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Ontario “54” DISCO returns to Ontario Convention Center on August 24, 2019


Largest dance floor in the Inland Empire set to welcome dancers for event

ONTARIO, California (Tuesday, June 25, 2019)  The Ontario Convention Center has announced the return of a public event scheduled for Saturday, August 24, 2019.  Ontario “54” Disco welcomes dancers to relive or discover the golden age of disco for one night with all the glamour, flamboyant costumes, tight dance moves and incredible lights.  The twenty-one (21) and older event is geared to adults looking for a unique experience.  “Disco was so popular in the “70’s and ‘80’s that we decided to bring it back for one night last year and it was so well received we are doing it again!” said Michael Krouse, President & CEO of Ontario Convention Center. “Our 70,000 square foot exhibition hall will be transformed into a swanky lounge with a huge dance floor, over the top décor, and of course a five-foot disco ball.”

Live entertainment will be provided by the Boogie Wonder Band performing two live sets plus celebrity DJ – Martin Rodriquez, formerly with Circus Disco in Los Angeles will be on hand to keep the dancers on the floor throughout the evening.

Boogie Wonder Band –  After 3000 shows around the world the Boogie Wonder Band has become the most celebrated DISCO band of our generation. Over the years, Boogie Wonder Band has had the privilege to share the stage with Kool & The Gang, Village People, Rick James, War, CHIC, KC & the Sunshine Band, Gloria Gaynor, Maxine Nightingale, The Trammps, Paul Shaffer, Pointer Sister, Styx, Foreigner and the who’s who of funk and disco.  The Boogie Wonder Band transports their audience back to the 70’s groove and glamour with their flamboyant costumes, tight choreographies, and incredible light show. It all adds to the authenticity of their performance and success of the band.

Tickets are on sale NOW!  General Admission pre-sale ticket is only $25 .   The VIP pre-sale ticket is $75 and includes access to the private raised lounge, two cocktails, and an appetizer plus a souvenir cup.  In addition, a special overnight package has been added this year.  The “Dance the night away” overnight package for 2 – includes 2 VIP tickets with all amenities, plus a hotel room for $300.  All tickets will have fees.  Once the pre-sale has ended the ticket price will increase.

Tickets and more information is available on Eventbrite at

Doors open at 7:30pm. The event ends at 1:00am. The anticipated audience in the thousands will enjoy live music, food and beverage, and an over the top experience.  For more information visit: and engage with us on Facebook at #Ontario54Disco.

About the Ontario Convention Center

A breathtaking venue, frequently used by filmmakers as an onsite location for movies and commercials, Ontario Convention Center is ideally located in Southern California.  This is the place to meet, connect, and explore! Built and owned by the City of Ontario and privately managed by SMG.  Contemporary in design and equipped with the latest in technology, it boasts more than 225,000 square feet of flexible exhibit space, 2,600 parking spaces, meeting and function space and is ideal for conventions, trade shows, exhibits and meetings. The Center provides a full range of services, world-class cuisine and flexible options provided by a professional, award-winning staff. There are over 6,000 full service and economy hotel rooms in the Greater Ontario area, including 2,500 rooms within walking distance to The Ontario Convention Center.  For more information visit:

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