This New Year’s Eve, Rolling Bay Hall is swinging

  • Monday, December 19, 2016 1:30am
  • Life

Toast the New Year à la Clark Gable, The Swedish Sphinx and the Great Kate.

On Saturday, Dec. 31, Rolling Bay Hall becomes a jazz club when the clock strikes 8 p.m. and everybody’s decked in tall pants, two toned oxfords and Eugénie hats (dress is cocktail and pre-1940s vintage).

Jendi Watson and Jessica Henderson will sing and scat to the piano stylings of George Radebaugh with Michael Sellman’s jazz quartet cooking retro DJ dance tunes deep into the night.

Tickets are $50 in advance and $75 at the door, though advance registration is encouraged. Admission includes complimentary hors d’oevre and bubbly. A full cash bar service is provided by the Harbour Pub.

The Rolling Bay Hall is located at 10598 NE Valley Road. Shuttle and cab service will be on call throughout the event. For information and tickets, visit www.soundartsproject.org.

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