Who wants to go to the "Danger Zone" with us? Want to "Dance with Somebody Who Loves Me?" Want to go for a ride in a "Pink Cadillac"? Of course, you do.

We can go all 80s music fun with the Acadiana Symphony this Tuesday night, October 17 as we party on top of the Vermilion Parking Garage all to benefit music education in Acadiana.

This year’s theme is Totally Awesome 80s! featuring a fun and elevated evening of food, cocktails, and the 80s greatest hits.

Get your best Madonna or Cyndi Lauper outfit ready for Tuesday night. Gents, we want to see plenty of "Thriller" looks, Prince vibes, or any musician you loved from the 80s as we rock the night away.

Ray Boudreaux and Sharona Thomas
Photo courtesy of Acadiana Symphony

The Symphony will play along with local superstar artists:

Ray Boudreaux

Myles Migl

Sarah Russo

Sharona Thomas

Julie Wiliams

Miles Migl
Photo courtesy of Miles Migl

These artists, if you have not seen them perform, you are in for some AMAZING performances. They will rock you, make you feel your soul, and leave you feeling exhilarated.

You have got to get in on this fun night before all the tickets are gone!

In addition to all this rockin' music we are celebrating the 80's so how about this?

Sarah Russo
Photo courtesy of Sarah Russo

Your Ticket Includes Bottomless Beer and Wine and Delicious Food from Ton's!

Yep, you have plans for next Tuesday, click on acadianasymphony.org to get your tickets!

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