Three unique event experiences to honor the Chairman of the Board

PALM SPRINGS, CALIF. – Hosted by Pamela Anderson, A Swingin Affair gala,
benefiting the Alzheimer’s Association, which takes place Sunday, December
11, 2011 at the Riviera Palm Springs, celebrates Frank Sinatra¹s birthday in
grand style. The event series includes three unique celebrations in one day
beginning with an exclusive VIP cocktail party at Sinatra¹s former home,
gala and after party. Performances throughout the event include Frank
Sinatra Jr. and his 20-piece Orchestra, singer/pianist Daniel Joseph Baker
(America’s Got Talent), X Factor finalist Phillip Lomax, jazz artists Matt
Dusk and Luca Ellis, and actress/Broadway star Lainie Kazan. The gala
features a sumptuous three-course dinner, signature cocktails and a
star-studded blue carpet in honor of Ol blue eyes.

This is not your typical gala,” says Ricardo Coronado, co-chairman of the
event. “This is a lifestyle experience. They say, ‘They don’t party like
they used to.’ Well, we do. We are bringing back the decadence of Frank’s
lifestyle and putting it into three luxurious parties in one day and night,
and if guests party like Frank did, the extravaganza could go into the next
morning. This is all about honoring Frank’s legacy, style, and swagger and
helping a great organization in the process.”

First stop is the exclusive VIP cocktail party at Sinatra’s former Twin
Palms estate, which was designed by famed architect E. Stewart Williams and
lived in by Sinatra and first wife Nancy and then Ava Gardner. Canadian jazz
artist Matt Dusk, whom has three No. 1 international hits, will perform with
The Buddy Greco Jr. Trio, and cocktails and canapes will be served poolside
from 2-5 p.m.

Stop two of the night will be the main gala boasting a celebrity blue carpet
at the posh Riviera Palm Springs where Sinatra held most of his lavish
parties. Architect and visionary Irwin Schuman designed the historic
location and the event will be fashioned in the grand Hollywood Regency

The night closes with an after-party, starting at 11:30 p.m., at the swanky
Starlite Lounge in the Riviera and features performances by Phillip Lomax,
Daniel Joseph Baker and Luca Ellis, and cocktails will be flowing into the
wee hours of the morning. A special toast and a cake will be cut at midnight
in honor of what would have been Sinatra’s 96th birthday.

For more information or to purchase tickets please visit
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