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George Gee Sweet & Sour Scary Swing Halloween Dance Party Wednesday, October 31st at the Grand Harmony Palace in Chinatown

SOURCE: Published: 2007-10-25
Sweet & Sour SCARY Swing !


Wednesday - October 31st, 2007

The Grand Harmony Palace in Chinatown, NYC
and special guests THE BLUE VIPERS OF BROOKLYN
$15 Cover // $15 food/bar min until 9:30pm
$20 Cover // No Min afterwards

We will be having a COSTUME CONTEST with $100 CASH PRIZE for First Place! To be eligible for the contest, you need to register by 9:00pm and the contest will be held at 10:45pm. Winners will be determined by thundrous and earth-shaking applause, so attendance by your friends, family members and strangers off the streets are recommended.

FIRST PLACE: $100 cash plus free entry (for two) to all Grand Harmony Sweet & Sour Swing events until the end of 2007.

SECOND PLACE: George Gee and Blue Viper CDs plus free entry (for two) to all Grand Harmony Sweet & Sour Swing events until the end of 2007.

THIRD PLACE: Free entry (for four) to all Grand Harmony Sweet & Sour Swing events until the end of 2007. Consolation prize to all contestants will be a pair of passes to all Sweet & Sour Swing events until the end of the year. Additionally, we will have various raffles throughout the evening for fun gifts (to be eligible, just need to sign our email list at the front desk upon entry). There will be NO DANCE LESSON on this evening (usually provided by Sandra Cameron Dance Center) and pretty much continuous live dance music (well, we have to tear DJ TOMO off the dance floor once in a while to spin and spin and spin....).

Doors will open at 7pm.

7pm-730pm: DJ TOMO 730pm-815pm: The Blue Vipers
815pm-9pm: GG & MBBO
9pm-930pm: The Blue Vipers
930pm-1015pm: GG & MBBO
1015pm-1045pm: The Blue Vipers
1045pm-11pm: Costume Contest
11pm-12midnight: GG & MBBO
12mid to 1230am: DJ TOMO

Dinner reservations are recommended by calling (212) 226 - 6033 Discounted parking is available right next door at Hester Garage, 106 Mott Street. Q, N, R & 6 Trains to Canal Street. !

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