11th annual 1940s White Christmas Ball is back in Denver


The nostalgic vacation occasion will rejoice the seventy fifth anniversary of ‘It’s a Wonderful Life.’

DENVER — Get out your finest fedora or pull your hair up in retro victory rolls as a result of the 1940s White Christmas Ball is back.

After internet hosting digital occasions in 2020, the 1940s White Christmas Ball is returning to an in-person, two-night occasion on the Hyatt Downtown in Denver on Friday, Dec. 3 and Saturday, Dec. 4.

The theme this year is “It’s a Wonderful Life,” celebrating the 1946 traditional movie.

Actress Karolyn Grimes is a featured visitor at this year’s ball. As Zuzu Bailey in “It’s a Wonderful Life,” Grimes’ line “Every time a bell rings an angel gets its wings,” is arguably probably the most well-known line in the film. Grimes will probably be signing customized ornaments and taking pictures.  

Throughout the evening, there will probably be vacation music from varied swing and massive band acts like Jukebox Saturday Night, Dandy Wellington, The Hot Tomatoes Dance Orchestra and The Satin Dollz, an genuine attire trend present, swing dance classes, a automobile present, cocktails and a 1940s conventional Christmas Dinner.

Santa Claus can even be there to grant these vacation needs. Here is a full listing of leisure on the ball.

Guests can get their classic seems to be on the 1940s Ball Starlet Salon and take a look at classic and vintage-inspired clothes and presents on the Christmas Vintage Fair.

Several vacation film set recreations will probably be featured on the ball together with the stage from the film White Christmas, the doorway to the Columbia Inn, a “Count Your Blessings” hearth, the World War II stage scene the place Bing Crosby sings the track “White Christmas” and a set celebrating the film “A Christmas Story.”

Tickets to the occasion begin at $109 and might be discovered here. A portion of ticket gross sales go to non-profits.


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