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December 31, 2017 @ 9:00 pm - January 1, 2018 @ 2:00 am MST
Tickets are on sale for the upcoming sixth annual Prohibition NYE party, happening at the iconic Union Station in downtown Los Angeles. Produced by McCullough and Ross, in partnership with KCRW, the New Year’s Eve party will feature music by Goldroom, Lindsay and the All Nighters, Justin Ward and more, and a portion of the evening’s proceeds will benefit Akola, a nonprofit aimed at empowering women.
Partygoers will ring in the New Year at the Roaring Twenties themed event, which runs from 9 p.m. December 31 until 2 a.m. January 1. A limited number of $150 presale tickets are available up until 10 a.m. Friday, when regular general admission tickets go on sale for $175. For the first time in the event’s history, VIP table service will also be available. Table package information can be found at www.prohibitionnye.com.
Arguably one of Los Angeles’ most recognizable landmarks, Union Station will serve as the backdrop to the city’s most indulgent New Year’s Eve celebration. Guests of Prohibition NYE will be treated to live jazz music, world-class DJs, burlesque dancers and a premium open bar, all culminating in the awe-inspiring signature 60-foot ball-drop as the clock strikes midnight. The event is open to guests 21 and over; guests are encouraged to follow a formal dress code.
“Union Station sets the perfect stage for the majestic atmosphere of the 1920s,” said event producer, Chase Ross. “Prohibition NYE transports guests back in time, honoring the glamor and energy of the past, juxtaposed with some of music’s most progressive acts to ring in 2018.”
Coming off a sold-out North American tour, LA’s own Goldroom will get the dance floor moving as he headlines the main stage at the midnight hour. Dollhouse Entertainment’s esteemed burlesque troupe has been tapped to inspire the dance floor with their own hypnotizing act. The night will close with internationally touring saxophonist Justin Ward, performing a soulful sax-house set.
A portion of the proceeds will go to support the Akola Project, a nonprofit whose mission is to empower women to become agents of transformation in their families and communities through economic development. As the first full-impact luxury brand, Akola trains, offers work and empowers women in poverty by providing a living wage and making an impact at every point in their supply chain.
Union Station is located at 800 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles, California 90012
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit: http://found.ee/ProhibitionNYETix.
To view last year’s recap highlights: http://found.ee/ProhibitionNYEHighlights
About Prohibition NYE:
Prohibition NYE is an immersive music experience allowing attendees to enjoy the excitement and luxury of the Roaring Twenties. The company’s top priority is ensuring the quality of the attendee experience. Founded by John McCullough and Chase Ross, Prohibition NYE has been based in Los Angeles since 2012.
KCRW curates a unique mix of content centered around music discovery, cultural exploration and public affairs. The station embodies the spirit of LA and delivers its culture in innovative ways – on the radio, digitally, and through live events – to diverse, curious communities around the corner and around the world. A community service of Santa Monica College, KCRW can be found on the air throughout Southern California and online at http://www.kcrw.com/.
About Modern Disco Ambassadors:
Since its inception in 2013, Modern Disco Ambassadors has continued to bring world renowned talent to Orange County. M.D.A. Events offers a unique blend of progressive and eclectic music to guests at a variety of venues. For more information please visit: www.followmda.com.