Thursday, 24. April 2014 - 15:04
23. 01. 13. - 18:00
One of Vienna's traditional balls is taking place this Friday at the Rathaus: The Wiener Polizeiball 2013, organised by the Viennese police force.
But not only law enforcers will don their uniforms and tuxedos to attend one of the city's most beautiful balls - it is open to everyone.
The doors open at 20.00 on friday 25th January 2013 in Vienna’s city hall the Rathaus.
Tickets are still available for the event that includes live dance music, the police's very own Big Band and the Police Orchestra.
As well as traditional dancing there is also a disco room, Las Vegas Bar, a midnight show and live music form Andy Lee Lang.
Tickets are also available on the door or on 01/313 10/760 85.
Tickets cost 45 Euro and 35 Euro for those in uniform and students (Seat reservation 5 Euro extra)
Dress code: Evening wear or uniform.
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