Revel into 2017 at Prohibition’s gilded, Gatbsy-themed NYE bash at the Astorian

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Miss Kaleena Sue & the Moonlight Dolls | Photo courtesy of Prohibition Supperclub & Bar

Put a fresh spin on 2017, with the help of some legendary favorites, as Prohibition and The Moonlight Dolls present the swinging and stylish The Jazz Age: New Year’s Eve 2017 at The Astorian on New Year’s Eve, Saturday, December 31, 2016. 

“The parties were bigger. The pace was faster, the shows were broader, the buildings were higher, the morals were looser.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald

Travel back to the Roaring ’20s, when the 18th Amendment sparked a world of wild parties, organized crime, and lavish spending. The economy boomed while speakeasies bustled with the secretive underworld of gangsters, bootleggers, and flappers.

This year, Prohibition Supperclub and Bar is moving their decadent 20s shindig from their Downtown digs to the industrial chic Astorian in the Washington Arts District.

Featuring The Moonlight Dolls, the party will be a modern, glamorous, and site-specific collaboration of dance, theatre, and comedy. The night will be filled with evocative jazz music, allowing to guests to party with the infamous and glittering Lost Generation.

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The Moonlight Dolls | Photo courtesy of Prohibition Supperclub & Bar

The Party

Tickets include the burlesque show by The Moonlight Dolls, open bar, buffet, light bites by Prohibition, music by DJ Mishka and saxophonist Eddie A., party favors, and limited open seating. Table upgrades are available in addition to the general admission tickets.

About The Astorian

The Astorian is a 14,000-square foot private loft space, inspired by New York City’s Grand Central Station. Conceived by Andria Design, The Astorian is a throw back to 1920s glamour and Art Deco design.

The Jazz Age: New Year’s Eve 2017 at The Astorian

Moonlight Dolls Jazz Age New Years Eve 2017

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