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River City Big Smoke BourbonBlog.com invites all of our followers in the Evansville and Tri-State area for featuring a gourmet buffet courtesy of Madeleine’s Fusion Restuarant, premium liquor tastings of single malt scothes, high end bourbons along with the fingest cigars from Cigar Cigar! It takes place Saturday night, March 31 at The Event Gallery on 956 Parrett Street in Evansville, IN from 6 to 10 pm. Tickets are $50 and you may purchase them at the door.

We’re told doors may open early around 5 pm for the University of Kentucky vs. Louisville Cardinals Final Four NCAA game so you can watch it on a big screen TV.

Cigar Cigar! will supply 3 different premium cigars from the goodie bag that each attendee will receive at the event entrace.

200 tickets available at $50 per ticket. All profits this event will be donated to The Wounded Warrior’s project, an organization that beneftis our US military veterans

Tickets available at Cigar Cigar!, Madeline’s Fusion Restaurant, Buxton Motor Sports, Opus 1 Music,  Evansville Living

The event date is Saturday, March 31, 2012, which coincidentally, is the day before a local smoking ban takes place that will ban any form of smoking in all restaurants, bars, and even private clubs (on April 1, 2012).

The event tells us that they plan on this becoming an annual event in years to come and they want you to be a part of it from the beginning.

 

 

 

Scotch & Bourbons that will be represented include

Scotch Whisky BarRussell Reserve
Woodford Reserve
Willett
Dalmore
Rare Breed
Wild Turkey 81
Stetson
Glenlivet
Nadurra 18 and 21
Chivas Regal 18
Backbone Bourbon
Aberfeldy
McCallan
Highland Park scotch

and more!

 

Cigars that will be represented include:

CigarsA. Fuente
Padron
Rocky Patel
Tatauje
Ashton
Davidoff
Oliva
Drew Estates
Cohiba
Carrillo
Avo
Acid

and more!

 The Event Gallery by Madeleine's, Evansville, Indiana

The Event Gallery by Madeleine's, Evansville, Indiana

 

One Response to “The 2012 River City Big Smoke”

  1. Cigar

    Ending a battle that lasted more than a year, the City Council voted to end the last major loophole to a tough statewide ban on smoking in public buildings that had conspicuously exempted gambling halls.But patrons still will be able to light up in unstaffed smoking lounges away from the table games and slot machines if the 11 individual casinos choose to build them. The ban takes effect Oct. 15. Smoking would still be permitted in enclosed smoking lounges where there would be no gambling.