15 pm as only Siobhan can with her powerful set of vocals, amazing sounds and unique funk and soulful music. ($18 button is required. Limited quota capacity – overflow will be viewed on a large screen in the gym) At the Grand Finale Fireworks over Oyster Pond, Siobhan will serenade the Countdown Cod and usher in the New Year with a rendition of the Star Spangled Banner.
Pop-in – Pop-out – No Wait!
Experience the Big Bands for Dancing the Night Away
Freddie and the Maybellines
Favorite fun big band for many years, Freddy will be performing in the Community Center Gym at 8:30 to 11:30 pm, with dance music, a dance contest, demonstrations, and no wait line because of the huge space for patrons.
Jimmy C’s Real Deal Band
Another favorite for many years, Jimmy C will be at Town Hall at 8:30 to 11:30 p.m., playing America’s own music — blues and rock. Join the band for listening, moving, and grooving at this generously spaced venue.
This big band and Chatham icon will perform at Chatham Bars Inn’s Monomoy Hall at 8:30 to 11:30 pm. The big band sound is made for romancing and dancing the night away, dance demonstrations, and dance instruction by professionals. No expected wait lines due to the large space available.
With Jeff Hughes on cornet leading the band, you’ll hear lots of swinging dixieland improvisations on familiar tunes, and on requested tunes from the audience. This is always a fun and exciting performance, so come and sit awhile, and prepare to enjoy some hot jazz to warm the chilly night, no button required. At the Atrium, 7 to 11 pm.