check back soon for Deets on our next event.
check back soon for Deets on our next event.
Yes - the Grand Young Party is 18+.
All attendees must have valid, government-issued photo ID. (Sorry, your Blockbuster card or a CVS receipt isn't ID.)
There is no maximum age, but attendees over 80 years old get in for free. Seriously. If you're over 80, email us and we'll hook you up with a free ticket.
Yes - there is a full bar for those 21+. Grey Goose. Jack. Burr. Clawz. We have it all.
Those under 21 will absolutely not be permitted to drink alcohol. Seriously, don't even try it. The alcohol policy is strictly enforced with wristbands, and if attendees under 21 attempt to consume alcohol at the party, they will be removed. Sorry, but it's DA LAW. We'll have plenty of non-alcoholic options, including tasty zero-proof (alcohol-free) champagne and Red Bull.
The Grand Young Party is a grassroots initiative started by a few friends -- all young patriots just love a good time. We don't have a parent org, and we like it that way. We're independent, and that means we do what we want, woohoo!
Click the "Get Tix" tab on the top of this site. Yeah. That one.
Probably not. This will be a p-a-r-t-y. There will be music. There will be champagne (for those 21+). There will be dancing. There will be lots and lots of people. If any of these things sound bad to you, you probably won't like our party. Might we recommend you instead visit one of Tampa's world class all-night diners or play board games at home?
We have plenty of opportunities to sponsor and become a party of the biggest conservative youth party in American history. Contact us for deets. Info@GrandYoungParty.com or 202-850-0067.
Fo sho - just make sure they have tickets too. We'll probably sell-out in advance, so get your tickets as soon as possible. We probably won't be selling tickets at the door.
The Grand Young Party is independent and open to all patriots.
No. We are 100% independent. Look at us, over here, doing our own thang.
However, we do have partners and sponsors. These are listed under the "Partners" and "Sponsors" tabs above (who'd-a-thunk?).
Nope - but look your most 'Murican.
If you're thinking about wearing shorts, remember: sky's out, thighs out.
No. We'll be too busy partying to eat during the party. We'd suggest having something hearty before you arrive, like a burger or a steak. And we'd probably recommend some late night 'zza after the party too.
Oh yes you can! We have a few epic table options. These are hands-down our best and most luxurious offerings. (If you get the "Washington package" we'll pick you up and give you a ride home in our epic Jeep-tank thing.) If you have questions about a table package, text us at 202-850-0067.
No. But if you feel like you're turning into a monkey, you should probably stay home. Just kidding. You should totallyyy come to the party. Seriously, a half-monkey half-human werewolf thing sounds super cool and we need to see it for ourselves.
No. As much as we LOVE the second amendment, our venue is a sterile, weapons-free zone. This is for the safety of all our attendees, and special guests. Security for our party will be provided by ample private security personnel and local law enforcement.
All attendees will be searched, and weapons of any kind will not be permitted. So please leave your nun-chucks and ninja death stars and light-sabers at home.
If you have ever been to a bar in your life, like ever, then you know the answer to this question. We'll have a full bar inside for those 21+, so no need to dip into your supply and bring anything from home.
The supremacy of the law in our Republic persists, even whilst drinking claws.
Oof. Tough one.
Baja allllll day.
Thomas Jefferson wrote the DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE in a bar. While drinking a tall-ass beer. We're not even joking.
And we quote:
“Thomas Jefferson sat at the Indian Queen Tavern in Philadelphia facing a blank sheet of parchment. Taking a long drink of his freshly poured ale, he touched his pen to paper and scratched, ‘When in the course of human events . . . . ‘ “
But wait, there's more. The flag that inspired Francis Scott Key to write “The Star-Spangled Banner” in 1814 was sewn by Mary Young Pickersgill on the floor of a Baltimore brewery. Yeah, a brewery!
And Benjamin Franklin won critical French support for our revolution (kind of a big deal at the time, you know) by staying out late and drankin' in Paris.
We're sorry to hear you think you know better than President Jefferson and wise Mr. Franklin.
But uh, yeah, we gonna do what we wanna do.
We sure hope so.
President Trump, if you are reading this, please join us. We know you don't drink alcohol, and we have plenty of alcohol-free, "zero-proof" champagne (and Diet Coke) with which to toast your amazing recent (and hopefully, future) presidency.