BMIFC Conventions and Parties - Past (2001-2005)

Friday, July 29 - Sunday, July 31, 2005

above photo by Sue Dickerson

Friday, July 29th
  • M Store!
  • BMIFC Convention 2005 Registration
  • Manilow Video Room
  • Arts & Crafts Room
  • Manilow Masquerade Formal Dinner
  • Manilow: Music and Passion
  • Manilow: Music and Passion Mask-erade After-Party!
  • Barry Manilow - Las Vegas Hilton - July 29 (Night 1 of BMIFC 2005 Convention)

    above photo by Cheryl Pursell

    Saturday, July 30th
  • Manilow Scavenger Hunt
  • Lunch Buffet
  • Making of Manilow: Music and Passion Q&A (with Garry Kief)
  • Dinner Buffet
  • Manilow: Music and Passion (7:30 PM)
  • Manilow: Music and Passion (10:00 PM)
  • Hats Off to Manilow: Music and Passion Party!
  • Barry Manilow - Las Vegas Hilton - July 29 (Night 1 of BMIFC 2005 Convention)

    above photo by Cheryl Pursell

    Sunday, July 31st
  • Bye-Bye Brunch Buffet
  • Convention Slide Show
  • Special Video
  • Thanks for a great BMIFC Convention 2005 ... Until next time!

    Birmingham (England)
    Sunday, December 12

    Las Vegas ... June 4-5, 2004

    Friday, June 4
    • Barry Bash Vegas Registration
    • MadMan Mickey's General Store
    • Dinner Buffet
    • Questions and Answers with Garry and the Stilettoes & Stilettettes
    • Disco, Disco, Disco!!!
    Saturday, June 5
    • MadMan Mickey's General Store
    • Lunch Buffet
    • "We Made It Through The Rain"
    • Formal Sit-Down Dinner
    • One Night Live!
    • Dessert & Midnight with Manilow
    • Disco, Disco, Disco!!!

    Barry Manilow at Barry Bash Vegas (June 5, 2004)

    above two photos by Pat Dugdale

    October 23 (Thursday) - October 26 (Sunday)

    [ The Fans | Friends | Big Fun ]

    Thursday, October 23
    • BMIFC Convention 2003 Registration
    • MadMan Mickey's General Store
    • Arts & Crafts Room
    • Buffet Lunch
    • Barry Bingo
    • Barry Videos
    • Cocktail Party
    • Jungle Queen Riverboat Dinner Cruise
    • Bahia Mar Bash
    Friday, October 24
    • MadMan Mickey's General Store
    • Arts & Crafts Room
    • Buffet Lunch
    • Scavenger Hunt
    • Dinner Buffet
    • Private Concert with Diane Schuur!
    • Harmony Cotton Club
    Saturday, October 25
    • MadMan Mickey's General Store
    • Arts & Crafts Room
    • Buffet Lunch
    • Mansion and Marina Waterway City Tour
    • Formal Sit-Down Dinner
    • Barry Manilow Question & Answer Session*
    • PJ Party & Manilow Idol Lip Synch Contest
    Sunday, October 26
    • Bye-Bye Brunch
    • The Unedited Ultimate Manilow TV Special

    *Highlights (Q&A - October 25): Q&A included performances of I'd Really Love To See You Tonight / The One That Got Away / The Best Of Me / Where Does The Time Go

    [ Manilow TV Episode #121 (10/25/2003) aired January 2020 ]


    Birmingham (England)
    August 31 - September 2

    BMIFC Convention in Chicago!

    June 14 - June 17, 2001

    • Dining and drinking (Lunches, Cocktails, Dinners - Casual and Formal)

    • Games (Name That Tune, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, B-I-N-G-O)

    • Awards (Game Winners, Best Costumes... PJ's!)

    • "Dance Until Dawn" Discos (Thursday! Friday!! Saturday!!!)

    • Barry's new musical review "Could It Be Magic" (at the Mercury Theater)

    • Transportation to and from the theater ...and...

    Birthday Brunch with Barry on June 17th!

    [ "The Q&A" | Fun and Games | Sweet Heaven ]

    "Could It Be Magic ? - The Barry Manilow Songbook" premieres Sunday, June 17th at Chicago's Mercury Theater in Wrigleyville.

    The all-new musical revue featuring an ensemble cast of five and a six piece band is a tribute to the songwriters who have created 30 years of pop songs introduced to the public by Manilow.

    "From "Mandy", written by Scott English and Richard Kerr to "Copacabana" written with my two gifted collaborators Bruce Sussman and Jack Feldman to "I Write The Songs" written by Bruce Johnson, this catalog of songs gives me immense pride," Manilow said.

    "From 1975 to the present," Manilow added "I have had the privilege of introducing songs that make people laugh, cry and boogie; that make people...feel. I'm honored that those songs will live on in this exciting new production."

    Based on an idea by Emmy award winners Ken & Mitzie Welch, "Could It Be Magic ?" was written by the Welches and Manilow. The show is produced by Garry Kief and Rob Kief.

    The show is booked into the theater on an open-ended run. There are no plans to tour other cities.


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