Sounds of Motown Starring The Four Tops

Benefits Project: New Born


2016 Sounds of Motown Starring The Four Tops
Saturday, April 29 2017, 6:30 p.m.
Magic City Casino at Stage 305
450 N.W. 37th Avenue Miami
305-585-6408 Maria Valles
MValles2@Med.Miami.edu
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Don't miss the “Sounds of Motown”: An Electrifying Concert Dinner Starring The Four Tops, hosted by Magic City Casino on Friday, October 7, 2016.

Begin the evening with a Craft Cocktail Reception along with 600 of South Florida’s most philanthropic and influential citizens at Magic City Casino's Stage 305. Enjoy the jazz genius of Joe Donato and his live saxophone performance, passed hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction featuring collectible wines, vacation packages, art, dining experiences, jewelry and fashions.

Then the party starts with a Surprise Celebrity Host! Enjoy a four-course epicurean dinner by the incredible Thierry Isambert’s paired with select wines, top shelf open bar and dancing to the music of “The Clique.”

Next, the night's headliner, Motown’s iconic The Four Tops will entertain. Top off the night by indulging in signature desserts created by 15 of South Florida’s finest chefs including Mishas’s Cupcakes, Ana Paz Cakes, Thierry Isambert, The Good Pie Company, Epicure Market and more!

Tables of ten are available at the $2,500, $3,750 and $5,000 levels; and individual dinner seats may be reserved for $250 or $375. Corporate sponsorships and underwriting opportunities also are available at the $10,000 and $25,000 level.

The Proceeds from the evening will benefit Project: New Born’s ongoing critical research that is disseminated worldwide to support imperiled infants in need of the most up to date statistical findings and state-of-the-art medical treatment. Project: New Born also funds the technologically advanced equipment to ensure the well-being of premature and at-risk infants for generations to come.

About Project: New Born

Project: New Born, one of the largest and most respected level IV neonatal units in the country, began with seven tiny preemies in one room at Jackson Memorial Hospital, with rudimentary incubators and poorly adapted adult ventilators. Today, our Preemie Unit has grown to 175 tiny neonatal beds-including ICU stations and intermediate care step-down beds. In addition, several features of the Newborn Special Care Center serve to ensure optimal clinical care and family involvement. The Newborn ICU, for example, is adjacent to the center’s labor and delivery area, which facilitates a multidisciplinary team approach to complex perinatal problems, from prenatal consultation to delivery room management. The unit is staffed by experienced University of Miami faculty neonatologists, neonatal nurses, respiratory therapists, and pharmacists. Part of the intensive care area has been designed and staffed for the delivery of pre- and post-operative care of neonates with complex cardiothoracic and pediatric surgical problems. This arrangement enables a joint effort to provide exemplary care for prenatal and neonatal patients.

For more information regarding The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine’s Pediatrics Department, Division of Neonatology at Holtz Children’s Hospital at Jackson Memorial Hospital visit Pediatrics.Med.Miami.edu/Neonatology.