Macon's Midnight Rider~

This is the agenda for the April Midnight Rider, will update the May 15th event as it becomes available Macon's Midnight Rider, a monthly trolley pub crawl, will debut April 17th. It will begin its route at 8pm and run until 2:30am. A $5 wrist band can be purchased on the trolley and is your admission to ride the trolley an unlimited amount of times throughout the night. Two trolleys will be running the route from 8pm - 2:30am. One trolley will begin at Wagers Bar and Grill stopping at CJ's Bar and Grill, The Power Station, and then downtown. The second trolley will start downtown and make stops at the The Shamrock then back to Wagers. The Downtown stops are: MLK and Cherry, Third Street and Cherry, and Second Street and Cherry. Downtown participants include BJ's Billiards, Club Synergy, Envy, The Hummingbird, Cox Capital Theatre, The Red Eye Tavern, and The Rookery. We invite you to see if you can "conquer the Midnight Rider" by seeing if you can visit each establishment and get the ultimate Macon experience. Macon's Midnight Rider is sponsored by Zingo Designated Drivers, The 11th Hour, and NewTown Macon. Participating Establishments: Wagers: Chris Bartlett Playing live CJ's: $2 Domestics, $2 Well Drinks, 2-4-1 Jager Bombs Powerstation: "Pistoltown" Rocks The Powerstation BJ's Billiards: "Best Pool Hall in Town" Red Eye Tavern: Live Music Hummingbird: Red Swill Band with Corduroy Road Rookery: $10.99 Steak Dinner Cox Capitol: Jupiter Coyote in Concert Shamrock: Mark Brookshire Performing Live; Food and Drink Specials Club Synergy: $1.50 single well drinks; $2 domestic beer Envy: DEA Friday nights are back at Envy Zingo: Flat Rate $20 fee with Trolley wristband

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  • david c.

    I think it's worth another go.

    May 18, 2009

  • Amy

    Started at wagers, checked out powerstation and onto the Red Eye and Tic Toc. The nite didn't get started to late and we got started early!

    May 16, 2009

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