A Mothership Christmas Fundraiser with Motor Booty Affair, Freakaclaus & Special Guest
Friday, December 21, 2012 at 8:00 PM (EST)
MBA's First Annual "A Mothership Christmas" Fundraiser is ON! Come "Give a & Get Down!" Friday Dec. 21st at The Italian Heritage Center in Portland, ME. Proceeds from the show will go to two great charities that are in need this time of year - The Good Shepherd Food Bank and The Barbara Bush Children's Hospital. Choose the ticket option to donate non-perishable food items on entry to the show for $2 off! You will also be able to purchase the new MBA Christmas song "Mothership Christmas" online at iTunes and our website with all proceeds from song sales going directly to the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital! What a great way for you to Get Down and give back to the community at the same time!
When & Where
Motor Booty Affair
Motor Booty Affair has been lighting up stages across America with their 70's extravaganza for several years, continually improving on the show that has been dubbed "The Ultimate Disco Party Band". The music is infectious - the most danceable songs of all time. The band is tighter than tight, delivering dance floor classics with confidence, groove, style and attitude. The show is spectacular - from the afros, bell bottoms, platform shoes, polyester and dance moves, to the highest quality sound and light show this side of 1975! Motor Booty Affair consists of four funkateers straight from the Planet Funktar; Superfly, Spanish Fly, Sir Rumpus Funkberry and Cyclone Link Skywalker Jr. It is their mission to get the crowd groovin' as they deliver hits from Earth Wind & Fire, The Bee Gees, KC & the Sunshine Band, Chic, The Commodores, Barry White, Abba and more. The songs are authentically reproduced by these top- notched musicians with unsurpassed quality and attention to detail. MBA's stage show is energetic and peppered with 70's lingo jive talkin' and stage antics to make for an event you'll never forget. Make sure you bring your boogie shoes because no matter how big the dance floor is - it's always packed from the first song to the last. RIGHT ON!