Solana Beach: Want to win tickets to the Belly Up’s Atomic Groove Christmas Party?

The Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach is starting the season off with a festive dance party featuring crowd favorites from the past and present to celebrate the holidays.

North County San Diego’s top Variety Dance Band will be bringing their Annual Atomic Groove Christmas Show on Dec. 2 starting at 9 p.m. to the Belly Up. The production is sponsored by Frog’s Fitness, and will feature the forever mirthful Atomic Girl Carrie, the always joyful AG Fly Elf Girlz and the whole AG Band.

Your entry gets you a free raffle ticket for fabulous prizes, including a one-year membership to Frog’s Fitness, a year pass for two for all of AG’s Happy Hours in 2012, PLUS the grand prize of “Be A Guest Fly Girl” at a future Belly Up/AG Happy Hour in early 2012. All entrants receive a guest pass to Frog’s Fitness, the official Training Site of Carrie and The AG Fly Girlz.

This is a later show, not the normal happy hour slot, so be prepared to get your holiday groove on all night.

The Belly Up and Solana Beach Sun are also giving away a pair of tickets to the show. Visit and “like” The Solana Beach Sun’s Facebook page to win a pair of tickets. The paper will contact you in a Facebook message if you are selected from the drawing.

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  3. Tickets on sale for benefit
  4. Beach Cities Jam coming to Belly Up Tavern July 28
  5. Solana Beach’s free, two-day music festival–Fiesta del Sol–returns

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Posted by Lorine Wright on Nov 29, 2011. Filed under Featured Story, Music, News, Solana Beach. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

3 Comments for “Solana Beach: Want to win tickets to the Belly Up’s Atomic Groove Christmas Party?”

  1. Atomic Groove

    How fun is that video & rap? So fun doing this with her!! MC Meryll rocks! Looking forward to seeing you all there on Fri. Dec. 2, 9p (doors at 8p)! Love & holiday cheer- The Atomic Girl Carrie and the Whole AG Gang!

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