The Orlando Museum of Art Presents The Roaring Twenties: A Fashionable Affair with open bar and full museum access from 9:30pm – 1:30am.
SPONSORED – Ring in 2020 at Orlando’s classiest New Year’s Eve celebration – a luxurious evening at Orlando Museum of Art with special guest host Ricky from XL 106.7.
Don your fancy ties and flapper skirts for an all-inclusive evening featuring open bar, hors d'oeuvres, live jazz, a photobooth and dancing in galleries adorned with world-class art. At midnight, raise a toast to a spectacular display of fireworks as you roar into the 2020s!
Various ticket options are available, including VIP tickets with access to a swanky speakeasy (with password entry) featuring a private lounge with an exclusive bar, specialty hors d'oeuvres, and a thrilling performance.
- Open cocktail bar all evening
- Hors d’oeuvres by Arthur’s Catering
- Champagne toast
- Live music by Paradise Band and Premiere DJ
- Gify Pop selfie photobooth
- Fireworks at midnight
All ticket proceeds benefit the Orlando Museum of Art.
DETAILS + TICKETS
The Roaring Twenties: A Fashionable Affair
Tuesday, December 31, 2019
9:30pm – 1:30am
Orlando Museum of Art
Glamorous Chic / Black Tie Optional
- General Admission: $135 – $165 per person
- Couples Special Discount: $260 – $300 per couple
- VIP Speakeasy Admission (with secret password): $200 – $240 per person
OMA Members: If you are an Orlando Museum of Art Member, use your Member ID number, located on your membership card, as a “Promotional Code” for 10% off tickets.
Early Bird sales end on December 13, 2019. Holiday pricing available December 14 – December 27, 2019 and last minute pricing available December 28 – December 31, 2019.
For more details and to purchase tickets, visit https://omart.me/nye.
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