A Night at the Alhambra
ElF The Musical
Thursday, December 12, 2019
5:30 - 10 pm
Alhambra theatre & Dining
This year's beneficiary
BEAM is a community based organization serving low income residents in Jacksonville’s beaches communities and relying heavily on community support to assist our neighbors in time of need.
Where is the event? Alhambra Theatre & Dining, 12000 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32246
What does the ticket include? Tickets include entry to the cocktail reception (cash bar), dinner, non-alcoholic beverages, and the show.
Can I choose where I sit? Tickets purchased together will be seated together. Table and seat location is selected via lottery, but guests can request to sit near other guests. Please note if you'd like to be seated near someone when purchasing your ticket.
What's for dinner? You can take a look at Alhambra's menu here to get an idea of what's served.
What is the dress code for this event? We recommend cocktail/festive attire.
Should I bring my ticket? We are not issuing physical tickets. Simply check in with the name of the ticket purchaser.
BEAM's Wish List
Please bring one item from this list for BEAM:
Canned Vegetables (no soup/green beans)
Our MC for the Evening
Kent Justice co-anchors News4Jax 10 and 11 pm newscasts weeknights and hosts "This Week in Jacksonville," Channel 4's hot topics and politics public affairs show each Sunday morning at 9 a.m. Civic leaders, business professionals, and nonprofit activists spend time in conversation with Kent about the big issues in our area.
As a political reporter, Kent has covered inaugurations, national political party conventions and local races for public office (and everything in between). Kent is a seasoned debate moderator, working alongside Jake Tapper for CNN in a nationwide televised debate between Florida Govs. Rick Scott and Charlie Crist in 2014. Most recently, Kent hosted a debate or a forum with the leading gubernatorial candidates in Florida ahead of the primary election. He has also moderated debates for congressional candidates for District 4 and District 5, in addition to candidates for state attorney, during an unprecedented three-debates-in-three-nights in August 2016.