The Seminole Casino Coconut Creek’s Pavilion is the site for the casino's sixth annual Sweet Dreams festival from 6-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
VIP tickets are $35 per person, and General Adult tickets are $25 per person. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Ronald McDonald House and the Broward Health/Lisa Boccard Breast Cancer Fund.
Sweet Dreams will feature a variety of dessert stations, wine, beer and spirits, and live music from The Rat Pack (www.ratpackisback.com), a Las Vegas sensation tribute group on Friday; and Deana Martin (www.deanamartin.com), daughter of music legend Dean Martin, on Saturday. Also: Holiday decorations and strolling carolers.
Three Olives Vodka and Patrón are sponsoring the open bars. The good stuff: Mexican Brownies, cake pops, mini Bundt cakes, Key Lime fudge, cupcakes, crepes, candies, nitrogen ice cream, cookies, cotton candy, and a chocolate fountain.
Participants include A Chocolate Affair, A Flair for Fudge, Benvenuto Restaurant, Cake Delirium, Cakes by Ruthie, Cantina Laredo Modern Mexican Food, III Forks Prime Steakhouse, Cold Stone Creamery, Cookies by Design, Corner Bakery Café, Crepeteria, Cuatro Leches, Extraordinary Sweets, Gelato Petrini, Jodi's Cupcakes, Melting Pot, Mizner Productions, Palm Beach Cakes, Potions in Motion, Restaurant Beverage Service, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Suckers for Dessert, We Take the Cake, Seminole Casino Coconut Creek Catering, and more.
Because it's a casino, Sweet Dreams is for those 21 and over. VIP tickets are $35 per person and include an open bar, and General Adult tickets are $25 per person and include beer and wine only.
Tickets can be purchased online at Ticketmaster.com http://www.ticketmaster.com/Sweet-Dreams-tickets/artist/1799519?tm_link=edp_Artist_Name
The charity info (which I didn't edit):
Sweet Dreams benefits two charities, the Broward Health/Lisa Boccard Breast Cancer Foundation and the Ronald McDonald House. The Broward Health/Lisa Boccard Breast Cancer Fund which was founded to screen women within the Coral Springs community who were financially unable to obtain screening mammograms and advanced high quality breast imaging and biopsies. For more information visit: http://www.browardhealth.org/lisaboccardfund .
The Ronald McDonald House (www.rmhc.org) provides housing for family members of children who are receiving hospital care. Sometimes when a child gets sick they have to go to a hospital far from their families. And parents want to be with their child every second during such a difficult time. In fact, many would trade places with them if they could. Since they can't, they can at least be by their side. That's exactly why there’s RMHC. We have places where families can be together, because we believe children heal faster when they're with loved ones. For the past 38 years, RMHC has provided hope, healing and the gift of togetherness for families in their greatest time of need.
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