LONDON, ENGLAND, February 16, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Created around the unique concept of being sent to jail in the 1950's, 'Itchy Feet' are hosting a sensational dance party in Bristol's disused 'Old Crown Courts', complete with genuine jail cells, sentencing chambers and witness boxes. 'Itchy Feet' secured the unusual venue to ensure a uniquely captivating and memorable experience for those attending.
In addition to the truly authentic surroundings, the 1950's prison theme continues throughout with attendees having mug-shots taken on arrival in their boiler suits, staff wearing prison guard uniforms, DJs dressed as convicts and the prison cells being used to house those who misbehave!
The event will see a range of fresh and edgy DJs and bands flavouring the party with Funk, Soul, Rock n Roll, Swing, Rhythm & Blues, Reggae and Ska - guaranteed to get toes tapping and hips swinging. 'Itchy Feet' are also excited to have secured Indie-Swing band 'The Fresh Dixie Project' who will be performing at the 'JailHouse Rock' event.
Offering night time revellers with an exciting alternative to the repetition of mainstream clubbing, events are designed to be uncomplicated, addictive and most importantly, fun! The latest event is scheduled for Friday 14th March at The Old Crown Courts venue in Bristol. To find out more about the 'JailHouse Rock' vintage party, please visit the official website at http://www.itchyfeetonline.co.uk or alternatively contact the company using the details shown with this release.
'Itchy Feet' are a rapidly growing party event company with a difference, hosting their fantastically popular and successful vintage dance night across the width and breadth of the UK. Currently, the party nights are held at selected venues across 25 towns, around 5 times per year. Interest in the event has grown rapidly since it's inception, with the parties proving extremely popular and attracting 'itchy feet' crowds of up to 700 revellers.
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