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Bollywood Masquerade in Seattle
Dec 30, 2017 @ 9:00 pm - 1:45 am$15 – $25
Underneath the mask we are all one – just star stuff waiting for our time to shine. Let’s celebrate our unity in diversity as Jai Ho! Dance Party returns to Seattle one last time in 2017 after rocking Portland, Seattle, SF, LA, San Diego & New Orleans.
Come uncover the mystique of Bollywood & revel in carefree playfulness at the last Jai Ho! party of 2017 in Seattle.
SATURDAY, DEC 30 2017
COLUMBIA CITY THEATER
4916 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA
DJ Ki & DJ Skee
Dance performance by:
Tickets starting at $15
Your ticket includes one festive mask. Feel free to bring your own & bask in your own Bollywood Bliss!
Dance Lesson w/ Brittany Newton at 10 pm
Henna by donation all night long
Special guests TBA
Dance non-stop, all night long
Doors open at 9 pm – Party till 1:45 am!
Strictly 21+, proper ID required
Address: 4916 Rainier Ave S, Seattle WA
Born in India & raised in Oregon – Madhuri Feldman aka DJ Ki is a resident DJ for Jai Ho! Dance Party & Bollywood Dreams Entertainment. Madhuri is also a dancer with the Jai Ho! Dance Troupe, she enjoys singing & playing guitar in her spare time.
Shashi Kiran a.k.a DJ Skee is a dancer and DJ residing in Portland, Oregon. Born and raised in the South Indian cosmopolitan city of Bangalore. Shashi grew up on Bollywood and other Indian regional movies with exposure to diverse cultures, music and dance. His dance style is influenced by Indian classical styles, such as Bharatanatyam, Bhangra, and Folk; and, western staples including Latin, Hip-hop, Contemporary, and Jazz.
In her element & on the stage, Brittany Newton personifies the irresistible sass & charisma that makes Bollywood dance a worldwide phenomenon. As the lead dancer and assistant instructor for the Jai Ho! Dance Troupe, Brittany has performed & taught dance across the US.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Strictly 21+, please bring state issued ID or passport.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is plenty of street parking available, as well as public transportation near by.
Are tickets refundable?
Unfortunately, tickets are non-refundable.
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