11th Annual Dancing for Safe Haven POSTPONED
Omni Nashville Hotel
Sat, Mar 28 6:00 pm
DANCING FOR SAFE HAVEN IS POSTPONED. WE WILL UPDATE THIS WEBSITE WITH THE NEW DATE AS SOON AS IT IS CONFIRMED. Safe Haven Family Shelter continues to carefully monitor the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and, after much consideration, has decided to postpone our Dancing for Safe Haven event, which was scheduled for Saturday, March 28, at the Omni Nashville Hotel. A new date will be determined as quickly as possible and we will update this website as soon as it is confirmed. The eleventh annual Dancing for Safe Haven Family Shelter will take place on March 28 at the Omni Nashville Hotel. Dancing for Safe Haven is a fun-filled evening featuring dinner and a lively dance competition among Nashville stars that has sold out for the past ten years. Star dancers are paired with instructors from Nashville Ballroom & Company to compete for fundraising favorite, audience favorite, and judges’ favorite. Each pair performs for a panel of three judges and an audience of over 500 guests followed by an after-party with a DJ and an open dance floor. This year’s dancing lineup includes: Harry L. Allen, Executive VP and Chief Relationship Officer, Studio Bank; Justin Luffman, VP, Artist Development, Warner Music Nashville; Jennifer Osland Hillen, Nonprofit Executive and Bestselling Author/Illustrator of Goodnight, Nashville; Kearstin Patterson, Vice President of Creative, HCA Healthcare; Justin Pitt, Senior Vice President, and Chief Litigation Counsel, Community Health Systems; Candice Reed, Executive Vice President & Partner, Latitude The event chairs are Kyle Allen, Karen Hingtgen and Ken Williamson. Kelly Sutton and “Woody & Jim” of 107.5 The River will serve as masters of ceremonies again this year. Presenting sponsors include Community Health Systems and HCA Healthcare.