Next Thursday marks an important day for Clevelanders looking to attend one of the best parties of the winter on February 22.
Jump Back Ball is really the party that gets my friends and I through the long winter months. You have the lovely Christmas then New Years and then a big break of emptiness. No events (except if you could my birthday), staying indoors gets a little redundant and sometimes you just need a party.
Enter the Jump Back Ball. It is the event that leaves you looking forward to something at the end of February. Let's you get dressed up, attend with friends, meet new ones and party in the legendary theater district for a Saturday night.
Why do we all get so excited about this event?
Well, please scan through photos from last year's event to see what an amazing time we all had. Or, you can read about my take on the the past three year's event - Passport to Party in 2011, Through the Looking Glass in 2012, and Jump Back Two Spaces in 2013.
What: Jump Back 0023: Shaken Not Stirred Kickoff Ticket Party
Where: Cibreo Privado (Private Dining Room) 1438 Euclid Ave., downtown Cleveland
When: Thursday, November 7 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Cost: $150 each, VIPs $200 each (Limit 2 tickets per person) VIP tickets allow earlier entry with a private menu provided by Dante Boccuzzi this year. For Partners, tickets are discounted to $115 each.
What to expect: Complimentary appetizers, drink specials and a lot of people AND for the first 250 people who purchase tickets will receive a long sleeve t-shirt that says "Will you be shaken or stirred?"
At the kickoff event, tickets are the lowest price and available for one day only. The price will increase $15 PLUS handling fees after the kick off party.
As if you need more reasons to get your ticket early, this event will sell out. Each year, the event continues to sell our earlier and last year it sold out by December 7.
Don't be the person stalking Twitter looking for tickets. Get yours early.
Disclaimer: I'm partnering with PlayhouseSquare to promote the event in exchange for ticket compensation.