Registration will stay open until we have 150 pre-registrants, or until Wednesday Oct. 5. If you’re hoping to snag a weekend pass, head over to our registration page.
We’ve added a T-shirt only option to our registration form for anyone who would like to pre-order. If you’ve already registered but would like to add a T-shirt to your registration and select the “T-shirt” only option. (There is no need to fill out the housing section again if we’ve already received your registration. Just select “I do not need housing). Hitting the “submit” button will automatically redirect you to PayPal where you to submit $15.
Pictured is the men’s T-shirt. The ladies’ shirt is a super-soft baby doll in a slightly longer length.
The Bay Cafe will be hosting our Sunday afternoon dance. DJ Jenn Shortway will DJ from 1 to 2 p.m. while you dine at the cafe’s brunch buffet, featuring bottomless mimosas. Then Seth Kibel and the Bay Jazz Project will kick it up from 2 to 5 p.m.
Brunch–and bottomless mimosas–will be available from noon until 3 p.m.
If you have a weekend wristband, the dance is included in your registration fee. The buffet will cost you only $9, tip and mimosas included.
For anyone without a weekend wristband, the cover charge is $3 and the brunch & mimosa special is $15.99+tip.
Haven’t registered yet? No worries. Bring $65 to the grand opening of Baltimore’s newest Lindy venue–Mobtown Ballroom–and register for the entire Hi-De-Hon weekend.
We’ll accept cash or check, and will have a laptop and Internet connection so that you can even pay via PayPal/credit card on the spot.
Mobtown Ballroom will be celebrating its grand opening Saturday, Sept. 24, at its new venue: an 1870s-era church featuring a 2,500-square-foot ballroom with a brand new, sprung wood dance floor.
859 Washington Boulevard, Baltimore Md. 21217
Saturday, Sept. 25 | 9 p.m. – 2 a.m. | Facebook event page
Featuring Meschiya Lake and the Little Bighorns