Great Gatsby - "Bright Young Thing" Benefitting AIN on Aug 26th

Dallas Light and Sound extends an invitation to join Chair Don C. Gaiser and Honorary Chair Miler H. H. Hung for an afternoon of decadence, dressed in 1920s style* with entertainment by Hunter Sullivan! Neale Jones from Dallas Light and Sound will also be providing entertainment and will emcee the event.

Imagine an afternoon transported away from the economic stresses of today to an era of bursting affluence, decadence, prosperity and Red Hot Jazz – The Roaring Twenties. That’s what guests of “The Great Gatsby…The Cats Meow” will experience.

Scheduled for Sunday, August 26, 2012 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM, the event will take place at the beautiful home of Faye C. Briggs which is located at 5909 Desco Dr., Dallas, TX 75225. With access to both the home and grounds, attendees will enjoy delicious cocktails, classic automobiles, period music, and delicious bites.
Could there be a  better backdrop for a
roaring twenties party?
Fine out at Great Gatsby 2012 -
The Cats Meow!

The Roaring Twenties was the first truly modern era and symbolized an age anxious to enjoy itself. Everyone who attends “The Great Gatsby” is certain to have a great time. Tickets are only $75 and are available on eventbrite by clicking on the following link... http://www.aingreatgatsby.com/
Requested attire is Gatsby / 1920's chic.

The Gardens at the home of Faye Briggs
will be part of the experience at
Great Gastby 2012.
The Great Gatsby benefits the programs of AIDS Interfaith Network. For additional information about AIN visit http://www.aidsinterfaithnetwork.org/.

Dallas Light and Sound joins a host of sponsors for the event, and is supplying audio, tables, linens, and other event essentials to make the afternoon memorable. DLS Event designer Neale Jones will emcee the event and has select vocal selections ready to wow the audience.

Hunter Sullivan, the featured entertainer at Great Gatsby 2012, is a singer, songwriter, musician, actor, and performer based out of the Dallas-Ft. Worth area. He leads a number of ensembles, ranging from jazz trios, original rock groups, and most notably, a 14-piece big band with a ten-piece horn section. He and his band have traveled to places as varied as Bahamas, Singapore, England, Hawaii, Shreveport, Nebraska, Japan, Thailand, and have played many shows on the east and west coasts of America, as well a number of shows in and around Las Vegas (Caesar's Palace, New York New York, Las Vegas Hilton). 

Industry associates OneBar USA, Doug Boster Gourmet Catering, Shane Walker Design and ThinkHaus Creative are among the extensive list of sponsors.