Swing Night at The Palais Royale Saturday July 22nd, 2006
The historic times of Swing Nights at the Palais Royale are coming back. The return of The Palais Royale has given Toronto back its greatest lakefront entertainment venue, and will once again give musicians and music fans alike the chance to experience a night to remember along the boardwalk of Lake Ontario.
Originally The Palais Royale was opened in 1922 as a dance hall and boat factory, housing various nightclubs and restaurants for almost a decade. Playing host to enormously in demand acts like Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Benny Goodman, and the Dorsey brothers didn’t do much to slow down its popularity.
On July 22nd the Palais Royale will open the doors to the public for an evening of swing dance with music provided by the popular Swing Shift Big Band.
Tickets are available at the door only for $20.00. For an additional minimal cost, let our Chefs, Chris Thomas and Steffan Howard, tease your senses with a plattered selection of the newly revived Palais Royale’s Signature Hors' D'oeuvres Menu.
Come and join us for a delightful evening doors open at 8:00pm.
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