A Summer Solstice Ball featuring the Al Fenton Big Band will be held on Saturday, June 17th, 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM at the New England Carousel Museum. Tickets $15 and pre-paid tables of 8 or more may be reserved ahead of time. This is a BYOB event and snacks and set-ups will be available for purchase. Dress to impress and come experience the beautiful, large wooden dance floor in our ballroom as you swing, dip and jive to the live music.
The Al Fenton Big Band performs a variety of music including blues, jazz and swing. This music lends itself to many styles of dancing, either alone or with a partner. There will also be a dance lesson given by The Dancing Duo during the evening. Join them just to watch, move to the music and spend time socializing with friends or come to make some new ones.
This will be a night to remember, come swing with us.
The museum will be filled with lights, music and, as always, our beautiful carousel animals. There will be many opportunities for fun festive photos and memories to cherish for years to come!
The New England Carousel Museum is located at 95 Riverside Avenue, Bristol, CT 06010. For more information, to purchase advance tickets or reserve a table, call 860-585-5411 or visit their website here.
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