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The Bison Ball will be a blast (from the past)

Local food, craft beer and 2000s music featured at this new Homecoming event

September 19, 2018 — 

Remember tracksuits? Rubber bracelets? Butterfly clips?

Jump into your best 2000’s gear­­­ and grab your friends because Homecoming 2018 is taking you back to the new millennium in all its glory.

The Bison Ball: 2000s Edition is the U of M’s inaugural evening for alumni and friends 35 and under.

DJ Blitz has dug out his old mixtapes (OK, he never put them away) and will be spinning Britney, Usher, Justin Timberlake, and all the other tunes he downloaded off LimeWire decades ago.

When you need a break from belting out I Believe in a Thing Called Love, Single Ladies or Sk8er boi, try your luck at the pool and ping-pong tournaments or entering your name into some of the amazing prize draws. There’s also a pair of WestJet tickets up for grabs that will be given away to someone in attendance that evening.

Aside from great music and fun activities, there is also an amazing selection of gourmet food and beverage pairing station such as white wine and Brie, stout and salted caramel brownies and local craft beer and beef sliders.

Not only does $20 get you into an epic evening of fun, food and more, it also includes five food and drink pairings, plus prize draw tickets, too.

And since we know this’ll be a night to remember fondly, there will be special video and photo booths to help capture the fun.

Details:

Friday, September 28
7:30 p.m. – midnight
IQ’s, 3rd floor, UMSU University Centre

Get your $20 tickets at bisonball.eventbrite.ca today.

Advance ticket purchases exclusive promotion!

Get your tickets by Wednesday, September 26 and be entered into a draw to win a round trip limo ride to The BisonBall for you & your friends!

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