Swing back to the 1940s at The Federal, North Hollywood with International Pin Up Darlings, The Satin Dollz.
In their popular show “Pin Up Revolution,” The Satin Dollz invite you to join in on the nostalgic fun in an immersive and intimate setting while being entertained by big band classics and vintage mashups. The throwback evening includes sizzling close harmony vocals, showstopping tap dancing and charming banter with the audience.
Guests have the option of dining during the show at reserved tables or buying show only tickets at the door with open seating and full bar with a delicious small bites menu. Vintage inspired attire encouraged. Please no shorts, t-shirts, tennis shoes.
Reserved Tables: $20 per person advance/ $25 Day Of
Open seating and cocktail area: $10 advance/ $15 Day Of
Bar & Menu separate
7pm Doors open, Dinner seating, Bar and open cocktail seating
Valet parking available
Recommended for special celebrations, vintage enthusiasts, foodies, tourists
From all corners of the United States, the lovely Satin Dollz were brought together on one stage in 2005 to deliver top-notch entertainment reminiscent of the WWII USO Camp Shows. These pin up darlings, a stunning ensemble of singing, tap dancing, and downright charming ladies, have delighted audiences young and old, stateside and overseas, with their blended vocal harmonies, high energy tap dancing, sparkling charisma and stunning beauty wrapped up in a retro bow.
Originally formed in Hollywood, California, The Satin Dollz recently expanded their “pin up army” in 2016 across the pond, in both London and Paris, embarking on tours throughout the UK and rest of Europe. This international family of over 60 vintage talent powerhouses can be seen currently on the sold out “Party Like Gatsby” tour spanning 16 countries throughout Europe and North America in 2018-19, as well as on the “Big Beat Revue” UK tour with The Jive Aces in 22 theaters kicking off in the West End’s Aldwych Theater in London.
The Satin Dollz frequently sing on BBC Radio to its 20 million listeners and always enjoy entertaining veterans in the US as well as overseas. Jazz residencies have included Los Angeles' famous Cicada Club with Dean Mora's Swing Orchestra, the historic Queen Mary in Long Beach, and at the Jazz Cave in St. Julien's Bay on the island of Malta. Other notable appearances have included Battle of the Big Bands California Tour sharing the stage with 30 big band musicians, at the famed Swing 46 in New York with the George Gee 17 pc Orchestra, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Royal Chelsea Flower Show and as return headliners for the ever popular bi-annual 1940s Ball in Denver, CO with the World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra and for Los Angeles' annual Fleet Week.