ADMISSION TICKETS AVAILABLE
DINNER RESERVATIONS NO LONGER AVAILABLE
PLENTY OF TABLES FOR OUR SECOND SHOW
ON SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22 AT 8 PM
MAXWELL DEMILLE PRESENTS
THE JOHNNY HOLIDAY SHOW
Dine and Dance to Big Band music of
The Johnny Holiday
12-PIECE DANCE ORCHESTRA
conducted by Dean Mora
and featuring the Honey Taps Dancers.
SPECIAL GUEST STARS
Christine Nelson, Todd Murray, Adam Tunney
Rat Pack Ricky, Kayre Morrison, Damon Kirsche
Dennis McNeil, The Lindy Sisters, Laura Dickinson, Kym Lane
Charon Aldredge, Mary Stanford, Rusty Frank, Dave Berges
Tony Farrell, Scott Eads, plus more!
Enjoy a fabulous show in the style of Johnny Holiday's uncle
Bing Crosby's classic Holiday Time radio program.
A night of fabulous guest performers, great music, surprises,
and Holiday Cheer you won't want to miss!
JOHNNY'S PHOTO ALBUM OF GUEST STARS FROM PAST SHOWS!
|Johnny Holiday, Great Nephew and God Son of the late Bing Crosby, spent a bit of time on television starting in 1969 but mostly worked nightclubs and hotels, opening for the headliners such as Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughn, Jerry Vale, Dick Haymes, Nancy Wilson, Johnnie Ray, Eddie Fisher, Don Cherry, John Gary, Tony Martin, Frankie Laine, Mel Torme and many others.
He sang with various bands including four years with Ernie Hecksher in The Venetian Room at the Fairmont Hotel a top Nob Hill in San Francisco, The Beverly Wilshire, The Hollywood Roosevelt, Eden Roc, The Deauville, Waldorf Astoria, St. Regis in NYC, The Fountainbleu, The Everglades Club, and other Hotel's and Resorts throughout North America, Canada, and two tours in South America.
Mr. Holiday worked for bandleaders Ralston Ayers, Lawrence Welk, Ronnie Kemper, Dick Jurgens, Bobby Thomason, Dutch Deutch, Alan King, and many others. He sang for dancers, debutante balls, and parties. This was at a time which really was the last gasp of what was called, "Cabaret Society".
Working activly for charities and fundraiser, he raises money for several worthwhile organizations such as The USO, Operation Gratitude, and The Good Works Program of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels.
Johnny is the toast of Hollywood society as he presents his featured nights at the World Famous Cicada Club with "The Johnny Holiday Show" offering great dance music featuring the 10-piece Johnny Holiday Orchestra with Dean Mora, music director and a galaxy of guest stars!
ADMISSION TICKETS $40
IN ADVANCE OR AT THE DOOR
SEATING AVAILABLE IN THE MEZZANINE
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.
ALL SALES FINAL - NO REFUNDS
TICKETS MAY BE TRANSFERRED TO A FUTURE NIGHT
DANCING ON TWO FLOORS
MEZZANINE LOUNGE SEATING
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED
TICKETS FOR ADMISSION ONLY
FOOD AND BEVERAGES NOT INCLUDED
CICADA CLUB DRESS CODE
BUSINESS, EVENING, VINTAGE, CONSERVATIVE,
FORMAL, AND ELEGANT ATTIRE SUGGESTED.
PHOTO ID IS REQUIRED
NO ONE UNDER 21 ADMITTED
RESERVE YOUR DINNER TABLE
DINNER RESERVATIONS NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR|
Saturday, December 22, 2018
The Johnny Holiday Show
= HOLIDAY PARTY DINNER SPECIAL = |
= $64 PER PERSON =
ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS THREE COURSE DINNER
(BEVERAGES, GRATUITY, TAX, AND ADMISSION NOT INCLUDED)
KEEP YOUR TABLE THE ENTIRE EVENING
SEATING LIMITED - RESERVE YOUR DINNER TABLE TODAY
ADMISSION NOT INCLUDED WITH DINNER PURCHASE
PLEASE PAY FOR DINNER AT THE END OF THE EVENING
DEC. 22 - The Johnny Holiday Show Holiday Spectacular=
DEC. 23 - The Johnny Holiday Sunday Show Holiday Spectacular=
DEC. 30 - Dean Mora Orchestra New Year's Eve 'Eve' Party=
DEC. 31 - New Year's Eve Party=
No setting in the entire city is more spectacular!
With the grandeur of a classic Hollywood musical from the thirties, The Cicada Restaurant and Club is a unique experience where you will transport back in time to the glamorous days of Hollywood's golden age of nightclubs.
Featuring the finest dance orchestras and entertainment, The Cicada Restaurant and Club is unlike any night on the town you have ever experienced.
SSituated in the famed Art Deco Oviatt building, downtown Los Angeles' historic Lalique palace, The Cicada Restaurant and Club is the ultimate location for your elegant romantic evening, birthday party or anniversary dinner.
Originally built as a top-of-the-line haberdashery in 1928, The Cicada Restaurant and Club retains much of the original features French designers and artisans of the time created.
Spacious and elegant, the dining room offers delicious cuisine and dancing on the main floor. A mezzanine with views of the stage features a fabulous Art Deco bar and lounge with its own dance floor.
Massive waterfall chandeliers below a gold-leaf ceiling compliments vintage entertainment enjoyed by patrons dressed in elegant attire.
© 2018 The Cicada Restaurant and Club
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