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Third Annual Blob Ball to be held Friday, July 9th

The third annual Blob Ball will be held at Club 212 on Friday, July 9th, beginning shortly after the 'Running Out' reenactment at the Colonial:
Iron Town Productions, The Rivers Rockabilly Trio put on the favorite ball of the year, Blob Ball! The 3rd Annual Blob Ball will be held at Club 212 right around the time of the "running out" reenactment at the Colonial Theatre. Blob Ball will feature The Rivers Rockabilly Trio playing all the hits from the 1950s, dancing (swing), and contests. Participants can win prizes for Best 50s Dress (male & female), Best 50s Celebrity Impersonator, Best 50s Scary Movie Character, and Best Dancers. Last year this event sold out and we had to turn over 70 people away. This year we have much more space, but are expecting hundreds of people.

Tickets are $10 adv. and $12 at the door (if not sold out).

We have special VIP tickets for $15. VIP tickets get premiere seating (leather couches, love seats and coffee tables) window access for viewing the "running out" reenactment and waitress service. VIP seating will be right next to the dance floor and band.

For more information, check out our Blob Ball facebook page.

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