'Dark Sarcasm' Pink Floyd Tribute Show
Dark Sarcasm" 7 Piece Pink Floyd Tribute Band will hit the Castle on the Delaware stage in Walton, NY Saturday, May 25th from 8pm to Midnight. Their debut January 5th was so impressive that we booked them again immediately. $5 Cover. Come anytime after 5pm, the time the Restaurant and Bar opens, to taste delicious offerings from our regular dinner and bar menu. Kitchen open late, until 11pm.***** -Historical Castle on the Delaware is an Event Venue and a NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES former Armory Building, built in 1896 at 139 Stockton Ave. in Walton NY. Plenty of Parking. Restaurant and Bar Open Wednesday thru Saturday from 5pm to 11pm or later. Winter schedule; closed from January 12 to March 31st. Karaoke/DJ most Friday's 8pm to Midnight. Please Check Our FB Event Calendar for Complete Schedule of Events. The Castle is Family Friendly. Experience Fabulous Food and Drinks and Expert Catering In Our Magnificent Grand Ballroom. Extra Large Dance Floor Perfect for Dancing and Ceremonies. 640 People legal capacity. Rent The Castle For Your Perfect Wedding, Prom, Retirement Party, Sweet Sixteen, Birthday/DJ/Concert/Party, Show/Convention, Fundraiser, Vendor Event or any other Occasion. In house professional PA/Lighting System, 20 Channel Mixer, Grand Piano and Drum Set. We accept Credit and Debit Cards.
Venue: Castle on the Delaware
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