First Annual Marie Antoinette Masquerade Extravaganza, Nov 8, 2014, Marietta, Ohio

You are cordially invited to the First Annual Marie Antoinette Masquerade Extravaganza, a birthday celebration benefiting Marietta Main Street, hosted by Adelphia Music Hall.


Attention Masqueraders, Steampunker and Partiers:
We are throwing a birthday bash for Marie!!

As you may know, Marietta was named for the French queen Marie Antoinette, wife of Louis XVI. She was an opulent and luxurious woman, born an Austrian Archduchess on November 2, 1755, married to Louis XVI and became queen of France in 1774.

In 1788, a group of American Revolution veterans founded the first permanent settlement of the Northwest Territory, and wanted to honor France. They named this community Marietta after the French queen.

The evening will feature Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands, followed by an Adelphia favorite, QIET, and wrapping up the evening with DJ Steve Spencer.

Not only will your ticket gain you entry to a spectacular event with hours of music and merriment, but you will also be entered into a drawing to win $100 gift certificates to many spectacular downtown merchants.

“Creative Black Tie”
Tuxedo combined with trendy or whimsical items, such as a black shirt or a matching colored or patterned bow tie and cummerbund
Formal (floor length) evening gown
Dressy cocktail dress
Your dressiest “little black dress”
Fun or unique accessories
Victorian dress, bustled skirts, corsets, steampunk-wear…

Join this event and watch for updates!

$25 per person, $40 a couple
Ticket price includes an appetizer buffet selection!
Don’t like buying online? Call for tickets over the phone.
Supreme Tickets 1-888-664-5332


The Adelphia Music Hall // Marietta // Ohio // 1-740-374-8278
Saturday November 8th 2014 7PM

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