Date
15 Jun 2019
Location
Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide SA, Australia

Variety SA Annual Themed Ball (2019): Saturday 15 June

 

The Variety Annual Themed ‘Prohibition’  Ball will be held Saturday, 15 June, 2019 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.

Prohibition ends at last, 1920’s dry era over!

Tickets on sale, book online today

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Date: Saturday, 15 June 2019

Time: 7pm – 12.30 am

Location: Adelaide Convention Centre

Dress: In theme or black tie

Theme: Prohibition Era (20’s)

Cost:  $180 or $1,800 Table of 10 (Includes: three course meal, premium beverage package and exceptional entertainment)
Book online today 

Entertainment: Headline Act: Justice Crew.  Supporting Bands: Lucky Seven and Audiobox

The Variety SA Annual Themed Ball is open for guests 18 years and older

Please note that this is a public event. Photography and filming will take place during the event and used for commercial and promotional purposes only. It is the guest’s responsibility to advise Variety SA if they do not wish to have their image(s) used for this purpose.

Go to Variety Ball 2018 Photo Gallery

Ticket Packages

Single Ticket: $180

Includes:

  • 3 course dinner
  • Premium wines by Tim Adams Wines
  • Beer and soft drink
  • Exceptional entertainment
  • Auctions
  • Silent Auctions

Tickets are limited so register early to ensure you don’t miss out!

Book tickets

Table of 10: $1,800

Includes:

  • 3 course dinner
  • Premium wines by Tim Adams Wines
  • Beer and soft drink
  • Exceptional entertainment
  • Auctions
  • Silent Auctions

Tickets are limited so register early to ensure you don’t miss out!

Book tickets

Corporate Table of 10: $2,300

Includes:

  • VIP seating
  • Company logo on screens
  • Acknowledgement by the MC
  • 3 course dinner
  • Premium wines by Tim Adams Wines
  • Beer and soft drink
  • Exceptional entertainment
  • Auctions
  • Silent Auctions

Tickets are limited so register early to ensure you don’t miss out!

Book tickets

Entertainment Lineup

Justice Crew is an Australian music group consisting of members John Pearce, Lukas Bellesini, Paul Merciadez,  Producers Lenny Pearce, Solo Tohi and Dancer Samson Smith. The group formed in 2009 originally as a dance troupe and rose to fame the following year, as winners of the fourth season of Australia’s Got Talent. Justice Crew subsequently signed a record deal with Sony Music Australia and became recording artists. Justice Crew are now independent Music Artists.

Justice Crew earned their first number-one single with “Boom Boom“, which was certified six times platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association. Single “Que Sera” quickly became their second number-one, breaking the Australian Chart history, being the first Australian act since 1983 to take on nine weeks atop the charts. Since becoming recording artists, Justice Crew have been nominated for eight ARIA Music Awards. They have toured with many international artists including Chris BrownJanet JacksonOne DirectionKesha and Pitbull.

Justice Crew Website

Justice-Crew

When a like minded attachment of musical aficionados grace the stage the result speaks for itself. To encapsulate a genre of music that appeals to all generations is a winning formula effortlessly perfected by the band ‘Lucky Seven’.

What started as a predominantly swing band doing Sinatra, Crosby, Martin and Prima standard tunes or the more contemporary Neo Swing, such as Royal Crown Review, they were quick to expand their repertoire with strains of jazz, roots and rockabilly. Their wide appeal is evident and can have all ages and any joint jumping.

A driving rhythm section coupled with hostile horns blend together suitably with full-size vocals. Comprising vocals, drums, double bass, guitar, trumpet, alto, tenor and baritone saxophone. Singularly they are accomplished muso’s but together they are a force to be reckoned with.

But what’s more is their appearance. Complementary to the music is their garb ‘a la gangster’. Just like Elliot Ness in looks, musically these cats are untouchable, right down to the bullet holes in the bass, bearing no criticism of musicianship, more-so vending sly hootch and dancing girls perchance?

Lucky Seven’s first performance saw support for Adelaide rockabilly outfit ‘The Saucermen’ at the ‘Jade Monkey’ in 2004. This historic venue was the site of the first Balfours bakery. The punters stood in awe and treated to a polished performance by this new swing outfit, dare I say, far from half-baked.

In 2005 the guys won a band competition held by the Adelaide Casino which saw them perform in Darwin. A weekly gig at Adelaide Casino confirmed them as the longest performing resident band there. Drawing a healthy crowd in the Balcony Bar of mostly non-gamblers. The swingsters recorded a live album there in 2007 with artwork by close friend and tattoo artist, Gen Stanfield.

“The band line up has changed somewhat over the years but one thing for sure is every member has brought something unique to the group” says the boys.

After mastering the swing standards the boys have put pen to paper and the result is original tunes that are reminiscent of the genre. A testament of their abilities and eagerly received by their disciples.

Having conquered the nightspots of Adelaide they set their sites on Australia. In 2017 Lucky Seven are seasoned travellers, interstate and abroad, wowing crowds with their sound and stage presence.

So as these swingin’ hepcats grab hold of the musical pendulum and swing with it, you can be guanranteed of an entertaining experience with ‘Lucky Seven’.

– Chris Soulidis

Lucky Seven Website

Audio Box is a popular Adelaide band that is versatile in its style. With an amazing line up of vocalists and musicians, this Adelaide band has a dynamic sound that has lead them to perform at Adelaide’s top venues and shows.

Audio Box Website

Audiobox Wide Band Photo

Menu

Entrée

Dukkah-crusted chicken thigh, charred cauliflower, citrus radish and mint salad GF

Mains

South Australian kingfish, kipfler potatoes, green beans, tomato and caper salsa GF

Alternating with

Roasted beef tenderloin, Pommes Anna, truffled parsnip puree, roasted baby beetroot, Tawny port jus GF

Selection of bread rolls and butter

Dessert

Chocolate soufflé cake, balsamic roasted strawberries, sorbet and biscuit crumb V

Self-serve espresso coffee, hot chocolate, selection of T BAR teas, Adelaide Convention Centre chocolates

Dietary Requirements: If you have any specific dietary requirements please let us know so that we can pass these details on to the venue.

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