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The day after celebrations 

Bearly's upholds tradition with their New Year's Day levee.

This day-after party has been taking over Bearly's just as long as the blues have. Since switching over from country bar to House of Blues and Ribs in 1995, the popular neighbourhood watering hole has upheld the tradition of packing the place on the first of January. An always lively crowd of regulars and drop-ins can toast to 2011 and put off their resolutions for one more day, all the while jamming to tunes from singer-songwriter Mike Trask.

Bearly's House of Blues and Ribs, 1269 Barrington Street, Jan 1, 3:30pm

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