Ticket Giveaway Opportunity: Ailey’s Young New York Night at NY City Center on Thursday, Nov 29, 2018!
Alvin Ailey American Dance Company
Young New York Night
Thursday, Nov 29, 2018 at 7:30pm
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater returns to New York City Center for a milestone 60th Anniversary season (Nov 28-Dec 30), and invites people ages 21-30 to participate in Ailey’s third annual Young New York Night.
On this one night, all seats are $29* for people ages 21 to 30. The theater will be full of young people, many of whom will be introduced to the company and Alvin Ailey’s must-see masterpiece, Revelations, for the first time. The exciting evening features Ailey star Jamar Roberts’ Members Don’t Get Weary, “a piece to be seen and treasured (Huffington Post) and Jessica Lang’s luminous EN, a work filled with “winning performances” (New York Times).
You heard it here! Win TWO tickets to the 3rd annual Young New York Night on Thursday, November 29th @ 7:30pm at New York City Center. Winners must be able to attend the performance and must pick up their tickets in person.
To get the holiday spirit going, the Ailey organization is offering readers of The Dance Enthusiast an exclusive opportunity:
1 lucky reader between the ages of 21-30 will WIN 2 performance tickets to the show!
That's not all! Giveaway winners are encouraged redeem a free dance class through the Ailey Extension’s "Ticket to Dance" promotion; first-time students get a chance to try a dance or fitness class for free with each performance ticket (offer expires after 60 days) whereas returning students receive a free class with the purchase of a 10-class card.
HOW TO WIN
"I am enthused for Alvin Ailey American Dance Company's Holiday Season because..."
The winner will be announced on Tuesday, November 27, 2018 before 12:00pm/noon!
Ailey’s Samantha Figgins and Jacquelin Harris. Photo by Andrew Eccles
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