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Roaring Twenties Halloween Dance and Concert

Cincinnati's most authentic 1920s jazz band, The New Liberty Dance Orchestra returns with a special dance and concert, peppered with an array of musical Halloween goodies from the 1920s and 1930s for your listening and dancing pleasure. Praised for their authenticity, the NLDO uses instruments, drums, arrangements, and even microphones of the period for a throwback experience like none other. Bring your dancing shoes or pull up a chair and enjoy an afternoon of good old fashioned fun. All treats, no tricks! Admission is $15 or $10 for students with valid ID - cash or card at the door.

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