Coupe de Ville in Chow and Tipple line-up

Dan McIntyre and his band will be performing at Chow and Tipple next Saturday.

Coupe de Ville will be joining a stellar line-up at Chow and Tipple on February 24, with lead singer Dan McIntyre excited to be part of the event for the second year.

Dan and his band will be familiar to many Cambridge locals, as they have been playing at the Five Stags in Leamington on Friday and Saturday nights for the past four years.  The band plays a range of covers music spanning decades and including most genres – from top 40 hits, to rock, pop, and reggae, they specialise in country music, which Dan said is a favourite with Cambridge locals. “We love the staff and the locals down there (at Five Stags) and have developed a great crowd of regulars who come in week after week to create a great atmosphere of songs and dancing. We know so many of the customers and locals by name now and all their favourite requests and it creates a vibe that can’t be recreated in any other venue we play,” he said.

Likewise, Dan said the band loves the atmosphere at Chow and Tipple.  “We had an amazing time performing at last year’s event and can’t wait to be on stage again this year to join such a fantastic line up of talented musicians. We hope the event continues to grow and have success and that the people of Cambridge embrace it as a great annual local festival celebrating the region’s music, food and drink,” he added.

Dan will be joining musicians Annie Crummer, Jenny Mitchell, Ben Merito and others at the annual festival at McKinnon Park by the high school, on what is shaping up to be an awesome day out.

Cambridge News has a family pass to Chow and Tipple to give away.  Just email your name and contact details to sophie@cambridgenews.nz and you will be placed in the random draw.

Our decision is final, no responsibility accepted for wayward entries, alien abductions or other catastrophic events.  Competition closes 9am on Wednesday February 21.

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