Studio 504 Disco Party
- Performing & Visual Arts
- Eiffel Society, New Orleans LA
Hope Stone New Orleans and the Disco Amigos presents
Studio 504: Disco for Dance
Celebration of the Arts – Music and Dancing
This grooving, Disco Inferno style dance party takes place on March 29th from 7:00-10:00pm at NOLA Spaces (1719 Toledano St. Near the corner of St. Charles and Louisiana.) I’m So Excited that all proceeds will provide arts education scholarships to New Orleans youth.
Lets Groove together with a Disco DJ while enjoying tasty local cuisine and libations. Get Your Groove On with one of our famous raffle girls, each adoring dresses made from raffle tickets.
Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough dancing in. Special performances by Hope Stone NOLA kids program and the New Orleans Disco Amigos. The Disco Amigos are a new performance and parading group that encourages Disco, dancing and a good time for everyone. They are an organization designed to showcase the creative and performance talent in New Orleans through parties, parades, and performances while being accessible to everyone.
A Tulane TIDES class will staff the event and perform. Fashion Designer and local actress Tari Hohn, will host the event as the emcee and a DJ Eric "Doctor Disco" Miller will keep guests grooving. Guests may bid on enticing silent auction items such as a one-hour massage, New Orleans rum gift basket, spa packages and yoga and dance classes.
Keep your Saturday night Stayin Alive by dressing up in your favorite disco attire or come as your inner Le Freak and be sure to save the Last Dance for someone special. Macho Men and Bad Girls are all welcome to come and Boogie Oogie Oogie the night away and help support our vision:
Art for All.
Special Thanks To Our Sponsors
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and many more.
Hope Stone New Orleans provides “Arts for All” through innovative arts education programs that inspire the creative soul. We are committed to offering free and low cost arts programming to children and adults of all demographics who are living in the city of New Orleans. Students explore mediums of creative expression and develop their own artistic voices.
Last year, Hope Stone NOLA awarded $16,000 worth of summer camp scholarships for 75 students to attend our six-week program. This year we anticipate on doubling the scholarship amount to $30,000 for twelve weeks of camp. In addition to camp, each student receives a free healthy breakfast and lunch from Second Harvest Food Bank.
© Hope Stone New Orlean 2015