March 11 | 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Vapor Night Club
342 Jefferson Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 United States

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Skeeter Creek has been bringing the party to Capital Region Country fans with their stellar live shows for 21 years! They have become synonymous with Country music in Upstate New York and you can join 107.7 GNA as we celebrate their legendary run!

You're invited to Skeeter Creek's 2,000th show celebration on Saturday, March 11th, 2023 at Vapor Nightclub at Saratoga Casino. Doors will open at 8 pm and the music starts at 9 pm for this FREE show, but you must be 21+ to enter.

The band will be bringing back some former band members to sit in and play a couple of songs and there will be a special video montage of the history of the band to play on the big screen before they hit the stage.

There will also be a special commemorative giveaway for the first 250 guests through the door that night - so get there early!

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Heartwrenching Look at Beloved Capital Region Concert Venue Before Demolition

WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. By doing so you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.

The Starlite Music Theater opened in 1957 and was a popular venue located in Latham. There were many acts that passed through the Starlite until 1997. It was a 3,000-seat theater in the round. In the 1980s I saw Belinda Carlisle of the Go Go's at the Starlite Music Theater. Kenny Rogers, The Monkees, Weird Al Yankovic, Jonny Cash, Run DMC, Diana Ross, and more graced the stage. The Starlite closed its doors in 1998 and laid dormant for years. Then in December 2012, the Starlite was demolished. Here are pictures of the venue in the summer of 2012 before it was leveled.

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