Hair O’ The Dog 2010 is Coming to Loews Hotel in Philadelphia...

Hair O’ The Dog 2010 is Coming to Loews Hotel in Philadelphia on January 16th

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Hair O' The Dog 2010 is coming
Hair O' The Dog 2010 is coming

During these difficult times, The Dog is pleased to announce his own unique Social Stimulation Plan to jump start 2010!

More fun. More excitement. Less moolah.

Hair O’ The Dog is a swanky venue filled to the brim with great music, tasty food, and 4.5 hours of great booze, all mixed together with a thousand sexy people dressed to the nines!

Come January 16, 2010, The Dog is pleased to be venturing out and taking his party to one of Philadelphia’s most storied venues, The Loews Philadelphia Hotel.

Over the years, Hair O’ The Dog has been held at some of the best venues the Philadelphia area has to offer, including the National Constitution Center, Hyatt Regency at Penn’s Landing, Franklin Institute, Memorial Hall in Fairmount Park, the Philadelphia Cruise Terminal, the Ritz Carlton, and Circa.

Discounted $139 rooms are available at the Loews AND $20 of that price will be donated to our charity.

HOD10 at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel.

The Loews Philadelphia Hotel, also known as the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society Building or PSFS Building, is a skyscraper in Center City, Philadelphia. A National Historic Landmark, the Loews Philadelphia was the first International style skyscraper built in the United States. The building was built for the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society in 1932 and was designed by architects William Lescaze and George Howe. The skyscraper’s design was a departure from traditional bank and Philadelphia architecture, lacking features such as domes and ornamentation. Combining Lescaze’s experience with European modernism, Howe’s Beaux-Arts background and Philadelphia Saving Society President James M. Wilcox’s desire for a forward thinking, tall building the skyscraper incorporated the main characteristics of International style architecture. Conversion of the building into a hotel began in 1998 and the Loews opened in 2000, quickly becoming on the region’s most spectacular hotels and destinations.

The Entertainment:
Don’t Call Me Francis
With over 18 years experience in the industry, The Don’t Call Me Francis Band is one of the most requested bands in the Philadelphia Tri-state area and beyond. For 12 Consecutive years, DCMF was voted the Best Band in South Jersey and the Delaware Valley, by the Courier Post’s Readers Choice Awards. Named after the famous line from the Bill Murray comedy “Stripes” -DCMF continues to boast a lineup of musicians whose credits include performances with acts like Tower of Power, Blood Sweat and Tears, Paula Abdul, K.C and the Sunshine Band, Gloria Estefan, The Stylisitcs, The Delphonics, Jay Z, Jill Scott, Alecia Keys, Prince, Tony Orlando, Chuck Mangione and the list continues.

LeCompt
LeCompt is a high energy No Frills Rock band that can hit you hard when you need it. They can also lean back & play some of the songs you grew up with. This band is one of the few in the area that can please just about any audience. LeCompt list their influences as The Beatles, The Who, Led Zepplin, Early Elton John, Rod Stewart, Rolling Stones, Badfinger, America, Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, and Al Green.

The event Benefits Adopt A Pig
The event Benefits Adopt A Pig

The Charity:
The designated charity for 2010 is Adopt-A-Pig.

Adopt-A-Pig is a program designed to help children and their families cope as they face their greatest challenge, fighting cancer. Proceeds benefit a variety of support services for patients and their families. Pediatric cancer patients and survivors paint and decorate piggy banks, which sponsors adopt and begin collecting donations. When each bank is full, the change inside is counted and a check is sent to Adopt-A-Pig.
Look Who’s Turning a 16!
When the Hair O’ The Dog started way back in 1995 (that’s 102 dog years ago!) at the Tiki Club in King of Prussia, we were excited by the turn-out of about 100 people.

Each year since, this black tie extravaganza has grown in both size and prominence in the region, with Hair O’ The Dog attracting thousands of party-goers to date.

Over the years, the event has been held at some of the best venues the city has to offer.

This year will be no different as we venture out to one of coolest and most historic venue’s in town: The Loews Philadelphia Hotel.

Tickets for the 2010 HOD are already selling quickly, so make sure to get your tickets early before they’re all gone!

In case you were curious, our attendees usually run about 55 percent female to 45 percent male (including Governor Ed Rendell!), and on average, range in age from 21-45.

Approximately 10% of past attendees fly into Philadelphia specifically for this party, with the balance hailing from the Tri-State area.

General Admission Tickets cost $75 and include –

# Top Shelf Open Bar
# Butlered & Buffet Hors D’oeuvres & Finger Foods
# Awesome Live Music from Don’t Call Me Francis and LeCompt

V.I.P. Tickets cost $150 and include –

# Includes VIP Admission for 4 people
# 1 Bottle of champagne and 1 bottle of top shelf liquor
# Access to the Private VIP Area
# Top Shelf Open Bar
# Butlered & Buffet Hors D’oeuvres & Finger Foods
# Awesome Live Music from Don’t Call Me Francis and LeCompt
# Complimentary admission for VIP ticket holders to After Hours Party at Zee Bar.

To learn more about Hair O’ The Dog 2010, find out about their past parties, and see how to purchase tickets, check out their website.