The World's Largest Disco

[DANCE PARTY FUNDRAISER] If you don’t have tickets in hand to the World’s Largest Disco, you need to scour the city. You need to lean on friends and acquaintances who had the forethought to purchase tickets in August, when they routinely sell out. You must cajole, bribe, steal, whatever it takes. The 25th annual inferno takes place this Saturday, November 24 at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center, and its formula remains evergreen and effective: the largest dance floor in New York State, populated by thousands of costumed revelers rubbing elbows with a mindboggling parade of celebrities from the 1970s and 1980s, including musical acts whose careers peaked in the disco era. A killer multimedia show and sound system. Memorabilia, food, drink—everything a party needs. They say that the night before Thanksgiving is the biggest bar night in Buffalo, but the region’s biggest party (it’s not even close) is the World’s Largest Disco. And it’s all for a good cause: In its 25 years, the volunteer-run World’s Largest Disco has raised more than $5.5 million for charity, most especially for Camp Good days and Special Times. Find a ticket—they’re out there. Get yourself a gold lame shirt, some bell bottoms, and a pair of platform heels. Get thee to the disco. (Want to know who sponsors this extravaganza? Have a look at the back cover of this week’s newspaper.)


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