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Woodlands Tavern
Sat December 22, 2018 7:00 pm
All Ages

This will be our final fundraiser of the year, so we're pulling out all the stops!  The George Barrie Band will provide the evenings soundtrack, with a mix of originals, Christmas covers, and guest performances from a few Columbus music a... Read more

This will be our final fundraiser of the year, so we're pulling out all the stops! 

The George Barrie Band will provide the evenings soundtrack, with a mix of originals, Christmas covers, and guest performances from a few Columbus music all stars performing songs from this years workshops. 

There will also be a silent auction with everything from concert tickets to date-night packages at local hotspots to family photo shoots with a professional photographer. 

Help us send off 2018 in style, with a night of great local music, holiday cheer, and the finest vibes and chicken sandwiches that only Woodlands can provide.


Woodlands Tavern
Sun December 23, 2018 3:00 pm
All Ages

Day Drinking with Colin and The Bowlers Sunday December 23rd. Doors 3pm. Show 4-6. No Cover    Colin Gawel from Watershed returns to Woodland's for his annual Holiday blow out Sunday Dec 23rd with a special matinee appearance. Yes... Read more

Day Drinking with Colin and The Bowlers Sunday December 23rd. Doors 3pm. Show 4-6. No Cover 

 

Colin Gawel from Watershed returns to Woodland's for his annual Holiday blow out Sunday Dec 23rd with a special matinee appearance. Yes, he will be playing the song Still Love Christmas.


Woodlands Tavern
Wed December 26, 2018 8:00 pm
All Ages

Woodlands Tavern
Fri December 28, 2018 6:00 pm
All Ages

Woodlands Tavern
Fri December 28, 2018 8:00 pm
All Ages

The Wooks translate the sights and sounds of the people, hills, bars, roads, and creeks around them into songs and shows that captivate. With both respect for their heritage and innovative originality, The Wooks are the natural evolution of a sound t... Read more

The Wooks translate the sights and sounds of the people, hills, bars, roads, and creeks around them into songs and shows that captivate. With both respect for their heritage and innovative originality, The Wooks are the natural evolution of a sound that has always been there.

 

The Way Down Wanderers: 

Often referred to by fans as one of the hardest-working, hardest-touring bands on the circuit today, the 5-piece Illinois-based act not only proves that classification with their jam-packed tour schedule but also on stage every night, with youthful exuberance and a lively stage show, as reliable as it is infectious. High energy percussion, mandolin, guitar, bass, banjo and fiddle weave seamlessly together to create an experience for fans that has sold out shows across the UK and the United States, filling the front rows with fans not just singing along to one tune, but singing along to all of them. “Everybody says it. We’d be nothing without our supporters. Yeah, they buy tickets and of course we love that, but when we’ve been on the road for 10 hours and walk onto a stage road weary and we see familiar faces singing along, it’s hard to describe. It's everything, really. There’s a whole lot of love there.”

Music enthusiasts are not the only ones taking note. Critics and tastemakers alike have awarded the young artists an impressive number of accolades ranging from official showcases at AmericanaFest (2018) and International Bluegrass Music Association (2016) to Whitstable UK Session of the Year (2017), a BBC Scotland Session (2017) as well as Finalist, International Song Writing Competition (2015 & 2016), Chicago’s Best Emerging Artist, Deli Magazine (2014) and Songpickr’s Best Songs Spotify Playlist (2016) among others. The young men are no strangers to the festival circuit either, having played major National and Regional Festivals such as Merlefest, Summer Camp, Red Wing Roots Music Festival and Saskatchewan Jazz Fest all across the United States, Canada and the UK. The band has also graced the stage of coveted venues such as Bluegrass Underground (TN), The Fox Theater (CO), Park West (IL), The Vogue (IN) The Station Inn (TN) The Ark (MI), and countless others.



Here's the updated information for the December 29 show at Woodlands. Four solo artists/bands that appear on the CD '68 Songbook' are playing the show. The four are: Billy Zenn and the Enablers, Kim Crawford, Hilda Doyle, and Peter ... Read more

Here's the updated information for the December 29 show at Woodlands.

Four solo artists/bands that appear on the CD '68 Songbook' are playing the show.

The four are: Billy Zenn and the Enablers, Kim Crawford, Hilda Doyle, and Peter Conrad.

$10 - see the concert and receive the '68 Songbook' CD, a collection of 19 tracks of music from 1968 recorded by Central Ohio musicians


Woodlands Tavern
Mon December 31, 2018 5:00 pm
All Ages

Come ring in the New Year in Funk'n style! We will be celebrating the New Year with a very special Happy Hour set from Tony Monaco. Followed by a set from TATTAT. MojoFlo will play next all the way into 2019. Then one more raging set of ... Read more

Come ring in the New Year in Funk'n style! We will be celebrating the New Year with a very special Happy Hour set from Tony Monaco.

Followed by a set from TATTAT.

MojoFlo will play next all the way into 2019.

Then one more raging set of TATTAT to ensure were starting 2019 of right!


Woodlands Backyard
Mon December 31, 2018 9:00 pm (Doors: 9:00 pm )
All Ages

The Legendary all-inclusive New Years Eve is back and better than ever at Woodlands Backyard.   Enjoy beer, wine, cocktails, heavy apps, champagne toast and free mini bowling! Live entertainment featuring DJ D Rock will have you dancing in... Read more

The Legendary all-inclusive New Years Eve is back and better than ever at Woodlands Backyard.

 

Enjoy beer, wine, cocktails, heavy apps, champagne toast and free mini bowling! Live entertainment featuring DJ D Rock will have you dancing into 2019.

 

Doors open at 9pm. This event will sell out.

Grab your tickets today! 

 

For table inquiries: purchase below or text 614-940-5003 for more info.

 

Large Group? - text same and we can accomodate parties of up to 100 in a private space if you want.

 

****we cannot offer "all-you can drink", each patron will be getting ample drink tickets (minimum 8, plus a champagne toast)****

 


$65.00 - $650.00 More Info Buy Tickets
Woodlands Tavern
Fri January 4, 2019 6:00 pm
All Ages

Expanding the Palette of Jazz in Columbus January 2018 (Columbus, Ohio) Combining a blend of jazz styles, Silent Bell Quartet is a new project from a familiar group of Columbus music scene veterans. The band has showcased as part of the line-up o... Read more

Expanding the Palette of Jazz in Columbus
January 2018 (Columbus, Ohio)
Combining a blend of jazz styles, Silent Bell Quartet is a new project
from a familiar group of Columbus music scene veterans. The band has
showcased as part of the line-up of the Jazz Series at M, a Cameron
Mitchell restaurant in downtown Columbus. Tossing out older jazz
standards, they have developed their instrumentals of early legacy
album-oriented rock. This is classic rock re-imagined for saxophone,
guitar, bass and drums.
Silent Bell Quartet consists of members of the central Ohio band Trace
Marie & Blue Level. Their versatility of influences, drawn together by
Craig Fernandez’s sax improvisational flow, creates a sonic appeal that
will break new ground, adding to the landscape of great live music in
central Ohio. Guitarist, Bradley Scott notes, “We’ve performed an
evolving mix of familiar pop and original songs for over 10 years now.
The experience has led us to expand our sound in a new direction. We’re
proud to be part of Columbus’ musical tradition and ready to add some
new spice to the stew with this latest instrumental project.”
Tenor and soprano saxophonist Craig Fernandez states, “Our
arrangements are built on choosing great compositions from a particular
era of rock and pop in the 1960s and 1970s. I like to approach our songs
like a vocalist. An element of what I am attempting to do is to sing the
melody with my saxophone. ” Bassist, Adam Koltnow mentions, “This
classic rock jazz chill is perfect for many venues while giving the
listener a new way to view the heritage of a jazz standard.” Discover
more and contact Silent Bell Quartet at www.bluelevelmusic.com.


Woodlands Tavern
Fri January 4, 2019 7:00 pm
All Ages

Whirlybirds formed in 2016 when Joe Gilliland, former bandleader of The DewDroppers, decided to continue creating the kind of accessible, catchy, pop-swing sound the band was know for despite some members parting ways. With clarinet/saxophonist Josep... Read more

Whirlybirds formed in 2016 when Joe Gilliland, former bandleader of The DewDroppers, decided to continue creating the kind of accessible, catchy, pop-swing sound the band was know for despite some members parting ways. With clarinet/saxophonist Joseph Brenneman and bassist Trent Sampson in tow he set out to construct a new project. With the addition of Nick Simko on trumpet, Max Marsillo on drums, and Jacob Campbell on keys, Whirlybirds was born.

 

The band quickly began to develop its own spin on the style, delving deeper into New Orleans style Dixieland and pre-WWII era jazz while still incorporating more modern elements of jazz, pop, soul, funk. The result is unique arrangements of original music (as well as standards/covers) designed to engage and entertain the audience in a high-energy, live show the audience won't soon forget.

 

Whirlybirds can be enjoyed by audiences of young and old, whether they be conessuers of jazz or simply casual concert goers. Dynamic enough for a small dinner engagement or full blown concert stage. Contact at whirlybirdsband@gmail.com for booking inquiries.


Woodlands Tavern
Sat January 19, 2019 7:00 pm
All Ages

Crawling out from the weed-choked lots of the once proud town, The Detroit Cobras whip out ass-shaking anthems to good times, wild times, and the high and lows of L-U-V-E; you best believe it and you best not mess with it. Singer Rachel Nagy and... Read more

Crawling out from the weed-choked lots of the once proud town, The Detroit Cobras whip out ass-shaking anthems to good times, wild times, and the high and lows of L-U-V-E; you best believe it and you best not mess with it. Singer Rachel Nagy and guitarist Mary Ramirez are the bad girls by the exit doors at the school dance, all leather and heels, sneaking smokes and passing the flask. They have no time for dewy-eyed love songs or girl group decorum; theyll take care of business themselves with a bat of the eye or an elbow to the kidney. Rachels warm as the bourbon under the seat of your car voice can boom to the back pews (Did we say "pews?" We meant "barstools") and Marys riffs let you know that love and good times can be found in the tilt of a hip or at the end of a fist.


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