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Concerts and Dining Specials Ring in Holiday Cheer at Conference Hotel in Edmonton

Lively Lineup of Events Set the Stage for Holiday Celebrations

ENOCH, AB -- (Marketwire) -- 11/15/12 -- A lively lineup of concerts and events are ideal for ringing in some holiday cheer and one of the premier conference hotels in Edmonton, Alberta is keeping a tight schedule so friends and families can join together for exciting entertainment and delicious dining choices.

Two upcoming events are great opportunities to surprise diehard fans with an early Christmas present whether enjoying a night out or creating a weekend escape for fun at the expansive Edmonton Marriott at River Cree Resort. This exceptional conference hotel in Edmonton breaks the mold on traditional amenities, featuring a lively casino and two NHL-size hockey rinks in addition to three restaurants, a health club and indoor pool making it a grand destination with plenty of fun things to do for everyone. As home to The Venue, an exciting entertainment site, this stylish choice among hotels in Edmonton is offering the following special events as the holidays draw near.

UFC Championship Series

Promising excitement only the UFC can bring, The Venue at the Edmonton Marriott at River Cree Resort will host the Ultimate Fighting Championship series - UFC 154 as World Welterweight Championship contenders Georges St-Pierre and Carlos Condit faceoff on November 17, 2012. A "must see" for UFC fans, doors at The Venue open at 7 p.m. followed by the by 8 p.m. fight. The $10 per person admission also includes a small buffet for the enjoyment of guests and the prospects for fun before and after the contest are tremendous.

The Fab Four, The Ultimate Tribute

The Fab Four, The Ultimate Tribute to the Beatles will make a post-Thanksgiving appearance as part of their world tour, bringing note-to-note renditions and familiar sights to the stage for an unforgettable real life representation of the Beatles' remarkable career. Tickets for the one-night only appearance set for Saturday, December 8 are $29.50. Doors open at 7 p.m., followed by the show at 8 p.m.

Event tickets, dinner and show packages along with hotel options for both events may be purchased by visiting RiverCreeTickets.com or by calling 1-855-296-2733.

Multi-Office Christmas Parties

The Venue is also hosting Multi-Office Christmas parties December 7 and 14, a fantastic opportunity for small businesses, families and friends to join together for a festive dinner, dancing and live music. More information and tickets are available by calling 1-780-390-2622.

About the Edmonton Marriott at River Cree Resort

The Edmonton Marriott at River Cree Resort is conveniently located just minutes from Edmonton International Airport and welcomes travelers with contemporary accommodations, outstanding service and energetic entertainment options. By taking advantage of the resort's many travel and vacation package deals or utilizing the CAA/AAA hotel rate, an Edmonton escape can be fun and affordable. Situated on a 49-acre estate, the hotel is also convenient to popular Edmonton shopping, museums and attractions for a well-rounded travel experience.

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