Portland New Year's Eve Masquerade Ball @ Secret Society Ballroom | Music, Dance

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From our sponsors @ Secret Society Ballroom
December 31: Portland New Year's Eve Masquerade Ball With Swing Sextet The Midnight Serenaders @ Secret Society BallroomPortland New Years Eve Party
Secret Society Ballroom
(thesecretsocietylounge.com)
116 NE Russell St., PDX
Doors open: 8:00

Trolley Jane: 9 – 9:30
Midnight Serenaders: 10 — 12:30 (midnightserenaders.com)

Sycnopated Rhythms will do dance performances to the music of the Midnight Serenaders.

Tickets: $25 advance | $30 at the door
Advance tickets: brownpapertickets.com/event/141336

This New Year's Eve join old-time swing sextet the Midnight Serenaders at the Secret Society Ballroom in Portland for their first ever New Year's Eve Masquerade Ball! Also appearing on this very memorable evening will be the debut of the (almost all) female supergroup Trolley Jane, featuring Portland alt-country starlet Little Sue, Lisa Marsicek, aka. Miz Kitty, the Midnight Serenaders' Dee Settlemier, and Captain James Cook fr…om Trashcan Joe. There will also be a very special swing dance performance by the Syncopated Rhythms dance company.

The Secret Society Ballroom, built in 1907, is one of Portland's most elegant event spaces, with beautiful hardwood floors, lush red drapes and vintage wood, simply an amazing ambiance and the perfect spot for a New Year's celebration. Fine food and drinks will be available, and a champagne toast will be provided.

NOTE: No one under 21 years old will be admitted.

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3 Responses to Portland New Year's Eve Masquerade Ball @ Secret Society Ballroom | Music, Dance

  1. Susan December 31, 2010 at 12:20 #

    The Secret Society Ballroom sounds amazing! I would love to attend this party.

  2. Lyle Schaefer December 27, 2011 at 00:16 #

    Please clarify, is this a series of stage shows or a swing dance? Thanks

  3. Lindsey December 29, 2012 at 11:40 #

    This sounds like it will be so fun!

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