NorthBay Health Jubilee fans are going to be treated to something spectacular at this year’s event, unlike anything offered in the past, promises Paul McGinty, NorthBay Health Foundation President.
“Yes, the food, beverages and camaraderie everyone looks forward to will all be there,” he said, “but the entertainment we’ve booked is really extraordinary, completely over the top.”
After the food and drink portion of both the Oct. 27 and 28 events are over, guests will be guided into another ballroom at the Sunrise Event Center in Vacaville where they will be treated to the jaw-dropping, heart-stopping antics of The Passing Zone. These performers have appeared on such television shows as America’s Got Talent, The Tonight Show and Live with Regis and Kathie Lee. They’ve even performed at the White House and before Prince Charles.
The Passing Zone’s John Wee and Owen Morse are comedians and master jugglers, and during their act they toss and fling about everything from buzzing chainsaws to knives and stun guns, all while amusing and awing their audiences with humor sprinkled with inspiration and an emphasis on teamwork and collaboration.
“Their message is perfectly suited to our NorthBay Health supporters,” Paul explained, “and that’s why we’re so excited to have them perform for our guests.”
The Passing Zone’s performance begins at 8 p.m.
The 33rd Jubilee will, as in the past, offer guests a chance to sip and sample beverages and bites from as many as 100 area wineries, restaurants and breweries. The NorthBay Health Jubilee Gala, set for Oct. 27, is a gesture of thanks for top Jubilee Sponsors, and it runs from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.; the Oct 28 event starts at 5 p.m. for VIPs and 5:30 p.m. for general admission.
Sponsors also continue to sign up, following the announcement that Nobell Energy Solutions stepped up to claim the Title Sponsor role – at the $100,000 level. Presenting Sponsors are Al and Patt Shaw; Platinum Sponsors are Heidi Y. Campini, Medic Ambulance, and Robert & Elizabeth Layne. Gold Sponsors are Western Health Advantage, NorthBay Truck Center and Ventas. At the Silver level are Vizient and KUIC 95.3; Bronze sponsors are the D’Angina Family, Jackson Medical Supply, Dr. Seth Kaufman, Heather Resseger, Bill and Karen Seiden, Sheniece Smith, Vacaville Magazine, Insight Investments, Jean Cox in Memory of Bill Cox, and Traci Duncan.
Tickets are now $150 each and can be purchased through the Jubilee website. Please note this event is strictly for 21 and over. Proceeds from this year’s Jubilee weekend will support investments in NorthBay Health Heart & Vascular and other key services.