‘Brewhouse Secret Show’ ticket sale crashes the Internet: And just think, there wasn’t a Kardashian involved. Brewhouse Music & Grill teased a secret acoustical show for this coming Tuesday involving a well-known Georgia entertainer. Tickets, at $25 a piece, went on sale with 250 at the Broad Street restaurant and 250 online. Writes owner Jay Shell: “(Tuesday night), you guys set a new record for selling out a show here at the Brew. You bought 250 tickets online under two minutes. In the process, we crashed the Internet for a short time. The line on Broad Street started forming at noon (Tuesday).” The mystery guest created a cottage industry of sorts with tons of speculation on Facebook, Twitter and even dominating holiday parties. The correct answer: Cole Swindell.
River Dog Outpost grand opening tonight at 6: It appears a few test runs already have been . . . run. That said, the grand opening of River Dog Outpost at the bridge off Broad Street in the Cotton Block, is tonight at 6. It appears they’ll be open until 1 a.m. The Facebook update: “We know Christmas Eve is a time for gathering with family. It’s also a great night for a Grand Opening! So come be a part of the River Dog family on Christmas Eve… Unwind from that family dinner with a tasty brew or glass of wine and enjoy the nearly full moon reflecting on the River from our bar.”