‘Le Diner’ and a show: Entertainment lineup for Jersey City’s pop-up white party picnic announced #Diner #show #Entertainment #lineup #Jersey #Citys #popup #white #party #picnic #announced Welcome to RKM Blog, here is the new story we have for you today:
You provide the food, they’ll take care of the entertainment.
Jersey City’s inaugural Le Dîner en Blanc on Aug. 25 — the location is still a secret — will feature Marie Antoinette, a team of dancers, 3D light sculptures, a light show and live music, organizers announced.
Jersey City will welcome 1,000-plus people to the chic, pop-up picnic event has been held in more than 120 cities across the globe. that features guests dressed all in white. Guests bring their own tables, white tablecloths, white chairs, white table settings, and white tableware.
To participate in this first edition, attendees can sign up for the waiting list at jerseycity.dinerenblanc.com, and click on the “Register” tab. There are a limited number of invitations remaining.
Guests arriving at the venue will be greeted by performance and visual artist Christy O’Connor (ChaShaMa, Mana Contemporary) dressed as Queen Marie Antoinette. Choreographer morgaine de leonardis (Then She Fell, SMUSH Gallery, Aviva), and her team of dancers, will fuse together different dance styles while incorporating the venue’s natural environment.
Guests will be able to interact with imaginative 3D light sculptures from artist Sunil Garg (Galleria Ca’ d’Oro, Index Art Center), and Melissa Ulto (Blue Man Group, Getty Institute) will be lighting up the event with spectacular projections.
The Big Lazy (Vancouver International Jazz Festival, This American Life) has been hailed by The New Yorker as an “elegantly gritty instrumental trio.” Their unique, noirish, and pastoral union of American music archetypes: jazz, blues, surf, and rockabilly will set the mood as the aural accompaniment to dinner.
Afterwards, guests can dance to a set from Jersey City’s DJ Paul Mendoza (Snow Ball Gala, LITM, Jersey City Pride).
“Art House is proud to feature a fantastic lineup of artists, musicians, and dancers who will add to the immersive beauty and magic of this unforgettable night,” said Meredith Burns, the executive director of Art House, the organizer of the event. “We’re looking forward to celebrating the best of what our region has to offer naturally, culturally, and artistically at the first annual Le Dîner en Blanc ― Jersey City.”
Burns credited KRE Group, CoolVines, and the city Office of Cultural Affairs, the official partners of the event, for making the event possible.
Le Dîner en Blanc, launched in Paris in 1988 by François Pasquier and a handful of friends, marked its 30th anniversary in 2018 with a record 17,000 guests from Paris and around the world.
To keep up to date on event announcements, visit jerseycity.dinerenblanc.com or go to social medias, on Facebook:@DinerEnBlanc.JerseyCity or Instagram @dinerenblancjerseycity #dinerenblanc #debjerseycity2022