NOCE TO OPEN NEW YEAR’S EVE

Singer Max Wellman will be Noce's general manager and entertainment director.
Singer Max Wellman will be Noce’s general manager and entertainment director.

The jazz and cabaret lounge Noce, 1326 Walnut St., will open its doors for the first time in the final hours of the year. Tickets are now available for Noce’s debut “Wild Party,” a jazz-age-themed New Year’s Eve celebration Dec. 31, from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Featured performers include the Des Moines Big Band, Max Wellman, Tina Haase Findlay and burlesque artist Phoenix Lamour.

General admission, $75, includes complimentary food throughout the evening. VIP tickets, at $150, also include a tour of the building, reserved prime seats and champagne. Tickets and information are available at nocedsm.com. Find out more about Noce in this story in dsm.

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