Come sip on mimosas and nibble on fancy fare when the sassy and classy ladies of The Real Housewives stop by the Earth Ballroom for a deliciously fierce Reality Check East Coast vs. West Coast Brunch on October 21st. After enjoying your gourmet goodies, witness the drama first-hand as the divas compete in an East Coast vs. West Coast trivia game. Holding it down for the East will be Teresa Giudice and Dorinda Medley and reppin’ the West will be Tamra Judge and Kelly Dodd. To keep it a clean fight, Ryan Kristafer is in the house as our moderator. A Q&A session will follow for all fans in attendance.
Tickets are $75.00 and $50.00 and go on sale Wednesday, September 26th at 10:00am through Ticketmaster and the Mohegan Sun Box Office, subject to availability.
Ready for the ultimate Girls Night Out? TVs Celebrity Housewives, Teresa Giudice (New Jersey), Dorinda Medley (New York) and Kelly Dodd (Orange County) – onstage in person! – talking about their amazing personal lives, their cherished families, their sensational businesses and how fame has changed their lives forever. Grab a cocktail and get ready to ask your own questions to the ladies. This special event will raise money for OASIS, a women’s shelter in Paterson, as it will receive a percentage of all ticket sales and VIP Meet & Greet packages. Expect an outrageous, courageous, sometimes bawdy but always honest evening of dazzling Reality TV stars! Don't miss these fabulous ladies!
Founded in 1997, Oasis – A Haven for Women and Children is a non-profit organization daily assisting over 700 women, teens, and children living in need in the Greater Paterson area break the cycle of poverty through programs designed to feed, clothe, educate and empower. These programs include adult education classes, workforce readiness training, youth development activities, and basic social services all under one roof at 59 Mill Street, just blocks from the Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park. Oasis provides the tools necessary for women and children to successfully move from poverty to self-sufficiency. To learn more, visit oasisnj.org.