Derby Détroit 2016

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Derby Détroit 2016
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Derby Détroit 2016 says
Derby DéTROIT is a high fashion themed event designed for A-listers, taste makers, movers and shakers. A celebration ignited by the Kentucky Derby and it's traditions. Infused by live entertainment, live horses, jockeys, strolling hors d'oeuvres, premium cocktails, mint juleps and of course the live viewing of the race, this is sure to be a great summer kick-off event.

Music By: Collective Peace & The Cool DJ (Andre Terrell)

General Admission: $50

VIP Tickets: $75 | Includes: Free valet, private bar, buffet, mint julep and VIP seating.

VIP Table Package: $800 | Includes VIP seating of 8 people, buffet, bottomless mint juleps, personal server, free valet


Attire Tips:

Ladies: The Kentucky Derby is a chance for every woman to express her inner Southern Belle. It's a great sports party that showcases the finest in spring fashions. Ladies typically wear spring dresses, pastel-colored suits, or bold separates that coordinate with their Derby headwear and accessories.

Gentlemen: The Kentucky Derby provides a splendid excuse for men to get just as dressed up and decked out as the ladies! The modern Derby man possesses an unparalleled color palette. Sun-drenched, tropical colors in bold stripes or busy plaid and bright pastels steal the limelight. Although, if you want a more polished look, a classic navy or seersucker blazer is always in style.

Attire Locations:

THRIFT on the AVE. | www.thriftontheave.com

Home / Dress To Kill | www.dresstokillinc.co

Bleu Bowtique | www.bleubowtique.com

The Peacock Room | www.peacockroomdetroit.com

Hot Sam's Detroit | www.hotsams.net


The Kentucky Derby:

The Kentucky Derby is a horse race held annually in Louisville, Kentucky, on the first Saturday in May, capping the two-week-long Kentucky Derby Festival. The race is a Grade I stakes race for three-year-old Thoroughbreds at a distance of one and a quarter miles. The race is known in the United States as "The Most Exciting Two Minutes In Sports" for its approximate duration, and is also called "The Run for the Roses" for the blanket of roses draped over the winner. The race will be aired via NBC sports network.

12pm -4 pm - Kentucky Derby Undercard

4pm - 7:30pm - Kentucky Derby 142

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