A New Year’s Eve Gala at Centennial Hall will benefit Juneau Arts & Humanities Council and Juneau Jazz & Classics. (Unsplash | Jacek Dylag)

A New Year’s Eve Gala at Centennial Hall will benefit Juneau Arts & Humanities Council and Juneau Jazz & Classics. (Unsplash | Jacek Dylag)

Dinner, dancing expected at New Year’s Eve Gala

Ring in 2019 in style.

Dinner and dancing will ring in the new year in Centennial Hall.

The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council and Juneau Jazz & Classics have a New Year’s Eve gala starting at 6:30 p.m. Monday.

It will begin with cocktails and appetizers at 6:30 p.m., accompanied by the Luke Weld Ensemble. At 7:30 p.m. a meal will be served with the Juneau Big Band playing. At 9:30 p.m., Gamble and the High Costa Living will play into the new year.

New Year’s Eve Gala tickets for the entire evening, including dinner, are $125 for individuals, $225 for couples and $1,000 for tables of 10. For those who want just to dance, tickets are $30 for individuals and $50 for couples.

Tickets are available at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center, Centennial Hall, online at www.jahc.org and www.jazzandclassics.org, by calling (907)586-2787 or the Jazz & Classics office at (907)463-3378, and at both locations of Hearthside Books.

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