TIM BURTON BALL FEATURING ABNEY PARK, IN NEW YORK CITY!
Two shows on February 26th , both All Ages!
The first Abney Park show 7pm doors, 8pm show for just $20.00.
Second event is the Tim Burton Ball at 10:00pm for just $30.00, and includes a performance by Abney Park, swing dancing and lessons.
Tickets to both shows are available for only $40.00, and no matter what show you see, you can join us at MoMA's Tim Burton exhibit the next day for a discounted rate of $17!
(Attendants under the ages of 21 will have to pay the club an additional fee of $10 cash upon arrival. Don’t hate us for this, it was the clubs rules, and it’s the only way we could get you in! Sorry!)
Exactly one week before Mr. Burton's sequel to Alice in Wonderland hits the screen, we present to you a place of more wonder than even he can concoct... a dance event filled with all of his creations. This truly will BE a wonderland.
Throughout the night, Abney Park will grace us with 2 full live shows and there will be many other special guests.
Tickets are available to Abney Park’s the early show (which is just a concert), The Tim Burton Ball, or you can attend both for a discounted rate!
No matter which you choose, consider joining us for our expedition to the MoMA's Tim Burton exhibit the next day (details after purchase) where we get a discounted rate and will be able to bypass the lines!
ALSO, dance instruction is included in the price of the ball - no partner or experience is required. We will focus on connection to a partner and how to have fun together on the dance floor. We'll also cover footwork because people think we're supposed to, but this is Swing Goth: it's not based on rules, it's based on music, your partner and you! Instruction will begin at 10:15pm and go until about 11:15pmish.
If you want to dress, feel free to come as any one of Burton's characters or as some creation of your own (or feel free to come as your are). We're certain they'll be plenty of Johnny Depps; but, seriously folks, if you want people to dance with you we don't recommend Edward Scissorhands. ;)