Party of the Decades to benefit the Junior League of Jacksonville

Posted by | March 22, 2017 | CFM News | No Comments

Travel through time at the Anheuser-Busch brewery on Friday, April 28 for the Party of the Decades to benefit the Junior League of Jacksonville. The event is a progressive party that starts in the Roaring ‘20s, moves into the Groovy ‘60s and finishes in the Rockin’ ‘80s.

“We encourage everyone to dress the part of your favorite decade and join us for a great night out,” said Emily Friend O’Leary, president of Junior League of Jacksonville. “There will be live music in the style of each of the decades you are in, but don’t get stuck in the ‘20s. Make sure your ticket will get you through the years and into each of the parties.”

Tickets will be available at three different levels; level one will allow access into the Roaring ‘20s party, level two allows entry into the ‘20s and a move into the Groovy ‘60s, and the all access pass will move guests through all the decades. For those who get stuck in the ‘20s, there will be an opportunity to upgrade to move into the ‘60s or all the way through to the ‘80s.

A level one ticket is $35 and allows access to the Roaring ‘20s party at 6:30 p.m., along with live entertainment and a limited selection of beer and wine. The level two ticket is $45 and gets a guest into the ‘20s and the Groovy ‘60s party at 7:30 p.m., plus complimentary food and a wider array of drinks all evening. The best ticket available is the all access pass, which is $55 and includes access to all three decades to enjoy all the live entertainment, free food and drinks. The Rockin’ ‘80s party starts at 8:30 p.m. Discounts are available for groups of ten or more, contact Leigha Ward at leigha.ward@cfmedia.net. To purchase tickets and learn more about the event, visit www.partyofthedecades.com.

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