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Fernandes, Stereos set to rock Toronto in to 2011

New Year’s Eve can be one of the most difficult nights to plan for. With so many options — and expectations for a great experience — it can leave some feeling burdened.

New Year’s Eve can be one of the most difficult nights to plan for. With so many options — and expectations for a great experience — it can leave some feeling burdened.

After more than a quarter-century of experience, Citytv’s got New Year’s Eve down to a science.

Throw together an all-star cast of entertainers, television hosts, and dazzling effects for a live-to-air broadcast to entertain those not interested in braving the potential chill of New Year’s Eve weather.

Those who want to be part of the action can check out Nathan Phillips Square to see the whole thing live.

Starting at 10 p.m. on Friday, the 26th annual Citytv New Year’s Eve Bash is slated to be one of the evening’s hottest affair.

“The opportunity to play something like this where you get to share an experience with the whole country at once? Money can’t buy that,” says Stereos vocalist Pat Kordyback.

The pop/rock quintet, which just released their second album Uncontrollable, is among the musical acts performing at the bash.

“To be asked to be a part of this national event is huge for us. … What a great way to start a new year,” Kordyback says.

Singer Danny Fernandes says this will be his second time participating in the event, and he plans to hit the stage and kick-start 2011 in style. “I got to bring in 2009 this way,” he says. “The audience showed me so much love, it was amazing; a great feeling. Now that I’m a bit more established, I’m already getting a rush for it.”

 
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