May DJ Schedule (plus calendar)

We’ll note up top two closures this month:
Sunday, May 13 (Mother’s Day)
Monday, May 28 (Memorial Day)

Special events included the Derby Day Party. You can find details on that in the post below.

Every Monday is Vinyl Side Monday; bring a platter play it, win beery prizes.

Every Sunday brings the Cocktail Museum, from 9 p.m.-close, with curator Robert Griffin.

Here’s our schedule of high-quality DJ’s for the remainder of the month: (more…)

Your Royale Kentucky Derby Primer

Saturday, May 5, doors at 2 p.m.
Tickets available at The Royale, $8 in advance, $10 day of (per availability)
3132 So. Kingshighway @ Juniata

What you need to know before joining us this weekend:

1. The Kentucky Derby is an annual horse race, held on the first Saturday of May. For background, you can access the event’s website here.

2. They don’t let the same old horses run every year, though. Here’s a list of this year’s field.

3. Though the practice is not one we employ at The Royale, it’s popular in some quarters to bet on the horses, to win, show, or place; which is to say, finish first, second or third. In order to make sense of the winning potential of these animals, odds are created. (more…)

7th Annual Kentucky Derby Party

7th Annual Kentucky Derby Party

Ladies, procure your finest Derby hat and spring dresses. Gentlemen, get your seersucker suits pressed and your hats boxed. It is time to cheer on the ponies at the 7th Annual Royale Kentucky Derby Party on Saturday May 7th. We have a hat contest for both the ladies and the gents. Proper Derby dress code will be enforced. (more…)

Wednesday, April 4, Event: Eight Poets and a Sculpture

Chris King has all the details on his Confluence City blog, but we’ll have eight poets reading their work in the courtyard this week.

Wednesday, April 4, 7 p.m.
Aaron Belz, Jazzy Danziger, Uncle Bill Green, Devin Johnston, Chris King, Stefene Russell, Stephanie Schlaifer, Brett Lars Underwood
No cover, all ages until 10 p.m.

The event will take place around Noah Kirby’s sculpture, With Solid Stance and Stable Sound, which has been featured in our courtyard this spring. Please join us and pass the word.