KINGS – A Classy Bowling Joint- To Celebrate Its Grand Opening in Orlando with Bowl-Erina, A Party to Benefit The Orlando Ballet on Tuesday, April 16, 2013.
Come on out, support the ballet and knock down pins for pirouettes!!
Patrick Lyons, the King of Boston’s nightlife scene, is bringing his upscale bowling entertainment venue, KINGS, to Orlando. Lyons, along with Robert and Tricia Earl, announced today that they are hosting BOWL-ERINA, a night of fun and friends, to celebrate the grand opening of KINGS with all proceeds from the evening benefitting the Orlando Ballet.
KINGS, “A Classy Bowling Joint,” boasts an authentic 60’s midcentury feeling and design, combined with craft beers, cocktails, great food, music and games including 22 lanes, billiards, shuffle board and bocce all housed within a 30,000-square-foot space. With three wildly popular outlets in the greater Boston area, KINGS is ready to introduce upscale bowling to Orlando at the new “I-Drive Live” project.
“We have had our eye on Orlando as a market perfectly suited to what Kings is all about,” said Lyons. “We are honored to be here.”
For the grand opening party, guests will be greeted by klieg lights and red carpet and once inside will enjoy proprietary cocktails—including adult ices, champagne, KINGS culinary team’s special selection of goodies from the kitchen, and lots of fun, games and surprises. Live music will be provided by Central Florida favorite, Rat Pack Band and DJ Carl Christy. Everything—food, drink, live music, bowling shoes, games—is included in the ticket price. From ice sculpture installations, and nostalgic soda and candy stations, no detail has been overlooked for what promises to drive a huge crowd in support of the Orlando Ballet, the venerable organization that will celebrate its 40th anniversary next season. KINGS is generously hosting the entire event so all of the proceeds from the evening will benefit the Orlando Ballet.
“We are so thrilled and honored that our friend Patrick Lyons has chosen to support the Orlando Ballet in this way,” said Robert Earl. “Tricia and I are committed to supporting the arts in our community and are extremely grateful that KINGS is helping us keep the ballet strong with this fun grand opening celebration. We know that KINGS will be hugely successful here in Central Florida and look forward to honing our bowling skills on Patrick’s lanes.”
Ticket price for BOWL-ERINA is $65 per person and includes food, drink, games, entertainment and great music—a superb night out—and every dollar raised will go directly to the Orlando Ballet. To attend BOWL-ERINA you must be 21 yrs. of age or older. To purchase tickets please visit our site.
BOWL-ERINA is April 16 from 7pm until midnight at the new KINGS Orlando, 8255 South International Drive, Suite 120 Orlando, FL.
ABOUT KINGS ORLANDO:
KINGS, “A Classy Bowling Joint,” boasts an authentic 60’s midcentury feeling and design, combined with craft beers, cocktails, great food, music and games including 22 lanes, billiards, shuffleboard and bocce all housed within a 30,000-square-foot space. With three wildly popular outlets, two in the greater Boston area and one in Rosemont Illinois, KINGS is ready to introduce upscale bowling to Orlando at the new “I-Drive Live” project.www.kingsbowlamerica.com
ABOUT ORLANDO BALLET:
The Orlando Ballet began in 1974 as The Performing Arts Company of Florida and was started with twelve young, non-paid dancers and only $4,000. Since 2009, the company has been under the creative expertise of Artistic Director, Robert Hill. Hill is a former principal dancer with American Ballet Theater, Royal Ballet, Covent Garden and the New York City Ballet. Today, Orlando Ballet is Central Florida’s only fully residential professional ballet company and performs its annual season at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre. The Company includes not only dancers from the United States, but also Brazil, Cuba, Japan, Korea, Mexico, and Portugal. The Orlando Ballet School is currently home to over 600 students in three locations, and has trained some of the brightest young talent in the world of dance today. Graduates have gone on to dance professionally with Orlando Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, The Royal Danish Ballet and the Hamburg Ballet as well other companies around the world. For more information on the Orlando Ballet including details on upcoming performances, please visit www.orlandoballet.org
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