Dayton History Fight Night is where the biggest names in Dayton duke it out center stage in a boxing match.
Dayton History Fight Night takes place at historic Memorial Hall. Established in 1910, Memorial Hall is the same venue where Joe Louis, Jack Dempsey, and other greats once fought.
After extensive training at Brown Institute of Martial Arts, boxers face off in front of upwards of 2,000 spectators—many dressed in their best Flapper Era attire—at this exciting 1920s-themed boxing exhibition.
Arrive early to hear Dave Greer's Classic Jazz Stompers kick things off with their tremendous blend of jazz, blues, and small band swing music. With influences ranging from Louis Armstrong to Jelly Roll Morton to Bing Crosby, the Classic Jazz Stompers channel music from the late 1920s and early 1930s.
After the fighting ends, Fight Night’s Speakeasy After Party kicks off in Memorial Hall’s lower level. Featuring live music and a full-service bar, party-goers mingle with fighters and dance the night away.
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