Mardi Gras - Saturday, February 25, 2017

... ALL THAT JAZZ  ... 

Hot Springs 6th Annual 

Mardi Gras Costume

Ball & Contest




February 10, 2018

 6:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. 


305 Malvern Ave

Hot Springs, AR


 The Hot Springs Jazz Society

proudly presents

Sunny Evans and Richard Stevens

as Queen and King


Sunny and Richard invite you to join them

in an evening of music, dancing and fun!!!

Doors Open at 6:00 p.m.

for food & drinks !!!  

Bands Start Playing at 6:30 !!!

with the


(Doc Ryan trumpet, Earl Hesse clarinet, David Higginbotham bass, John Leisenring trombone, Dan Wilkinson banjo, Paul Stivitts drums, and Clyde Pound keyboard)

playing Dixieland

Mardi Gras Music

with special guest singer

Sharon Turrentine



The main dance band for the

night is the exciting 


Playing blues and classic rock with a touch of jazz

and some Cajun thrown in for good measure.

To see and hear all
about the Delta Brass Express...


Emcees Jacqueline Beaumont & Joe Hawk

Will keep the party hopping and host the costume contest. 

A special raffle for an indulgent

prize compliments of

Steven & Clarisa Kirsch


COSTUMES are optional 

(but a fun way to celebrate!!!)

with $1,000 in cash prizes

 for Best Costumes!!! 



Limited Table Seating

Get Your Tickets TODAY !!!!

Ticket Prices:

 $60 each

 Or Preferred Sitting for a

Table of 10:  $600


Invite your friends and share a table together!!!

$60 has never bought this much fun!!!!!!!



Cajun Food and Adult Drinks

will be available for sale

from 6:00 throughout the night.


A Fantastic Array of

Silent Auction Items !!!!


 Super Raffle Items 


Get into the Mardi Gras spirit with a costume...

Don't Delay ... Begin Your Costume Today

With These Recommended Shops  !!!




The Mardi Gras Costume Ball & Contest only fundraising event presented by the Hot Springs Jazz Society, proceeds support year-round educational and concert programming including Scholarships to attend the UAM Summer Jazz Camp.

The Hot Springs Jazz Society is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to perpetuating, promoting and preserving Jazz Music, an original American art form. The Jazz Society is funded in part by the Arkansas Arts Council, Hot Springs Advertising and Promotion Commission, Arts on Tour, Hot Springs Area Community Foundation, and the Elisabeth Wagner Foundation along with numerous other corporate and private sponsors.