For the first time in 6 years, Party Pants Productions invites you to a masquerade! Join the ringing in the New Year at The Foundry in Seattle’s SODO district. Like all New Year’s events presented by Party Pants Productions, this will be a hassle-free one stop shop for the best way to celebrate the old & welcome in the new! This year, we’re adding a twist to the norm. You’ll be surrounded by your friends sporting semi-formal/formal attire with masks until midnight. At the stroke of midnight, masks come off and the party turns on.
As always, the dance floor will be poppin’ with the sounds of DJ Marty Mar from Seattle’s MOViN 92.5. Don’t spend your time at other clubs or events waiting in line for a drink. We’ve got you covered. Everyone is treated like VIP on this night w/ light appetizers, late night snacks & a fully hosted bar! ALL INCLUSIVE!
The Foundry by Herban Feast opened in Spring of this year, and couldn’t be happier to host an event in this beautiful venue.
Open Bar from 9:00pm-2:00am – beer, wine, whiskey? You name it, our bartenders got it.
Late Night Snacks – gotta stay energized to keep you going all night!
Dance Floor – This party features music from the 90s, 2000s, top 40 & EDM with professional A/V to create the club atmosphere.
Party Favors !
Champagne Toast @ Midnight
THINGS TO NOTE:
in no particular order!
This is strictly a 21+ event.
You will need to have proper ID upon arrival at check-in.
This is an upscale event so please dress accordingly.
No Tolerance Policy.
There will be no tolerance for violence, drug use, any disrespect to staff or property.Dress Code: formal/semi-formal attire & masks are strongly encouraged
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