Our annual New Year's Eve Waltz Ball for the 11th time!
From Friday Night Waltz
Always fun - a great way to bring in the new year
Monday December 31st, 2012 dancing from 9pm to 12:30 am.
Introductory Waltz Class by Tom Hill from 7pm to 8:30 pm
Doors open at 6:30 pm
International House at UC Berkeley
2299 Piedmont Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94720-2320 USA
A gorgeous 3,000 square foot hardwood completely new! dance floor
Featuring Bangers and Mash a very popular local waltz and polka band
Bangers and Mash is the house band for the Fezziwigs Warehouse dance party at the Dickens Christmas Faire
This is our 11th New Year's Eve Waltz Ball. Always fun, always a great way to bring in the new year
We will have a mix of waltzes, polkas, Congress of Vienna, mixers,
a couple of set dances, some latin and swing. A New Year's Eve countdown, singalong, and post New Year's Eve dance until 12:30 am
No partner necessary for the Ball. A tradition at our New Year's Eve Waltz ball is that many people arrive as singles and dance with others
Formal, elegant, evening wear is very much appreciated at the Ball, but not necessary.
Tom Hill is teaching introductory rotary waltz class from 7pm to 8:30 pm. No partner necessary. We rotate rapidly in class
Comments about previous New Year's Eve Waltzes:
"... my best New Year's Eve ever..."
"... it is so nice to go somewhere for good dancing on New Year's..."
"... wonderful, fun..."
"... I like it because I get to dance with some people I met at
Friday Night Waltz, Peers, and Gaskells."
"... I love seeing all the people dressed up..."
$20 in advance for general or $15 for students under 25 with id .
$25 at the door for general
We encourage purchasing tickets in advance as we usually sell out at 250 attendance
$15 for students under 25 with ID in advance or at the door
You may purchase tickets at any Friday Night Waltz
paypal now closed. Tickets available at the door.
Lots of delightful refreshments: a large spread of many cakes, pies, ice
cream, cookies, shrimp platter, cold cuts platter, veggie platter, fresh
There is plenty of parking within 1 block of the International House. As the students have left for winter break
, there are many open street parking spaces on Piedmont and also on Bancroft.
A very large parking structure, the Bancroft Parking lot, is about 100 yards down the street on
Bancoft between College Avenue and Bowditch. The lot closes at 2am.
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