Spirited, stylish and engaging, Sidecar Social Club is a shot of whiskey hitting your veins. Soaring through numerous genres effortlessly, their energetic sets take you to colorful and surprising places. From the gritty, riotous underbelly of speakeasy jazz to the bizarre cabarets of wartime Berlin. From the sounds of Latin American dance halls and the big band era to soulful R&B and fifties rock.

Only about 13 tickets remain for the Saturday, March 21, event, which benefits the Sandhills Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) Moore County Veterans Support Fund.

All tickets are general admission and $37. Doors open at 6 p.m. for the 6:45 p.m. show. “Come on down to the corner of Poplar and Knight Streets,114 Knight St. to be exact, in downtown Aberdeen,” says a spokesman.

There’s dinner, with Meat and Greek Food Truck onsite, a full bar, featuring Reverie Cocktails, and Southern Pines Brewing Co, James Creek Cider and a selection of fine wines available for purchase. Plenty of free parking is available.

Call (910) 365-9890 in advance if you need special assistance. The ticket includes all taxes and a one year membership to The Rooster’s Wife — a private club that serves alcohol and complies with NC Alcohol Beverage Control rules. 

Check out upcoming events at www.vision4moore.com.

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