4th Annual Father’s Day Big Band Dance with Dennis Rowland

The fourth annual Father’s Day Big Band Dance starring Dennis Rowland and the Extreme Decibel Big Band will be held in The Scottsdale Plaza Resort Grand Ballroom on Sunday, June 17, from 3 to 7 p.m. The dance is a fundraiser to support the youth jazz education programs of Jazz in AZ and The Nash, the new nonprofit education and performance center of Jazz in AZ in downtown Phoenix. Once again, the dance is being held in honor of John Dawson for his continued generous support of jazz.

Former Count Basie vocalist Dennis Rowland will front Clark Krueger’s Extreme Decibel Big Band, performing a classic dance repertoire and familiar songs made popular by the likes of Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr. A fun swing-dance lesson, courtesy of Steve Conrad and the Lindy Hop Society, will kick off the event.

General admission to this year’s Father’s Day Dance is just $30 per person in advance, $35 at the door – so BUY NOW! Current Jazz in AZ members may take a $5 discount on tickets purchased in advance; $10 for youth under 18 with parents.

Special sponsor tables of 10 to help support Jazz in AZ youth education programs at The Nash are available for $500 and are tax deductible to the extent of the law. Details and tickets online or by phone at 480-994-0807.

Turn the Father’s Day Dance into a weekend getaway by taking advantage of incredible summer room rates at The Scottsdale Plaza Resort, $129 per night with $100 property credit for food & beverage or spa services (credit cannot be used at the Father’s Day event and other restrictions apply). The Scottsdale Plaza Resort is located at 7200 N. Scottsdale Road, just north of Indian Bend Road. Call 800-832-2025 for your summer reservations.


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