Nothing kicks off the Holiday season like the Sixth Annual 1940’s & 50’s White Christmas Ball. Held Saturday, Dec. 5, 2015, the Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum in Denver will be transformed to look like a scene right out of Irving Berlin’s classic holiday film for the 1940’s & 50’s White Christmas Ball.
Celebrating its sixth year, the large-scale charity ball will spark the imagination of 3,000 plus guests with a magical holiday party straight out of the 1940’s. Guests will enjoy live music, costumes, reenactments of classic holiday films, sleigh rides, food, drinks, and dancing. The annual sell-out event raises money for the Wounded Warriors Project and the Spirit of Flight Center Colorado.
The 1940’s & 50’s White Christmas Ball is one of two annual charity events held by the 1940’s Ball celebrating “The Greatest Generation.” The 1940’s WWII Era Ball, a 1940’s USO style event, is held annually each summer at the Boulder Airport. Since the events began in 2008, more than $53,000 in event net proceeds have been donated to charities including the Wounded Warriors Project and the Spirit of Flight Center Colorado.
Guests and VIPs may arrive beginning at 4 p.m. for this year’s 1940’s & 50’s White Christmas Ball on Saturday, Dec. 5, for free swing dance lessons with 23Skidoo. Doors will open for general admission at 5 p.m. with a red carpet paparazzi arrival. Music, dancing, and revelry will continue until 1 a.m. Tickets, photos, costume inspiration, and more information are available online at www.1940sball.org.
Denver Parent is giving away 4 tickets – so you can take your significant other and another couple or go as a group of friends!
Entry is easy, just comment below and tell us what you’d wear and you’ll be entered to win! If you just want two tickets, note that in the comment and we’ll award two winners!
Drawing will be held November 30th at noon, please respond within 24 hours or we will give away the tickets to the 2nd place. We will email tickets to the winner.