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KC & The Sunshine Band, Sister Sledge, other 1970s icons are coming to town for this November 2 fundraiser – and we have discounted $28 tickets


November is National Homeless Youth Awareness Month, which means it’s a good time for a fundraiser. Dallas’ City House is throwing a throwback dozie.

Called “Boogie Bash!, presented by the Dallas Stars Foundation,” the event on Saturday, November 2 is expected to draw a crowd of 3,000. Organizers say the Bash will be one of the area’s largest fundraisers. Its focus: raising awareness and funds for youth homelessness in North Texas. The evening will feature live performances by KC & The Sunshine Band, Sister Sledge Band, and Infinite Journey, plus a 1970s costume contest and car raffle.

The event kicks off that night at 6:00 p.m. at Comerica Center in Frisco. General admission tickets start at $30, and VIP tickets (including seats with direct dance floor access or table seating on the floor or a suite) start at $68. Tickets are available on Ticketmaster. If you use the code CHBASH when you purchase your tickets, you’ll score a 15% discount.

About City House
The mission of City House (501c3) is to provide emergency shelter, transitional living, crisis counseling and support services to at-risk children, youth and young adults who are in need. Although located in Collin County, City House serves all of North Texas and works closely with a vast number of social service partners and agencies across the state. The center has seen a 55% increase in traffic since August 2018 due to numerous issues including sex trafficking, homelessness, abuse, neglect, and sexual identity. To learn more about City House visit www.cityhouse.org.

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