Comedian Sam Adams and musician Hazel Miller on tap for Vail Symposium’s Ruby Jubilee
VAIL – The Vail Symposium invites the community to celebrate its past, present and future on Feb. 19 with the Ruby Jubilee, s 40th anniversary celebration at the Four Seasons Resort Vail. Image Guru Montgomery Frazier, comedian Sam Adams and blues-R&B singer Hazel Miller will provide entertainment at the Ruby Jubilee. A live benefit auction will feature getaways to the Galapagos Islands, Fashion Week in New York City, Mexico, Santa Barbara; dinner for eight in your home with Chef Kelly Liken, and more. And, a drawing will take place for a beautiful ruby necklace donated by Karats of Vail.The evening kicks off at 6 p.m. with Red Carpet-style commentary by Frazier who will entertain guests as they enter the event. He is a lifestyle expert who is quoted and sourced on many media outlets such as E!, Inside Edition and VH-1. Serving as master of ceremonies for the celebration, Adams will keep the audience laughing with his clever, colorful and clean jokes that have earned him several awards including winner of the 2009 Great American Comedy Festival. He has been the headline performer at comedy clubs throughout the country and has opened for various music greats like David Sanborn, Al Jarreau and The Spinners. Colorado’s most sought after musical entertainer, Hazel Miller and her band will perform sultry blues-R&B, jazz and pop songs that are sure to inspire dancing. Her voice is powerful and her outstanding resume includes numerous awards and accolades from prominent artists that she has shared the stage with including Herbie Hancock, Buddy Guy, Rickie Lee Jones and Michael McDonald, to name a few. Ruby Jubilee tickets are available for $250/person for reserved table seating; $200/person for open high-top seating; and $2,500 for a reserved table of 10. Tickets can be purchased at http://www.vailsymposium.org. For more information, contact Vail Symposium Executive Director Liana Moore at 970-476-0954.
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