Bourbon Ball: ATLANTA 2017 at The Defoor Centre, March 18

Date: March 18, 2017

Time: 8:00 pm

The Inaugral Bourbon Ball was held at the Manor DC and was an absolute success. By popular demand we decided to bring our Ball on the road to ATL! SO HERE WE ARE! Bourbon Ball:ATL will be at The Defoor Centre March 18th from 8-12.

The event is semi-formal and you can be denied entry if you are not dressed appropriately.

Your ticket gets you entry into the venue(with proper dress) and 4 hours all you can drink bourbon from our Sponsor Atlanta’s Own J.R. Revelry.

Look forward to seeing you there!

This event is 21+ and will be STRICTLY enforced.

The Defoor Centre
710 Defoor Avenue NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
404-591-3809
http://www.defoorcentre.com/

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