Step Back In Time At The White Christmas Ball

White Christmas Ball

You hear so much about the good old days, and you kind of hate that you missed them. You have the chance to step back in time without the aid of a time machine by attending the 9th Annual 1940s White Christmas Ball on Dec. 1 at the Hyatt Regency Downtown Denver Convention Center. Tickets are $67, and the sale ends on Nov. 23. You can also buy tickets for a shared table if you want to go with your friends.

The Experience

The organizers go all out to recreate the ‘40s and ‘50s at the ball. There are vintage vehicles sitting among movie set lights and props. Then, there are the re-enactors who bring you back to the old days. When you see all this action, you will feel like you’ve gone back in time.

It wouldn’t be a ‘40s or ‘50s party without some music. The bands recreate the music of the old days, so you can expect to hear some swinging, brassy, and jazzy tunes during the ball.

The organizers also throw in some Christmas décor so you’ll remember you’re celebrating the holidays. The end result is a party you won’t want to miss.

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What’s New This Year?

Each year, the organizers recreate scenes from some of your favorite movies. They’ve added some new scenes this year. They’ll be recreating scenes from some of the most popular films of the ‘40s and ‘50s. Hang out at Novello’s from “White Christmas” or compete in the Charleston Dance-off at Bedford Falls High School. There will be all kinds of recreations throughout the convention center, so expect to be dazzled.

You love going back to the ‘40s and ‘50s for a night, but when it comes to your wheels, you want something modern. You love all those cool bells and whistles, and we have just what you need at Mike Shaw Subaru in Thornton, Colorado. Stop by before the ball, pick up some new wheels, and drive to the ball in style.

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