Ladies don your hats, gents press your seersucker it is time for *the* party of the year, The tradition continues w/ The 14th Annual Royale Derby Party. Doors open at 2pm, music starts around 3:30 and horses run just after 5:50. Hat Contest will be after the horses run and then the music will resume. Proper Derby attire is required. There will be no partial refunds for tables. They must either be fully refunded or all tickets must be purchased.
Join us for the classic Jazz sounds of Annie & The Furtrappers Annie and the Fur Trappers is a St. Louis traditional jazz band which formed in 2016. The band includes clarinet, trumpet, trombone, tuba, banjo, guitar, piano, washboard, and saxophone. Annie and the Fur Trappers is dedicated to performing and preserving the music of the 1920s and 30s today. The band plays traditional jazz, delta blues, ragtime, and swing music. Their version of “Delta Bound” was selected to be displayed at the Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Experience in Meridian, Mississippi. Annie and the Fur Trapper’s original song “You Break It, you Buy It” was selected for the St. Louis Blues Society’s 17 in 17 compilation album. Annie and the Fur Trappers have performed at a variety of music festivals including the Big Muddy Blues Festival, The Apple Butter Festival in Kimmswick, The Cherokee Street Jazz Crawl, and The Rosebud Cafe Music Festival, to name a few. The band’s second full length studio album will be released in May of 2019.
Ladies don your hats, gents press your seersucker it is time for *the* party of the year, the annual Royale Derby Party. Doors open at 2pm, music starts around 3:30 and horses run just after 5. Hat Contest will be after the horses run and then the music will resume. Tickets are on sale in advance online and indoor/outdoor dining table tickets can be purchased.
Join us for with a newly formed all star band The Derby Dusters consisting of:
Valerie Jo Kirchhoff- vocals
Ethan Leinwand- piano
Timothy John Muller- 4 string banjo
Colin Blair – fiddle/mandolin
Alena Wheeler – fiddle
Nick Pence- lap steel/Guitar
Richard Trailis – upright bass
Brian Curran – rhythm Guitar
Tickets are available here:
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