Local favorites like DJ Ashton Martin, The Stolen Winnebagos, Dolewite and DJ CMAC fill the January lineup
KANSAS CITY, MO (Dec. 15, 2015)
– The Well Bar, Grill & Rooftop is offering entertainment every Friday and Saturday night in January. All shows begin at 9 p.m.
January Entertainment Schedule
Live entertainment will begin at 9 p.m. and take place on The Well’s main stage.
Friday, Jan. 1: DJ Geefer Sutherland – Beginning with a meager record collection, Geefer Sutherland has developed his skills over the past seven years to become one of the premier up-and-coming disc jockeys in Kansas City.
Saturday, Jan. 2: DJ Vinyl Richy – With more than 15 years of experience as a disc jockey, Vinyl Richy is set on taking his original music production to a new level, while maintaining and growing his skills on the turntables.
Friday, Jan. 8: DJ Mike Scott – Establishing a name for himself at age 16 in the legendary nightclub scene of New Orleans, DJ Mike Scott has worked across the globe playing hundreds of clubs, touring with the Dave Chappell Comedy Tour and opening for acts such as Nelly, Moby and Kid Rock.
Saturday, Jan. 9: DJ Kay-Fan – Kay-Fan established himself as a disc jockey in 2013. As White House Entertainment’s exclusive artist, he currently deejays at local bars and clubs in the Midwest area.
Friday, Jan. 15: DJ Highnoone – For a decade, DJ Highnoone has been mixing some of the most paramount mixes to hit the Midwest. He plays an amazingly eclectic mix of music and beats of yesterday and today.
Saturday, Jan. 16: The Stolen Winnebagos – A Kansas City-based trio, The Stolen Winnebagos bring more than a decade of experience playing together with a diverse catalog including a wide variety of songs from the ‘50s through today.
Friday, Jan. 22: DJ Boogie B & MC Jody – Disc jockey Boogie B is a remixing, scratching, music loving aficionado. MC Jody started announcing and hosting shows at the age of 19. He brings high energy and humor to get the crowd involved and in the zone the entire time.
Saturday, Jan. 23: Dolewite – A hip-hop tribute band playing hits from the ‘80s, ‘90s and 2000s using live instruments and six vocalists.
Friday, Jan. 29: DJ CMAC – DJ CMAC is known for his signature freestyle technique and seamless transitions from genre to genre.
Saturday, Jan. 30: DJ Ashton Martin – With an immense music repertoire stemming from an early education in music, Ashton captures crowds for a high-voltage performance. Mixing effortlessly between genres has become a trademark quality, guaranteeing full crowd excitement and participation.
Weekend Drink Specials
Friday and Saturday drink specials will supplement live entertainment and include:
Friday: $4 shots of Jägermeister, 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
$1 off specialty shots, 11 a.m. – close (1:30 a.m.)
$1 off beer and shot combos, 11 a.m. – close
Saturday: $3 domestic drafts, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
For more information about live entertainment and drink specials at The Well, visit www.waldowell.com, follow The Well on Twitter at @WaldoWell, “like” The Well on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/TheWellBarGrillRooftop or call The Well at (816) 361-1700.
About The Well
The Well Bar, Grill & Rooftop, known by locals as simply “The Well,” opened its doors in Kansas City’s historic Waldo neighborhood in August 2009 at 7421 Broadway St. Combining an urban feel with the casual atmosphere of a neighborhood bar, The Well is a unique, multi-level restaurant with open-air windows and an expansive, all-season rooftop patio, one of the Kansas City’s largest outdoor dining options. The Well is open seven days a week, 365 days a year, offering guests a chef-driven menu featuring fresh seafood, made-to-order pastas and dry-aged ribeye steaks. Lunch and dinner are served daily until 10 p.m. and a condensed, late night menu starts at 10 p.m. until 11 p.m., Monday – Thursday, and until midnight on Friday and Saturday. Happy Hour is offered from 3 – 6 p.m., Monday – Friday. Breakfast is served on Saturday starting at 10 a.m. and The Well’s popular six-station brunch buffet is served every Sunday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and includes Kansas City’s largest Bloody Mary bar.