321 New Years Eve Ball

Congrats ! You are cordially invited to the 321 Entertainment Private New Years Eve Ball in Montclair December 31, 2018!! This event will be exclusive to the first 200 people that purchase tickets which will include your admission , 2.5 Hour Buffet , Top Shelf Open Bar and Champagne toast at Midnight. In addition to these goodies we will also have hats , noise makers etc. to ensure the party is amazing . This event is strictly for the grown and mature so dress to impress , the cameras will be in the building . Gentleman ,no hats or athletic wear , jeans ok if worn in good taste . Ladies dresses , skirts , heels etc , jeans ok if worn in good taste . Doors will open at 9:30pm and we will party until 1:30am to the sounds of DJ Tragedy playing all your favorite old and new hits , we promise to touch every era of music , from the old to the new . There are several parking decks/garages within walking distance of the venue , however street parking is available but remember lyft/uber are always a plus ,especially on NYE.  In order to purchase your tickets you will need a special code that will be emailed to you separately to ensure this event remains exclusive to invitees only. YOU CANNOT PAY AT THE DOOR , once the tickets are sold out they’re gone! All tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable . Early bird tickets will be $65 until Thanksgiving Day and will increase up until the day of the event , or when tickets are sold out ! We look forward to partying and bringing in 2019 with you , thank you for the love and continued support over the past years , it is greatly appreciated . ONLY 50 EARLY BIRD TICKETS AVAILABLE! Hope to see you there.

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Marc T.
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