Why? Jump Back Ball Sneak Peek!

The hottest party in Cleveland is just over 2 weeks away! Of course I’m talking about Playhouse Square Jump Back Ball. Last night, I volunteered with other fellow Playhouse Square Partners at one of the Shop Nights, where all the decorations are made.

At Shop Nights, we wear matching shirts from past JBBs 😉

All the decor at Jump Back Ball is handmade at Shop Nights, which gives Partners a great sense of ownership of the event, but also means your ticket donation has more bang for its buck.


I thought I’d give you a sneak peek of some of the decor you’ll see when you Jump Back to the Future: The main stage of the State Theatre will be turned into the Enchantment Under the Sea dance, with a 1950’s vibe.

IMG_1920Upstairs in the State Theatre, you can try your hand at Biff’s Casino and see if his famous lucky charm brings you luck, too.

IMG_1925 Of course, there will be some hoverboards about.

IMG_1926 As well as some other famous spots from the “Back to the Future” trilogy.

IMG_1927 The popular wine pull will be back. For a small donation, you get your random pull of a bottle of wine, with a value of at least $20.

IMG_1923 If you’re interested in helping out with the final push to get the decor finished, there are 4 more Shop Nights you can attend:February 16, 19, 23, and 26. On February 27, you can volunteer all or part of the day to help set-up for the main event, too.You don’t need to be a member of Partners or an artistic person…I’ve attended when I was neither!

Of course, I haven’t spilled all the Shop Night secrets! Be assured there will be some “wow factor” decor sure to transport you Back to the Future at Jump Back Ball.

***Disclosure: I was asked by Playhouse Square to help promote Jump Back Ball. In exchange, I will receive one complimentary ticket when I purchase a ticket of equal value. I am a member of the Playhouse Square Partners board. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.*** 


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