Fans of "Stompin’ at the Savoy" can start gathering their Roaring 20s attire for the annual jazz and dance party benefitting the Howey Hudson Lowe Foundation.
Tickets for the 2018 gala on Nov. 10 are now on sale.
The 14th annual gala – featuring dinner, dance and live performances – has a new location this year.
Brenda Jackson, an organizer of the event, said it will take place at the World Omega Center in Decatur.
The musical lineup includes the Melvin Miller Jazz Collective, jazz violinist Delores Majors, guitarist 2unes Woodall, flutist Bertha Hightower Smith, comedian Willie Brown & Woodie, the Beulah Boys, the Swing Dance Heritage Club, Kantis Simmons and Mr. Big.
The Howey Hudson Lowe Foundation, established in 2004, promotes positive growth and development, health and well-being of children, youth and adults and provides outreach to the homeless and scholarships to students attending Georgia Piedmont Technical College.
The gala begins at 7 p.m.
The World Omega Center is at 3951 Snapfinger Parkway.
Only 350 tickets are available and they go fast. Get yours at www.freshtix.com or call 770-981-4756.