ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE EVENING ...

Celebrating over 50 years of Musical Entertainment
Eddie Korosa, Jr.
and his Boys from Illinois


        
5:30 PM > Cocktails
6:30 PM > Banquet/Buffet
7:30 PM > Entertainment (Eddie Korosa Jr.)
Only $40.00 Per Person
Please join us for the
Radiofest  2018
Carolyn Knipfel Memorial Banquet
August 25th in the Beautiful Cresent Room

Medinah Shriners ~ 550 N. Shriners Dr. Addison, IL 60101


 
Radiofest 2018 Registration Form
Due to limited seating, make your reservation as early as possible.
Registration form is available at the top of this page.
Any questions please feel free to email Judy Huether at oldradioshoppe@aol.com
Dinner & Live Music
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Roast Sirloin of Beef with Bordelaise Sauce

Baked Herb Chicken Breast

Penne Pasta in a Marinara Sauce

Twice Baked Potato

Broccoli & Cauliflower

Garden Fresh Tossed Salad with 3 Dressings

Fresh Rolls & Butter

Assorted Fresh Fruit Tray

Vanilla Ice Cream with Chocolate Topping

Coffee, Tea, and Iced Tea

Cash Bar
ARCI
2018
 
Eddie Korosa and the Boys have been playing together since 1976 playing polkas, big band, rock and roll and country music, performing on television, radio and in movies as well as by invitation all over the world. The band has played numerous polka festivals in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Italy, Hawaii, the Carribbean and South America.

In the U.S., the band regularly appears at Polkafests in Las Vegas, Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, Minnesota, Illinois and Florida. The band performs regularly at weddings, anniversary parties, church sponsored fests, Moose Lodges, Elk Lodges, VFW Halls, American Legion Halls as well as festivals at Navy Pier in Chicago, The Arlington Million, the Museum of Science and Industry's "Christmas Around the World" exhibit and numerous Chicago Public Libraries during National Polish Heritage Month.

Even though polkas are Eddie's favorites music, the band plays your favorite standards, from big band waltzes and swing to rock and roll, country, and even line dances, from the '20's to the '70's. With the closing of the world famous Baby Doll Polka Club in 2004 (after 50 years), Eddie carries on the "family tradition" of musical entertainment locally and nationally.