What is it?
Roc Prom Rerun will bring attendees back to high school with dancing, cheesy prom photos, a crazy school mascot, a cast of old high school characters, and of course, spiked punch!
What will I do that night?
Everything you should have done at your first prom! Take pictures and boogie down with our school mascot, Dazzle the Unicorn! Go watch our mad Science teacher perform experiments! Head over to the photobooth area and give us your best prom pose! Or see our lovely Hooperella perform mesmerizing hoops dances! But watch out for the mean Principal, Gym teachers, and Lunch Lady Linda…they’ll be making sure no one is having too much fun!
Just want to dance? No problem! Our amazing DJ will be spinning prom hits and slow songs each decade from the 70s at 7:00pm to today’s hits at the end of the night! Each hour will be like a prom from years past! And don’t forget to grab your commemorative glass on the way out! It’s like the prom you remember…but so much better!
What will I eat or drink?
Your ticket includes hors d’oeuvres from local favorite restaurants: Marshall Street, Salena’s Mexican Restaurant, Sapori Catering, and The Gate House. There is also an open bar including local craft beer from Stoneyard Brewing Company, K2 Brothers, 3 Heads Brewing, Young Lion, and Genesee; craft cider from Cider Creek; a wine selection; and liquor, including a signature spiked punch from our official vodka sponsor, Tito’s!
What will I wear?!
Attendees are welcomed to dress in whatever attire they feel represents prom to them! We expect some attendees to hit the thrift stores and go back to the 70s, 80s, and 90s. The wackier, the better! Some will grab whatever is in their closets! Others will choose to truly relive the experience with gorgeous new dresses, dapper tuxes, and, of course, corsages!
Who will it help?
Zoey Daggett was a 5-year-old spunky, funky, happy little girl. One year ago, she was given the grim diagnosis that she had a rare, inoperable brain tumor, DIPG. Despite only being given 6 to 12 months to live, Zoey had completed 30 rounds of radiation and continued to fight, over a year past her initial diagnosis, until her passing on July 4th. It is estimated that Zoey’s family spent more than $10,000 a month in medical expenses. To help with outstanding medical expenses, all proceeds from this event will be donated Zoey’s family and to the Golisano Children’s Hospital, a fantastic local resource that helps children like Zoey.
Who should attend?
Anyone 21 years or older! This event is one of a kind and not to be missed!