Policies and Payments



Payment of the final bill must be paid for by the day prior to the event.


For Wedding Receptions: Broadway Ballroom Event Center requires a $500 deposit at the time of booking to reserve the room and date, 6 months prior to the wedding Broadway Ballroom Event Center requires a second $500 deposit to continue holding the date; these deposits are non-refundable upon cancellation but will move with the date in the event the date needs to change. Broadway Ballroom Event Center does not charge a room rental fee unless the guest count is less than 100 people, in which case a $500.00 charge will be incurred as room rental. A bar and bartender will be provided at no additional charge.


For All Other Events: A signed contract is required upon reserving event space. Room rental fees may be applied to any event.

For Weddings and All Events: There will be a $20/hour charge for service of a non-alcoholic bar.


Attendance Guarantees:        

For Broadway Ballroom to ensure that your event is the best it can be, we must receive a final guest count 7 business days prior to your event. You will be charged for the guaranteed amount of guests or the actual amount served, whichever is greater.  In the event your guest attendance does exceed your guaranteed count, Broadway Ballroom Event Center will accommodate all of these guests; however, we may have to substitute menu items. All prices are subject to change, but will be guaranteed 90 days prior to your event. Final menu selection should be submitted 1 month prior to event when applicable.


Food & Beverage Regulations:         

The Minnesota State Liquor Board regulates the sale and service of alcoholic beverages. All beverages, alcoholic or nonalcoholic, that are served on the premises of Broadway Ballroom must be purchased from the Broadway Ballroom Event Center or Fat Daddy’s Restaurant and Bar; Broadway Ballroom’s alcoholic beverage license requires us to request proper valid identification of all persons of questionable age. Broadway Ballroom Event Center reserves the right to refuse service to any person or persons underage, unable to show proper valid identification, and those who may appear to be obviously intoxicated. Upon health and safety regulation policies, all food and beverages served on the premises must be prepared and served by the Broadway Ballroom Event Center; the only exception to this policy are certified bakery made cakes and party favors.  Food prepared by Broadway Ballroom is not allowed to leave the event center.  All federal, state, and local laws must be strictly adhered to with regards to food and beverage purchase and consumption.


Decorating/Set Up Guidelines & Damages Policy:

The Broadway Ballroom Event Center does not permit affixing anything to the walls, ceilings, or floors with anything that may cause permanent damage, such as nails, staples, pins, and tape. 3M command strips are the permitted adhesive for decorating.  Confetti, silly string, and open standing candles are also not allowed.  Any damages occurring on or to the property as a result of event guests will be charged to the host responsible for the event contract and bill; you will be informed of any found damage within two business days of your event.  All decorating arrangements need to be made for 8am or later the day of the event.  There is no guarantee the Ballroom will be available the night before an event for decorating. All timing and set up arrangements will be discussed and cleared with the Event Coordinator prior to the day of the event.  All decorations brought in by guests must be torn down after the conclusion of the event. Broadway Ballroom Event Center is not responsible for any damages to or loss of articles left on the premises. 


Entertainment Guidelines:

All entertainment must end by 12:30 a.m. A valid name and phone number of all booked entertainment must be submitted prior to your event. In the best interest of all of our guests, all noise must be kept to an acceptable level and will be enforced. Broadway Ballroom Event Center does not have equipment available for outside entertainment to use; entertainers must provide all their own equipment. Entertainers are not allowed to use any pyrotechnics or smoke/fog.