THE 7th ANNUAL SINGLES NEW YEARS EVE MASQUERADE GALA

Tue December 31, 2019 - 9:00 PM
THE 7th ANNUAL SINGLES NEW YEARS EVE MASQUERADE GALA

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THE 7th ANNUAL SINGLES NEW YEARS EVE MASQUERADE GALA

We invite you to a night filled with mystery, excitement, and seduction. Calgary’s most eligible singles come together for our annual Gala. Both couples and singles are welcome, so whether you are taken or looking to make a connection The Singles New Year’s Eve Gala is the hottest event in the city.

Receive a white rose if you are single and a red rose if you are in a relationship.

Masquerade Gala! This year’s theme adds to the intrigue. Put on your unique mask and speak with your eyes, until you finally reveal yourself at midnight.

Calgary’s sexiest singles in the city’s most elegant room, The Jack Singer Lobby of the Arts Commons, with the best entertainment the city has to offer! Gummi on the turntables playing the music you love as you celebrate in style and dance the night away to the best Old and New School hits.

Dress Code: Formal

This year celebrate with more than just a party…..CELEBRATE WITH AN EXPERIENCE!

Doors: 9:00 PM

December 31 2019

Venue: Jack Singer Lobby - Arts Commons
205 8th Ave SE

Tickets Go On Sale at 10AM on Thursday November 21st 2019

Early Bird - $20** - Limited Quantity
Advance - $50**
Final Batch - $75**
**plus applicable taxes and fees

The spacious main floor and dress circle lobbies of the Jack Singer Concert Hall in Arts Commons can be used in conjunction with the concert hall or as a venue on its own. The lobby area has hosted such events as Avenue Magazine's Top 40 Under 40, Canadian Citizenship Ceremony, and The Rozsa Awards.

Ideal for: Conferences, galas, receptions, lectures, concerts, meetings, corporate events, post and pre-show events
Capacity: 100 - 1000 
Lighting & A/V: Fully customizable lighting and A/V options
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible

The Jack Singer Concert Hall Lobby was built in the historic Calgary Public Building which housed Canada Post, Revenue Canada and the RCMP during its use by the Federal Government. The original pillars, upper mezzanine and skylight from the original grand lobby were maintained. The 87-year old façade of the building is currently undergoing restoration by the City of Calgary. 

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