The Elliott Museum on Hutchinson Island is launching a new dance party series that serves up dance music, party food, a cash bar, and a chance to dress the part and dance the night away! First up is Disco Fever featuring DJ Louie G. on June 23, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the museum.
The series will feature both live music and DJs spinning the most-remembered tunes from times gone by, including disco, Motown, country, and Woodstock hits. Prizes will be given to best-dressed guests in theme-inspired party duds.
“The Elliott is here for fun all year round,” said Debbie Banta, director of engagement of the Historical Society of Martin County, which manages the Elliott Museum. “It’s a cool, spacious venue, and we can’t wait to offer the community this series of favorite party themes through the decades.”
Advance tickets are $20 and may be purchased online here or by calling (772) 225-1961. Tickets at the door will be $25. Admission includes party food. There will be a cash bar for soft drinks, wine, beer, and liquor.
Additional themed events have been scheduled from 6 to 9 p.m. on the following dates: Motown Magic on July 21; Downright Country on August 18; Peace, Love, & Woodstock on September 15; and Oom-pah Oktoberfest on October 20.