The lights the sounds the entertainment of Las Vegas is coming to downtown Greensburg at the annual Party at the Palace event on February 23rd.
If you’ve ever wanted to experience the beauty and lights of Las Vegas without traveling there, this weekend is your chance! Party at The Palace Vegas Style is this Saturday, February 23rd and they are upping the ante and bringing the style and swagger of Vegas to Greensburg!
The annual Party at the Palace, a fundraiser and biggest event the Westmoreland Cultural Trusts holds, has evolved over the years. Originally the event was Hollywood Party at The Palace, but after 10 years the WTC decided to revamp to be Party at The Palace. The theme the last few years has been more of a 4 parties in one idea, in 2017, there were 4 themed areas, like Pints and Pies, Cocktails and Cabaret, with food and beverages to enhance it. In 2018, it was all about the seasons, with each season showcased, with areas transformed into fall, winter, spring and summer with decorations, lights, food and drink.
“The volunteer event committee has been working hard to add extra elements of fun to compliment this year’s Vegas theme. Each guest will be given fun money upon arrival to play various games, or they can be turned in for raffle tickets and chances at nominal prizes,” said Kelli Brisbane, Director of Corporate Engagement and Events of the Westmoreland Cultural Trust.
“Just like in Vegas, various performers will entertain guests throughout the evening including Elton John, Elvis and Lady Gaga tribute artists. The Stage Right Sensations will return once again and we are thrilled to welcome into our line-up The Moment, a local Jazz band who were part of our 1st Annual Downtown Greensburg Music Fest.”
The 2019 event launches with a 6:30 PM VIP Party on stage sponsored by Creenan Baczkowski & Assoc., PC. The celebration includes passed hors d’oeuvres, champagne underwritten by Milanscape, live music, and a commemorative photo. New this year is bottle service from 8-10 on The Palace Theatre stage that’s exclusive to VIP ticket holders! (reservation is required for this and limited, please email email@example.com)
At 7:30 PM, the main event begins and moves from the stage into the outer areas of the theatre for more live entertainment, complimentary tasting stations, photo opportunities, casino games and more.
Entertainment, Glitz and Glamour
What’s Vegas without some entertainment! Enjoy performances from Lee Alverson, as Elton John, Aubrey Burchell, as Lady Gaga, Vaughn Hudspath, as Elvis, plus The Moment jazz band and the Stage Right Sensations.
Bet on it!
Try your hand at the casino games throughout the theatre. Guests will be given “fun” play money to use throughout the evening for games or to exchange for raffle tickets for a chance to win nominal prizes.
This is Vegas Baby! Let’s Get Married!
You can literally get married during Party at The Palace this year at their Pop-Up Wedding Chapel! Tie the knot for real, for fun, or renew your vows with Elvis! Official marriages and renewals will require a $20 fee to cover the cost of certificate and filing; no charge for “fun” weddings.
Win Big Money!
Each year the Westmoreland Cultural Trust holds a drawing with great prizes. This year the winner takes all, all being $4,000 cash! The winning number is the first number drawn at 7 PM Pick 3 PA lottery on Monday, February 25, 2019. Limited tickets are available and are $10 a piece. Proceeds benefit The Palace Theatre and programs of the Westmoreland Cultural Trust.
There’s still time to grab a ticket and pick out your outfit for this fun event! VIP tickets are $125 for Trust Members and for $150 Non-Members, VIP opens at 6:30pm. Just want to go to the party starting at 7:30pm? Grab a Party ticket at $75 for Trust Members and $85 for Non-Members! Get tickets here.
Party at the Palace is one of the events held in Greensburg that is a must go to. With plenty of entertainment, drinks, food and fun, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. By supporting this event and others held by the Westmoreland Cultural Trust it helps to ensure the future of the Cultural Trust and the arts in our county.