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21st Annual Champagne Ball - Portland's Most Famous New Year's Eve Party

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21st Annual Champagne Ball - Portland's Most Famous New Year's Eve Party

Time: December 31, 2011 at 8pm to January 1, 2012 at 2am
Location: Hilton Portland and Executive Tower
Street: 921 SW 6th Ave
City/Town: Portland
Website or Map: http://www.champagneball.com
Event Type: portland, new, year's, eve, party
Organized By: Mathew Weber Events
Latest Activity: Dec 30, 2011

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Portland’s most famous New Year’s Eve party, the Champagne Ball is ringing in 2012 and you should join the fun! This is going to be the one of the biggest parties Portland has ever seen.

This huge New Year’s Eve party will be held in the newly remolded Grand Ballroom at the Hilton Portland and Executive Tower and will include the areas top entertainment, 4 individually themed rooms, appetizer buffet, late night pizza, complimentary champagne, party favors and huge Champagne Ball countdown.

Get your tickets here: https://ticketsoregon.com/event_group.php?gid=15

NEW THIS YEAR
You spoke and we listened. This year's event will feature bigger dance floors in all rooms and improved VIP service with expedited entry, additional staff and exclusive VIP bar service.

5 GUYS NAMED MOE IN THE GRAND BALLROOM
As always we're bringing the best entertainment we could find. 5 Guys Named Moe is headlining the event and will be playing dance hit from the 70’s and 80’s. This 12-piece powerhouse party band includes Cheri Wells from the 80's band the Mary Jane Girls; whose hits included Candy Man and In My House.

DJ RECKLESS IN THE GALLERIA ROOM
He mixes beats like a blender mixes berries, nice and smooth. He’s been featured on Jammin 95.5 and Z100 will keep your booty shakin’ with pop, hip hop, break beats, progressive, diva house, 70′s funk and 80′s old school and more.

DJ SUGAR IN THE SKY LOUNGE
DJ Sugar mixes music like a good cocktail, strong enough to get you on the dance floor, yet subtle enough to keep coherent. He’s played for crowds in Portland, Vegas and LA and will be rocking the 27th floor of the Hilton with mash ups, classic party rock hits and some of the funkiest cuts you've ever heard.

SPECIAL AERIAL PERFORMANCE BY AWOL DANCE COLLECTIVE
This local dance troop is known nationally and they will be putting on a special show at the Champagne Ball in the Grand Ballroom.

HUGE CHAMPAGNE BALL COUNTDOWN AT MIDNIGHT
This is the mother of all countdowns! It includes a 10-minute custom countdown on video screens, confetti canons, huge balloon drops and an arsenal of party favors.

TICKET OPTIONS
- VIP Grand Ballroom - $159 + fees
- Reserved Sky Lounge - $139 + fees
- Reserved Grand Ballroom -$109-$119 + fees
- General Admission - $89 + fees
- Rooms - Starting at $135 + fees. Price includes tax.

Get your tickets here: https://ticketsoregon.com/event_group.php?gid=15

GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
We're proud to be donating a portion of the proceeds to the Children's Cancer Association. More info on the CCA can be found here: http://www.joyrx.org/

OTHER DETAILS
21 and over
Coat Check Available
Arrive early for best food selection
Dress code will be enforced. No jeans.

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