Avalon Ballroom

Location

Avalon Ballroom
6185 Arapahoe Road, Boulder, CO 80303

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Date

Dec 31 2019 - Jan 01 2020

Time

10:00 pm - 1:00 am

New Year’s Eve Celebration

We are headlining this huge dance party for the fourth year in a row! It is such a fun event with multiple live bands and DJs, 3 dance halls, terrific food, cash bar, dance performances, and a midnight toast. Even if you don’t know how to dance, you need to come to this gig.

Featuring:

  • Roger Campbell – Clarinet
  • Mike McCullough – Guitar/Vocals
  • Rick Weingarten – Vibraphone/Vocals
  • Jerry Weiss – Piano
  • Dwight Thompson – Bass
  • Jim Moore – Drums

 

Many, many of you have joined us for our last few New Years Eve parties and they have been amazing!

Ring in the New Year in Style – with Music and Friends!

The Avalon Ballroom in Boulder, Colorado.

The LARGEST Social Dance Event of the year!

Tickets available in advance at www.dancelaughlove.com

Or at the door by cash or credit card.

$40 in advance through December 22. On website or on sale at Avalon dance events.

$45 in advance through 30 December. On website or Avalon events.

$50 at the door on the day of the dance. Cash or credit/debit card.

No advance reservations needed.

No discounts, no refunds, but…..

Free admission for volunteers!

Some paid positions available. Inquire to Snowhawk Productions or American Vernacular Dance.

You can also buy tickets in advance by cash or check at AVD events at Avalon.

All ages; minors will be carded.

 

Doors open at 6:45 PM. Halls open at 7:00 PM. No advance admission.

Waltzing and ballroom dance in the ballroom starting at 7 PM.

Joe Smith and the six-piece “Spicy Pickles” swingtet will play the Ballroom 7:30 to 9:45.

The “After Midnight Jazz Sextet” will play the Ballroom from 10:00 PM to 1:00 AM.

 

Salsa in Sodal Hall until 1:30 AM.

 

Dancing in the Northeast Studio until 1:30 AM. (Program to be determined.)

 

Dance performances in the Ballroom at 8:30 and 9:40 PM.

 

Amazing food and snacks organized by Halina Palmer and lots of volunteers.
Homemade cider by Craig Kontny.
Champagne toast at midnight in the Ballroom, included.
Cash bar hosted by Radu Popescu of a non-profit organization, the Romanian American Freedom Alliance. Proceeds to RAFA. Wine, beer and short menu of cocktails. Cash or credit.

Dress to Impress!

Details:
We are often asked “Is this primarily an event for couples?” This is a mixed crowd; plenty of couples, plenty of singles, plenty of groups of friends.

Due to our liquor license there can be no BYOB for this event.
(Don’t even think about trying to sneak booze in to this event!)

Minors will be carded.

Food will be provided primarily before midnight; only light snacks after midnight.

The two sets of dance performances will be in the Ballroom.

The midnight champagne toast will be in the Ballroom, starting just before midnight.

Volunteers wanted. There are many projects for volunteers in exchange for free admission.

There are some paid work positions.

There is a coat room and coat hooks in the Salsa studio. Protect your valuables. (Leave them home.)

Drink responsibly!

Don’t leave anything behind!

Have fun!

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