Blue and purple graphic with disco ball promotes a fundraising event: Arne Nixon Center Advocates present Studio 54 Meets Fulton 55 Past Meets Present A Community Mural Project Disco Fundraiser

Put on your bell bottoms, grab those platform shoes and join the Arne Nixon Center Advocates for a night of dancing and entertainment in one of Fresno’s hottest venues! Proceeds from this fundraiser event will benefit the Nixon Center’s upcoming Community Mural Project.

Studio 54 Meets Fulton 55: Past Meets Present
  • Saturday, February 23, 2019 at Fulton 55, 875 Divisadero Street, Fresno, CA
  • General admission doors open at 9:00 p.m. (VIPs at 7:00 p.m.)
  • Purchase tickets at, Bebe O’s Vintage Boutique or Tower District Records

You won’t want to miss this boogie wonderland! Come in your favorite disco attire and rub shoulders with superstars of the discotheque – you might even meet a celebrity or two!

Tickets for this 21+ event are $20 for general admission (9:00 p.m.) or $50 for VIP (7:00 p.m. early entrance). VIP tickets include a champagne toast limo ride down Fulton Street with photo op, disco dance lessons, access to second floor VIP lounge and your image projected throughout the night in iconic Warhol-stlye.

Cover artwork for Maybe Something Beautiful, How Art Transformed a Neighborhood by Rafael López

Money raised at the event will support the Community Mural Project slated for May 2019. The community will come together this Spring in collaboration with award-winning children’s illustrator and muralist Rafael López to create an original mural in a Southeast Fresno neighborhood.

Photo of blank wall on side of business

Special thanks to the Arne Nixon Center partners and sponsors who are supporting this unique fundraiser experience: Fulton 55, Bebe O’s Vintage Boutique, DJ Mr. Leonard, Historic Crest Theatre Fresno, Tower District Records, Limo For You, Sal Quintero (Fresno County Board of Supervisors District 3), Peter Netzley & Amy Novak (professional ballroom dance instructors), IDC Imperial Dove Court De Fresno/Madera (guest appearance Maximus Orgazmo), Eric Gomez (hairdresser), Francisco Rodriguez (fashion designer), Cultural Arts Rotary Club, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Reforma de Valle Central, Friends of the Arne Nixon Center and the Henry Madden Library.

For more information, contact the Arne Nixon Center at (559) 278-8116 or email Jami Helwig at