These bands will be re-creating the swinging, jazzy, brassy, sentimental and romantic rhythms of some of the most influential musicians of our time. Get ready to dance the night away to the music that set a mood inspiring a future filled with hope, promise and prosperity and helped sustain our country’s morale during one of the most pivotal events in history!
Official 9th Annual 1940's White Christmas Ball video by Brent Andeck!
Official 9th Annual 1940's White Christmas Ball video by Brent Andeck! We <3 this so much, Brent! Thank you! Are you in it? Please tag yourselves and share the Christmas joy! Also, we'd love for you to leave a comment and let us know what you think!The music in this is live from the 1940s Ball, "Rocking Around the Christmas Tree" performed by The Beverly Belles with the Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra, Derek Evilsizor as Frank Sinatra with the Hot Tomatoes Dance Orchestra and "Sleigh Ride" performed by The Satin Dollz with the Hot Tomatoes! …gorgeousness!!!
Posted by 1940s Ball on Saturday, December 8, 2018
1940s White Christmas Ball 2019 Video!
On top of that we will also be featuring a Rat Pack tribute, The Satin Dollz (coming all the way from Hollywood), the Andrew’s Sisters inspired vintage singing trio: The Beverly Belles and the White Christmas Singers/movie cast!
Til the Ball!
At the Hyatt Regency Downtown Denver Convention Center
650 15th St.
Denver, CO 80202
2018 Theme: Its a Wonderful Life!
Come visit Bedford Falls, say hello to George Bailey, take part in the Bedford Fall’s High School dance off and lasso the moon (in our new sets)!
NEW FOR 2018:
Watch the most iconic films of the 40’s/50’s come to life as you sip a holiday cocktail and wander through The Columbia Inn and Novello’s Night Club (from the movie, “White Christmas”). Saunter down Main Street in the town of Bedford Falls or take part in the Bedford Fall’s High School Charleston Dance off! We’re busy making an extraordinarily immersive experience for you! You are going to feel just like you are in these legendary movies!
We’ll have a re-creation of the stage from White Christmas for our main stage at the Ball with barn doors, massive Christmas trees…
We’ll also have a re-creation of the entrance to the Columbia Inn, Pine Tree, Vermont, along with a Count Your Blessings fireplace lounge area! On top of that we’ll have the WWII Stage Scene from the movie where Bing sings White Christmas!
And make sure to talk with our 1940’s film stars that will be at the event this year! (George Bailey, Clarence Oddbody, The Haynes Sisters, Wallace and Davis) …they will have special clues and will tell you where to visit in the event that will lead you to solving mysteries and winning prizes!
Our 1940’s Traditional Christmas dinner buffet will be located in Novello’s from White Christmas! (a Glitzy, Tropical, 1940’s/50’s Styled DINNER CLUB!) in our new 2nd ballroom upstairs!
Sit down in Novello’s, enjoy our traditional gourmet 1940s style Christmas dinner buffet, dance or watch the entertainment (including Snow, Sisters and White Christmas!)***Dinner buffet tickets must be purchased in advance, so the chefs can prepare food accordingly. This will be the ONLY on-site dining option available this year.
We can’t wait to share all the new surprises we have for you for Christmas soon!
An Unforgettably Magical Holiday Party!
Climb aboard the 1940’s Express and take a thrilling ride back in time! Get dolled up and explore and experience a jazzy, swingin’ night out in the 1940’s!
We’re so excited to just be named one of the top 21 living history events in the U.S.!
“Words can’t describe how wonderful it was! It was a magical night.”–1940’s Ball Attendee
“We were beaming all throughout the night. Can’t wait until next year!” –1940’s Ball Attendee
“Highlights include a twelve-piece orchestra; roasted chestnuts, rum cake and holiday cocktails; a glass blower creating ornaments; The [venue] transformed into a movie set – White Christmas, naturally – complete with falling snow, sleighs, Christmas trees, WWII-era vehicles, military reenactors and a canopy of lights.” –Westword