Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg and radio station Q105 have teamed together to throw the world’s largest New Years Eve concert dance party with Maxine Nightingale, Sister Sledge and Gloria Gaynor.
Ring in the New Year Saturday night December 31, 2011 at the Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg with a concert headlined by 3 of the biggest names in disco. There will be fireworks, a DJ spinning your favorite boogie songs – even go-go dancers reminding you of all your favorite moves on the dance floor.
VIP ticket holders will even get to burn up the dance floor in Studio Q where the concert will be piped in live. Remember how hot you used to look on the dance floor? Dust off the dancing shoes and get your tickets now to the world’s largest New Years Eve dance party.
Q105’s Disco NYE at the Mahaffey Theater is the best NYE party in Tampa Bay with 2 cocktail parties, a concert, 2 firework displays, multiple bars, dancing in the VIP Studio Q and a champagne toast at midnight for everyone.
1970’s disco attire is encouraged.
VIP Tickets are in the first 5 rows. Includes exclusive access to Studio Q (the incredibly nice Foundation Room), heavy hordeoveurs, & 2 drink tickets.
The Mahaffey Theater is a smoke-free facility. Smoking is permitted in the designated smoking patio outside the Theater on the patio bar level of this party. This is also a great area to watch the fireworks while having your Champagne toast at midnight .
Information about the artists:
Gloria Gaynor first became a success in 1975 with the release of her album “Never Can Say Goodbye“, which established her as a disco artist and star. The first side of this album consisted of three disco songs all mixed together with no breaks in between the song. The songs were “Honey Bee”, “Never Can Say Goodbye” and “Reach Out, I’ll Be There”. This dance marathon mix proved to be enormously popular, especially in discos. All three songs were also released as separate singles and they all became hits
Gloria’s #1 International Hit , “I Will Survive,” will be one of 25 recordings that will be honored at the 54th Grammy Awards Ceremony in February 2012. The song climbed to #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart not only once – but twice in the spring of 1979 and reached #1 on charts in almost every country and continent around the world that same year.