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Discounts Abound At Bright Night
Bright Night wristbands garner discounts on other New Year's Eve events, including Disney on Ice, Half-price skating, a Trinity Rep play, and a Masquerade Ball
This year, your wristband will get you discounts at 3 other events going on for New Year's Eve (and one on New Year's Day too!) Please look at the offers carefully, as most of them require bringing your Bright Night wristband to the box office to receive a discount.
At Trinity Repertory Company, your Bright Night wristband will get you a discount of $10 off the regular price of a ticket to see IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE. The show features five actors who create more than fifty memorable characters to bring to life Frank Capra’s beloved film. This unique stage adaptation is performed as a radio play, broadcast on Christmas Eve, 1949. Everyman George Bailey gets the chance to see what the world would be like if he’d never been born.
This discount is available for the 5 pm performance on 12/31/11 only. No other discounts apply. Bring your Bright Night Wristband to the box office (201 Washington Street) to receive your discount.
DISNEY ON ICE
Disney On Ice's presents Mickey and Minnie's Magical Journey playing holiday vacation week, Dec. 28 - Jan.1, at the Dunkin' Donuts Center Providence. The show features world-
Your Bright Night Wristband gets you a $5 discount on regularly priced $17 or $22 tickets for Disney On Ice shows on December 31 (11 AM and 3 PM) and on January 1( 1PM and 4 PM) . No double discounts, other fees may apply. Valid in person only at the Dunkin' Donuts Box Office (One Lasalle Square) with your Bright Night wristband.
SECOND MASQUERADE BALL
This last discount is for adults 21+ only. Your Bright Night wristband will get you a $10 discount to the 2ND ANNUAL MASQUERADE BALL. Normally $60, the ball is a semi-formal attire affair that features passed hors d'oeuvres, 6 different bar stations, a complimentary champagne toast at midnight, a Masqearade Ball Fashion show featuring I Wink Clothing, 3 DJ's, live music by Santa Mamba and more. The event is hosted by former Providence Mayor Buddy Cianci and television personality Claudia Jordan, and Patriot players Troy Brown and Patrick Pass will also make an appearance. Masks are optional, and will be provided at the event. Proceeds partially support the Gloria Gemma Foundation, a non-profit whose mission is to raise breast cancer awareness, increase breast health education, and generate funding for critical breast health programs.
To receive your discount at the Ball, visit the Masquerade Box Office at the RI Convention Center Fifth floor. with your wristband.
Your wristband will get you half-price skating at the Bank of America Skating Center. Just show your wristband, and they'll give you half-price skating all night long!
ABOUT BRIGHT NIGHT PROVIDENCE
Bright Night Providence is an artist-run New Year’s Eve Celebration now in its Ninth year. The festival features over 160 performers in 14+ venues throughout the downtown Providence area. Shows go from 12 noon to 12 midnight and beyond.
Other artists on the Bright Night bill include international star illusionist Brad Ross, local legends Big Nazo Puppets, Grammy-winning storyteller/
Tickets to Bright Night are available online at http://www.brightnight.org/
For more information about tickets call 401-288-1231, or visit http://www.brightnight.org. To purchase tickets via telephone call the Brown Paper Tickets 24/7 ticket hotline: 1-800-838-3006)
Donation and corporate sponsorship opportunities are still available. Major sponsors of the event to date include the city of Providence, the State of Rhode Island, AAA, Lite Rock 105, GoLocalProv, Lamar, Motif Magazine, Bank RI, Empire Guitars, and Open MRI of New England. To become a donor, visit http://donate.brightnight.org.
To find out more about Bright Night Providence, visit http://www.brightnight.org.
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Bright Night Providence is a non-profit artist-run New Year's Eve Celebration. We focus on local artists, and creating a family-friendly atmosphere with which to ring in the New Year and celebrate Rhode Island's most important cultural asset- its artists.