Below are a few frequently asked questions. Click on a question to view the answer.

What is Club Blue?

Club Blue was started in 2011 by a group of women who were concerned about the alarmingly high rate of child abuse in Rockford Illinois. They decided to collaborate, and raise funds by having a party. In 2014, Club Blue broadened their mission and developed a grant program established to raise funds to supply the basic goods and services that promote, the safety, health and well being of children in need in our community. Year after year, Club Blue never disappoints by taking a completely unexpected space and transforming it in to a chic nightclub for one night only. It is truly a unique and thrilling event!

How do I buy tickets to Club Blue?

Club Blue is a private event. Once on the mailing list you will receive an invitation via email to purchase Club Blue tickets at the early bird rate. There will also be a link on our website www.clubbluerockford.org.


Why aren’t more tickets available?

Club Blue is the result of a massive collaboration between a sizable network of community businesses and individuals. Each year we strive to accommodate as many guests as possible, without overtaxing our generous contributors however, we are restricted by the unique spaces we use as well as the needs of our partners.

Can I buy VIP tickets?

No, unfortunately, VIP tickets are only available for cash sponsorships. Please refer to the Sponsorship tab on our website for more information regarding the benefits of becoming a sponsor. If you are interested in sponsoring Club Blue 2017, please email us at sponsorship@clubblurockford.org

Where is Club Blue located this year?

It’s a secret! We will announce the location closer to the event date.

What is the attire for Club Blue?

There is no true dress code for Club Blue. Anything you would wear to a chic nightclub is appropriate, but please be forewarned: Our party is “popped up” in unique and often industrial spaces. So come prepared for potentially uneven floors, temperature variances and always wear your dancing shoes!