Saturday, Nov 18, 2017 9:00 PM EST
The Crofoot Ballroom, Pontiac, MI
21 years and over
Journey with us where time stands still and speeds up, where before is only after and the sense makes all but any. Enchantment and entertainment is found in every turn of our four themed areas… This is Dark Wonderland.
-Doors Open from 9:00pm-2:00am
-4 Themed Dark Wonderland Rooms
•Queen of Hearts Balcony (VIP)
•Mad Hatter Tea Party
-$500.00 Cash Prize Costume Contest (Costumes are Optional)
-Special Guest DJ
-Strolling Wonderland Characters for Great Photo Ops
-Photo Booth and Props
-Fire breathers/ aerialist / stilt walkers/ acrobatics/ multi-talented performers
-The Ultimate Wonderland Experience
** VIP guests will have access to The Queen of Hearts Balcony Domain where you’ll have a great view of the spectacular acrobatics and entertainment throughout the evening. Limited VIP Lounge seating will be available, arrive early for seating. VIP guests will also receive two drink tickets… Try the “Drink Me Potion” and “Mad Hatter Punch”.**
Online ticket sales will end the day before the event, day-of tickets will be available for $40.00 at the box office. Limited number of tickets available.
Must be 21+ to participate. Don't drink and drive, arrange a designated driver, take public transportation or call a cab/uber.
Dark Wonderland FAQ’s:
-Do we have to dress up to participate in the bar crawl?
•No. Costumes are not required but we do encourage dressing up to enhance the experience. There will be a $500.00 Cash Prize costume contest.
-If for any reason I can’t make it to the event, can I get a refund?
•No. All sales are final, rain or shine event. You can however transfer your ticket to another person.
***A portion or proceeds will be donated to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society***
"Multiple sclerosis is a complex disease of the central nervous system (brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves) characterized by relapses (neurological symptoms which appear rapidly but often improve over weeks or months), remissions and often progression of disability over time. MS is currently not a curable disease.
Learn more by visiting http://www.nationalmssociety.org/