2nd Annual Roaring 20s Ball

Historic Hotel Bethlehem is looking to recreate history for guests looking to attend a dance ball. The hotel offers over 90 years of history and hospitality experience, and they are holding a Roaring 20s Ball. Take a “step back into time” and relive a night from the roaring 20s with a jazz swing band and prohibition era style cocktails.

Hot Club of Philadelphia will provide entertainment, keeping guests dancing all night long. This event includes a 4-course meal and a fully stocked and open bar all evening long. Tickets start at $139 plus tax per person, or $259 plus tax per couple. Guests are encouraged to dress up to the style of the 1920s.

Last year, the Roaring 20s Ball SOLD OUT ! Tables are filling up fast, be sure to reserve your spot today! For tickets and information please contact Brynn Levine by email or dial 610.625.2234.

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Historic Hotel Bethlehem’s
Roaring 20s Ball

Friday, April 28, 2017 | 6:00pm – 11:00pm

$139/person (+taxes)
$259/couple (+taxes)

Featuring Jazz Band – Hot Club Philadelphia

Cocktail Hour with Hors D’oeuvres | Dancing | Photographer
4 Course Dinner | Open Bar

Special Overnight Room Rates Available

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Featured Band: Hot Club of Philadelphia

Hot Club of Philadelphia, an acoustic ensemble, mixes the style of ‘Hot Club of France Quintet’ with their own modern influences to create their unique version of American ‘Hot Jazz.’  Originating from musicians like Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington, American ‘Hot Jazz’ uses acoustic guitars, bass and violin, rather than horns and drums. Let us take you back in time an enjoy an evening of swing dancing and fox trotting!

Check them out here for information : hotclubphilly.com

Thank You to Our Sponsors


worth noting

Historic Hotel Bethlehem is located on one of the “Top 10 Main Streets” in the country according to U.S.A Today.

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