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SWR3 Moose Party in Alzey: Buy Cards Now
Hot party night, glowing turntables - party alarm in Alzey

For the SWR3 moose party on Saturday, 18. November in Stadthalle Alzey the ticket presale has begun. The maps are to have for 10 euros with the German Red Cross district association Alzey e.V. Albiger road 33, 55232 Alzey, telephone 06731 96990. Box office: 11 euro. For SWR-3 clubbers and DRK members, admission is reduced to 9 euros.

The SWR3 moose rocks for the "Alliance Pro Humanity" for up to five hours this evening. A sure-hearted SWR3 DJ Michael Leupold delivers glowing turntables and a party night. State-of-the-art LED DJ consoles, with iconic Moose fog machines and digital applauders, turn the old town hall into a party temple.

What's more, the SWR3 DJs interactively turn the party people into activists: Whether it's an air guitar contest, confetti ball or XL balloon throwing. If you are lucky, you will even bring home a small SWR3 moose, which flies on the dance floor via a moose sling; or a cool selfie with the life-sized SWR3 plush moose straight from the dancefloor. Then there are the best pop songs, the latest chart cracker, the most beautiful ballads, cult hits and much more - hits for dancing or leaning on.

Of course, a direct connection to the Funkhaus in Baden-Baden will be established. So the moderator can switch live to the current SWR3 radio program and let SWR3-Land participate in the party in the beautiful Alzey. Quick set up - immediately started.

The proceeds of the evening benefit the Alliance Pro Humanity, thus helping people who have fallen into adversity in need. Or those threatened with dying because of illness, disability, old age, difficult family life and flight alone. This is certainly one more reason to quickly buy a ticket and look forward to a great evening.

The Alliance for Humanity has now received the support of a strong woman: Stefanie Tücking, universally popular and well-known radio and TV presenter becomes an ambassador, that is, the voice organ of the Social Alliance. "Of course, I'm part of this alliance," she wrote at the invitation of the CEO Anke Marzi from the DRK-Landesverband Rheinland-Pfalz e. V., which is under the leadership of the Alliance Pro Humanity. "From me to us - to turn to each other, more humanity among us, that has something".

So - quickly bowl in, hook up friends, make the Stadthalle chubby and together with SWR3 turn night into day! Going to SWR3 Moose Party - that's about five hours of nonstop party with your number one radio! See you.

The SWR3 moose now rocks for the "Alliance Pro Humanity". In addition, the legendary Elk Party of the popular power station SWR3 stops on its unbridled success tour on Saturday, November 18, 2017 in the town hall in Alzey.

Best-humored SWR3 DJs, glowing turntables and party fans in the Abtanz mode promise a lavish party night. Since the SWR3 moose is a party animal. And state-of-the-art LED DJ consoles, with iconic elk fog machine and digital applause, turn the old-fashioned city hall into a party temple.

What's more, the SWR3 DJs interactively turn the party people into activists: Whether it's an air guitar contest, confetti ball or XL balloon throwing. If you are lucky, you will even bring home a small SWR3 moose, which flies on the dance floor via a moose sling; or a cool selfie with the life-sized SWR3 plush moose straight from the dancefloor. Then there are the best pop songs, current chart cracker, the most beautiful ballads, cult hits and much more - hits for dancing or leaning.

Of course, a direct connection to the Funkhaus in Baden-Baden will be established. So the moderator can switch live to the current SWR3 radio program and let SWR3-Land participate in the party in the beautiful Alzey. Quick set up - immediately started.

But it gets even better: The proceeds of the evening benefit the Alliance Pro Humanity. This is a social alliance between companies and the German Red Cross in Rhineland-Palatinate, which helps people in our neighborhood who are in debt through no fault of their own. Or they can not cope with their lives because of illness, disability, old age, difficult parents and escape.