The Romantic Era Brings the Pop to Happy Hour at Sherlock’s

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Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 at 7:45 AM
The Romantic Era Brings the Pop to Happy Hour at Sherlock’s by Alex Bieler
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By the time 6 p.m. hits on a Friday, it’s time to have some fun. The 9-to-5 gig can be put on hold for a few more days, and if you don’t necessarily have a 9-to-5 gig, well, it’s still the start of the weekend and you can relax with a draft or two during a wonderful period called happy hour.

On Friday, May 29, The Romantic Era will provide some pop to go with your beer during a special happy hour show at Sherlock’s. The band will start pumping out dance-inducing numbers starting at 6 p.m., letting you celebrate the weekend as soon as possible.

The locally-founded pop rockers have earned themselves quite a few fans with tracks like “Forever” and “Alone” and an electric live presence that can turn any night into a party. Head to Sherlock’s May 29 to join in on the happy hour fun whether you just got out of the office and feel the need for a relaxing drink, or want to start the weekend off on the right note, courtesy of The Romantic Era. – Alex Bieler

6 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 29 // 508 State St. // facebook.com/sherlocksparkplace

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