August 19 Update: We are sold out of the food option but you can still come and enjoy the music, gondola ride, and fun!
Belleayre will host an after-hours event from 5 to 8pm at the summit! Ride the Catskill Thunder to the summit and enjoy food, drink and live music at the Sunset Lodge.
Updated Price: $40 for adults & $20 for children 10 & under – includes, gondola ride, & music.
Music: Eugene Tyler Band
If there is inclement weather, the event will be moved inside the Discovery Lodge.
Dinner Served Until 7pm:
Ginger Soy Sliced Pork Tenderloin
Traditional Sweet and Spicy Italian Sausage Platter
Chicken Marsala with Button Mushrooms
Roasted Vegetable Platter with Assorted Sweet Peppers, Onions, Squash, and Portabella Mushrooms with Balsamic Glaze
Boiled Salted Baby Red Potatoes
Assorted Rolls with Whipped Butter
Chocolate Brownie Sundae With Caramel Sauce and Whipped Cream
Iced Tea & Lemonade
Grilled Portabella Pesto Cap Topped with a Slice of Grilled Tomato, Fresh Mozzarella and Basil
About the Band
Eugene Tyler Band are just three mama’s boys with anxiety problems trying to find catharsis in high-energy, irreverent songs. Eugene Gardner (vocals/guitar/mandolin), Daniel Tyler (guitar/banjo), and Marc Jaffee (upright bass/vocals) all grew up within a couple of miles of each other in downstate New York, and since 2015 they’ve been on the road, performing at landmark clubs like Sony Hall and the Knitting Factory and bluegrass festivals like Ossippee Valley and Thomas Point Beach, building a dedicated fanbase stretching from Colorado to Maine.
Their newest album, “Thanks Cats”, was released in 2021. It’s the band’s third full-length and first live release, recorded at some of their very last shows of 2020. “It’s the most honest record we’ve ever made,” says singer/songwriter Eugene Gardner. “Most of our time is spent on the road, drinking in the sun and making music with friends, some new and some we’ve known forever. We’ve made a lot of memories at those shows and hopefully these songs make people feel like they’re right there with us.”