May 11, 2019, join Chou Chou, the Coconuts, and the Imperial Palms Orchestra at Lisner Auditorium for a musical journey through the 20s-50s with music, laughs, singers, dancers, and more, in a dazzling full production you don’t want to miss! Featuring Johnny “Chops” Colianni (Long-time pianist for Mel Torme) and special guest performance by balladeer James Anthony.
Seems there is trouble with the Lisner ticket sales site. We deleted the announcement and will share a proper fresh link with you as soon as their magic tech elves get their duckies in a row. Meanwhile, make your plans! Meanwhile, here’s a teaser for you. See you there!
Hey, hey! That was quick! Here is the real life, no foolin’ link that works! I hope.
Yup! We’re doing a rare FREE summer concert, compliments of the good people of Fairfax County. So, come! We’ve got tons of fun in store with the whole shebang, and you don’t even need to dress up! Did we mention free? Yes, we did! See you there! Thursday, Aug. 16th, 5:30-7:00 Fairfax County Gov. Center. Rain or shine! For detail click here.
Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day are playing footsie this year. The back to back mashup is putting us in a mischievous mood. Or maybe it’s just the anticipation of fine bourbon and chocolate. So what better excuse to come party with us? We’ve got it covered, from kissing your best boo on the dance floor to red hot and dizzying swing. Who says February’s not fun? Not us! We’re your one stop winter happy fix, as you know. Come. It’s Doctor’s orders. Doc Scantlin, that is! See you there!
For reservations, click here or go to thecarlyleclub.com
We don’t mind saying that New Year’s Eve is kinda sorta our thing, and there’s no place we would rather be than with you at the gorgeous Art Deco Palace of Bethesda Blues and Jazz! You can buy tickets here. This year is a really special one. Doc and Chou will be celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary and want you there for the fun! We’ll be pullin’ out all the stops, featuring a night of dancing and delights, including Moxie’s stunning rendition of the original Sally Rand Fan Dance, our World Famous Midnight Conga Line, and some exciting new offerings throughout the night! We don’t often say this (okay, never): This is the one Imperial Palms performance you do not want to miss! And there will be a super duper secret surprise that will positively convince you that anything goes and everything’s possible in the brand spankin’ shiny new year!
Make your list and check it twice! We plan to make your holidays oh so nice! Join us at the Carlyle Club Friday, Nov. 24th and get your holly jollies going in the grandest of ways! Get tickets here
Time to say goodbye to summer and kick into the Fall and Holiday party season! We’ve got three swell chances to join in the fun at our open to the public events. We don’t give out the scoop on all those wonderful private affairs. Those are, after all, well, private. But here’s a chance to mark your calendar and make you plans. Our rare public events are well known as the BEST Big Night Out and sell out fast! So better make plans while you can. We sure hope you do! It won’t be the same without you.
Friday, September 15, 2017: The Carlyle Club
Sometimes you need an escape. We get it. It’s been a month, hasn’t it? C’ville. Texas, so in need of our help. Click the blue link for suggestions on how best to contribute. Consider then letting us do our magic for you. You need a few happy hours. Get lost with us. Music, dining, dancing, laughter, shaken and poured just for you! Along with all our hearts. and a few corny Doc jokes. Just what the Doctor ordered. Buy Tickets Here
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Friday, Nov. 24, 2017: Holiday Kick Off at the Carlyle Club!
Gobble, gobble. Then dance! Not sure what to do with those Thanksgiving visitors? Join us, of course! An evening they’ll talk about for years to come. We have fans of all ages and types! We’ll make your dear ones feel like the honored guests they are. Tickets for this annual frenzy disappear FAST! Unlike Aunt Minnie’s leftover Turkey. Buy Tickets Here
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Sunday, Dec 31, 2017: New Years Eve at Bethesda Blues and Jazz!
Think about it. One of the last world class big band full-out shows, enjoyed at one of the most gorgeous grand movie palace’s of the same Art Deco era. The Capraesque sparkle of celebrating New Year’s Eve in the truest of classic splendor, the ultimate time for such things! You should come. Seize the moment. We’re not getting any younger, you know. Buy Tickets Here
The cause is so important. The people are so much fun. The party is over the top. The food and drink from all those restaurants is simply unbelievable. This is, THE party you want to attend. Trust me.
Evening Under the Stars is a romantic, black tie optional evening of dancing to the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s music, and the big band sounds of Doc Scantlin and his Imperial Palms Orchestra, along with entertainment by Chou Chou and her Girlfriends. You’ll experience a taste of Cuisine from more than 30 restaurants.
This is CASA’s signature event to help raise funds to provide an advocate to more than 500 abused children in our local community. Call for your sponsorship or reservations early. This is the oldest and largest single charitable event held in Old Town Manassas!
The Gadsby’s Tavern Museum Society
Requests the pleasure of your company at
The Black & White Masquerade
Dancing and Entertainment
Doc Scantlin and
His Imperial Palms Orchestra
Starring the Dazzling Songstress Chou Chou
Proceeds benefit Gadsby’s Tavern Museum
Saturday, April 11, 2015
7:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Gadsby’s Tavern Museum
“BEST BIB & TUCKER” means one’s best clothes. The term’s first printed use was in 1747 in the translation of the Marquis d’Argens’ ambitiously titled work, New Memoirs Establishing a True Knowledge of Mankind: “The Country-woman minds nothing on Sundays so much as her best Bib and Tucker.” Both bibs and tuckers were women’s clothing items in use from the 17th to the 19th centuries. Tuckers were lace, modesty pieces fitted into the bodice of a dress. Early bibs were used by women much like tuckers but were frilled. A shirt with a frilled front was also worn by men.
Featuring Champagne, Wine, Oyster Bar & Hors d’Oeuvres
Black Tie, Military Mess Dress or Black & White Attire Suggested
$125 per person ($25 of admission is tax deductible) New attendees receive free annual membership in the Society
Please make reservations online by visiting www.gadsbystavernmuseum.us. Any Question, please call the Museum at 703-746-4242
Address: 134 N. Royal St., Alexandria, VA 22314
Best Bib & Tucker Ball of 2015
The Black & White Masquerade