The event that encourages patron to dress up in roaring 20s outfits, takes place Nov. 10. Tickets are $55 and proceeds benefits projects of Howey Hudson Lowe Foundation. for The fundraiser, which is in its eighth year, annual fundraiser at the Holiday Inn Perimeter Atlanta. The foundation works to help homeless people attain self-sufficiency.
The evening’s music will pay homage to the jazz legends from the 1930s to 2000s with live bands, vocals and swing dancing.
Performers include jazz violinist Delores Major, singer Linoel Jones, Melvin Miller and Jazz Collective band, line dancers, the Beulah Boys and the Sensational Divas.
It will award 2012 trailblazer awards to Gwen Keyes Fleming, Environmental Protection Agency Region 4 administrator; Willie A. Watkins of Willie Watkins Funeral Home, and Green Pastures Christian Church senior pastor Collette L. Gunby.
The Holiday Inn Perimeter Atlanta is at 4386 Chamblee Dunwoody Road in Atlanta.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.howeyhudsonlowe.org or call Brenda Jackson at 770-808-0114.