The Yard Katz are taking the stage at Orchard Theatre one last time this year on Dec. 28. (Photo from Facebook)

Orchard House is a Rockin’ final time this decade.

The Yard Katz and the Hip Replacements are the starring bands for the Dec. 28 show.

The Yard Katz are hosting one last jam session in this decade.

The Orchard House is a Rockin’ for the final time in 2019 on Dec. 28.

The Hip Replacements will be joining the Yard Katz as guests on stage.

If you are a musician yourself, you are invited to bring your guitar, your drumsticks, or your band and join the jam.

The show starts at 1 p.m. and tickets are available at the door for $10.

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