YOU ARE INVITED TO A VERY SPECIAL EVENING!
FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 2015
DOORS OPEN 6PM - SHOWTIME 9PM


  = BIG BAND NIGHT DINE AND DANCE SPECIAL =  
= $69 PER PERSON =
ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS THREE COURSE DINNER
INCLUDES ADMISSION - NO TICKETS TO BUY
KEEP YOUR TABLE THE ENTIRE EVENING
SEATING LIMITED - RESERVE YOUR DINNER TABLE TODAY
(BEVERAGES, GRATUITY AND TAX NOT INCLUDED)

 RESERVE TABLE 


RESTAURANT RESERVATION LINE: 213-488-9488

NOT DINING? PURCHASE ADMISSION TICKETS BELOW


  ADVANCE DISCOUNT ADMISSION TICKETS: $25  
ADVANCE PURCHASE HANDLING $2.00

TICKETS AT THE DOOR: $30
(UNLESS SOLD OUT)

ENTER NAME OF EACH PERSON
WHO WILL BE USING TICKET
CLICK 'ADD MORE TICKETS' TO BUY MORE!
LIMIT OF 10 TICKETS PER ORDER

TICKET #1




DANCING ON TWO FLOORS

MEZZANINE LOUNGE SEATING
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED

HAVING DINNER?
YOU DO NOT NEED TO BUY ADVANCE TICKETS

TICKETS FOR ADMISSION ONLY
FOOD AND BEVERAGES NOT INCLUDED



REFUND POLICY


ADMISSION TICKETS REQUIRED FOR ALL GUESTS WITHOUT DINNER RESERVATIONS.
NOT DINING? SEATING AVAILABLE IN THE MEZZANINE - FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.
ONLINE DINNER RESERVATIONS NOT AVAILABLE ON THE DAY OF SHOW




From Swing to Swank, The Wiseguys Big Band Machine is an eighteen-piece ensemble dedicated to keeping great music alive. This Montebello, California-based big band features a screamin' horn line, talented vocalists, exciting soloists, and a roarin’ rhythm section.

Their repertoire includes the swingin' vocal tunes of Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin and Peggy Lee, big band favorites from Glenn Miller, Perez Prado and Buddy Rich.

The Wiseguys Big Band will keep you on your feet and dancing with classic mambos and cumbias plus great dance music from the '50s and '60s!

The Wiseguys' blend of swing, jazz and big band standards has made them a popular opening act for such diverse artists as Cherry Poppin' Daddies, Tierra, Mariachi Sol de Mexico, Maynard Ferguson, Poncho Sanchez and Santos de Los Angeles.


Featuring vocalist Frank Barajas

 






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