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Michael Shynes & Paul ‘Stretch’ Diethelm on the Beaver Island Tapio
October 1 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join Michael Shynes & Paul ‘Stretch’ Diethelm for a Night of Music, Delightfully Different Food and Dam Fine Beer on the Beaver Island Tapio.
Shynes is a songwriter who recently went platinum overseas and whose original music has garnered millions of streams along with multiple commercial placements. Diethelm is an accomplished singer and guitarist who toured with The Rolling Stones and Aerosmith while playing guitar for Jonny Lang. He also wrote the title track for Lang’s second album ‘Wander This World.’
Tickets are available as tables of 4 and INCLUDE admission to the show AS WELL AS dinner entrees from Jules’ Bistro. YOU MUST PURCHASE ALL 4 TICKETS AT A TABLE.
Appetizers and desserts are also available. Choose these ADD-ONS before you click through to the map to select your seats. On the map, red tables are high tops and green tables are low tops.
Dinner Options Include…
- Creamy Lobster, Spinach and Tomato Macaroni and Cheese
- Hot Pork Sandwich (pulled pork, hot links, bacon, gouda, candied sweet peppers and Carolina mustard) on a Backwards Bread Co. Black Pepper Parmesan Roll with Creamy Powerslaw (kohlrabi, broccoli, brussels sprouts, carrots, red cabbage, and kale), Kettle Chips and Bistro Dip
- Paramount Pizza Featuring Jules’ Pizza Sauce, Artichokes, Tomatoes, Green Olives, Kalamata Olives, Bell Peppers, Mozzarella (can be vegan &/or gluten-free)
- Black & Bleu Flatbread Pizza Featuring Olive Oil, Garlic, Beef Brisket, Bleu Cheese, Wine Sautéed Portabella Mushrooms, Red Onions, Mozzarella, Green Onions (can be gluten-free)
Doors open at 6 pm and dinner will be served at 6:45 pm
***All tables will be six-feet apart and we respectfully request that guests remain socially distant from others who are not at their table. Outdoor bathroom facilities will be available; however, guests are welcome to move through indoor facilities and restrooms if wearing a mask, as required by the Governor’s current orders.