Swing In The New Year
The night will feature Kansas City songstress Megan Birdsall, a four-course dinner specialty menu with multiple entrée and dessert options created by The Broadway Jazz Club’s Chef Richard Martin, a complimentary toast at midnight and party favors.
Doors open for dinner at 8 p.m. and Megan Birdsall will take the stage for a New Year’s spectacular performance, Kansas City jazz style, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Ticket prices are $60 per person and include a night of live jazz entertainment, a four-course dinner, complimentary champagne toast at midnight and party favors. Guests are should make dinner reservations in advance by calling The Broadway Jazz Club at 816-298-6316 after 3 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. Reservation fees include $25 per person for no-shows or cancellations within 24 hours of the event. Guests can also walk in to enjoy the evening entertainment without dinner reservations for a $25 cover at the door.
To stay connected with The Broadway Jazz Club, Kansas City’s newest jazz destination located at 3601 Broadway Ave., visit www.thebroadwayjazzclub.com.
When: New Year’s Eve
Cost: $60 advance reservations or dinner walk-ins – Includes four-course dinner with choice of entrée and dessert, entertainment, champagne toast at midnight and party favors
$25 cover charge at the door for no dinner walk-ins looking to enjoy a night of live jazz entertainment. Food and drinks not included in cover.
Entertainment – 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ($25 cover at the door without dinner reservations)
Megan Birdsall, Vocals
Andrew Ouellette, Piano
Jeff Harshbarger, Bass
Matt Leifer, Drums
Stan Kessler, Trumpet/Flugelhorn
Charles Gatschet, Guitar
On the Menu
Appetizer – Bacon wrapped chicken tenders, Shrimp scampi, Onion rings
Entrée – Choice of:
Prime Rib - Baked Creole Chicken - Grilled Salmon
- Served with baked potato, mashed potato or sweet potato and steamed broccoli with cheese sauce or green beans
Dessert – Choice of:
- Pecan Pie
- Sweet Potato Pie
- Mississippi Mud Cake
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