The Gangster's Ball Is Back

26 June 2012 | 5:16 pm | Celline Narinli

The Gangster's Ball returns to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane this September. The event sees the re-emergence of 1920s era fashion - where men wore three-piece suits and fedora hats, and the women wore feathers and pill box hats - and music - when it was all about the big bands and jazz.

Now in its fifth year, the event has attracted more than 3,000 Gangsters, Molls and Flappers each year in each city, and there are even plans for the event to go global, with plans for Europe, Asia and America (including a couple of casino shows in Las Vegas and Atlantic City).

The fully themed evening will also have a great line-up of entertainment, with headline acts including MC comedian Dave Callan, acrobatic troupe Circus Trick Tease and hypnotist Shane Hill, with many more talented entertainers for each city. Each show will also feature swing, rockabiliy and rock'n'roll DJs, a Gambling Den - with poker, roulette and black jack tables, swing and dancing contests, pin-up models, merch stalls, cocktail bar, vintage styling parlour and a 1920s themed photo booth and a lucky door prize of a VIP trip for two people to see Gangster's Ball in Las Vegas.

For more information, head to the official Gangster's Ball website.

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Dates and venues for The Ganster's Ball are below.