The Pearly Shells Big Band • Benny Peters

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13 Jul
Brunswick Ballroom

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The Pearly Shells Big Band With Ben Peters

DOORS 1PM // KITCHEN OPEN // SHOW STARTS 1.30PM

"WE ALWAYS HAVE A BALL PLAYING AT THE BALLROOM! “ 

Now get your tickets and get ready to do it all again at the Pearly Shells “Mid-winter Dance" Matinee show, Saturday  arvo July 13th, 1- 4pm.

Dress up and step out to the magnificent Brunswick Ballroom when the Pearlys Big band play swing jazz and jump blues from Count Basie, Sinatra, Billie Holiday, Peggy Lee,Ellington, Louie Jordan and more.

With special guest, the Jump blues King, Benny Peters!

 And featuring Melbourne’s premier Swing dance DJ Rusty Stylus, tickets thru Moshtix.

 Doors and DJ from 1pm, band from 1.30pm

TICKETING INFO 

Please have a digital or printed copy of your ticket ready on arrival along with a valid photo ID. Acceptable ID includes a current and valid Australian Photo Drivers Licence, State Approved ‘Proof of Age’ card or Passport.

The Brunswick Ballroom strives to improve our practices when it comes to sustainability and to reduce our carbon footprint. We don’t sell or provide plastic water bottles.

VENUE INFO 

THE BALLROOM MENU
The kitchen will be serving The Ballroom Menu for this show.
You can view the delicious offerings available by clicking here.

ACCESSIBILITY
The Brunswick Ballroom is Accessible.
The Brunswick Ballroom has made significant improvements to accessibility by installing an Acorn Chairlift. (Model: New Acorn Indoor 180 Curved Stairlift.)

VENUE FAQS
To find out more about the venue, FAQs can be viewed by clicking here.

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