|The Return of Peter Petty's
"Son of Hepcats Holla'-Day"
5th Annual Swingin' Holiday Revue
Sunday, December 15, 2019
7pm show/6pm doors
$30 advance general admission/$35 door
Elks Tower Ballroom | 921 11th St, Sacramento CA 95814
Swell Productions is pleased to announce the latest dazzling production of SAMMIE Live Performer Award winning bandleader Peter Petty, and his 11-piece Titans of Terpsichore Jazz orchestra. It’s the return of his big annual (now in its 5th year!) swinging Yuletide revue, Return of Son of Hepcats Holla’-Day!"
This scintillating, syncopating big band live “Christmas Special with a dance floor" is a uniquely entertaining grown-ups only event (21+) that has become a Sacramento Christmas-time tradition. Why, it just wouldn't be the Holla'-days without it.
Downtown Sacramento's beautiful and historic Elks Tower Ballroom is again the site of this marvelous musical melee manifesting on Sunday, December 15th at 7:00PM.
Tickets will also be sold at the door while they last. First come, first serve seating.
Swell Info Line: 916-447-6508
“Return of Son of Hepcats Holla’-Day” provides that rare opportunity to transport one to the cosmopolitan sophistication of a bygone era, evoking those halcyon floor-shows of the height of the Swing era. With two full bars, comfortable table seating, a dance floor, and architecturally elegant setting, Peter’s award-winning showmanship, 3 2/3 octave vocal range, swinging orchestra, and favorite regional guest stars are sure to make this event a one of a kind stocking stuffer for Sacramento!
Guest stars include: unparalleled Cold Blood soul singer Dana Moret; Gold Souls frontwoman Juniper Waller; operatic baritone Omari Tao; legendary saw player from the One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Robert Armstrong, garage punk recording artists Th' Losin Streaks; discount jazz duo The Freebadge Serenaders; and Burlesque artists Shauni Fatale DeVeaux and Monet Ha’Sidi.
And they're all coming over to see what da Man wit' da Flop is doin' for the Holla'-days, and so should you! At the very least, it's a great excuse to call in sick Monday Morning!