Good news for Detroit’s most glamorous ladies and gents.
The same folks who brought you the acclaimed Detroit Gatsby Lawn Party last summer are gearing up for their next big event.
On Saturday, March 5th from 8pm to 1am, the Charles T Fisher Mansion in Boston Edison will play host to a charity gala for the ages. The event will help raise funds to support The Eimers Foundation—created by 13 year old Robby Eimers, the charity provides clothing, blankets and food to Detroit’s homeless.
The jazz-aged themed, black tie event will feature a strolling supper, open bar, silent auction, performances from dancing duo the Riffin’ Sisters, fortune tellers, as well as live music from Phil Ogilvie’s Rhythm Kings that will inspire you to take to the ballroom floor for a few spins.
All the fun takes place in one of Detroit’s most incredible homes, which features 4 fireplaces, ornate hand carved wood accents, a pipe organ, a grand staircase, Tudor-style ceiling murals, a solarium resplendent in Pewabic tiles, a marble-floored ballroom, hide-a-way speakeasy, billiard room and more.
As an added bonus, Hour Detroit will be on scene to capture photos for their April issue, giving you the chance to wow your friends with your 15 minutes of Detroit fame.
Sound like your kind of party? If so, you better act fast because tickets are almost sold out.
At this point, less than 75 regular priced tickets remain ($100) and they’re going fast, so click here to get a pass to what very well may be the new gold standard when it comes to classy parties in Detroit.