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Join us for an evening with Nashville’s hit writers performing their Mega Hits and get an EARLY taste of the Perham Smokehouse, The Old Warehouse’s latest addition

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Event Details

Date: 10/09/2021

Start time: 17:30

End time: 23:59

Venue: Perham Hall

Address: 705 Railroad Ave, Zillah, WA, 98953


Saturday, May 8th Come and experience two of Nashville’s most prolific hit country music writers, Lee Thomas Miller and Tim Nichols.

“It Ain’t My Fault” & “Shoot me Straight” performed by the Brothers Osborne, “People Loving People” performed by Garth Brooks, “Live Like You Were Dying” performed by Tim McGraw, and “Cowboys and Angels” by Dustin Lynch – Just to name a few/

A night of excellent music and the stories behind their creation.

We will also be debuting latest addition to The Old Warehouse!
The Perham Smokehouse, a Southern style BBQ with tasty influences of Texas and Memphis BBQ.

Meal includes generous portions of baby back ribs, apricot Chicken, smoked scalloped potatoes, Caesar salad, and a dessert.

VIP packages and General Admission tickets available.

Doors open at 5:30PM
Dinner to start at 6:00PM
Music to start at 7:00PM

*Social distancing guidelines will be in effect.

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