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The Palladio Villa near Venice, Italy was designed by Andrea Palladio, and was used as inspiration for the Palladium in Carmel. (Submitted photo)

The Palladio Villa near Venice, Italy was designed by Andrea Palladio, and was used as inspiration for the Palladium in Carmel. (Submitted photo)

The following question was sent to editor Sophie Pappas. If you have a question for the editor please email it to sophie@youarecurrent.com.

Q: Dear editor, my first trip to the Palladium will be in November to see Tony Bennett.  A tie is never my first choice, but sometimes a necessity.  Can you please educate me on the proper dress code for this event?

A: Dear reader, your question poses an interesting dilemma in today’s contemporary culture. While many of us have no problem wearing jeans and a casual shirt to restaurants, or even church, if you visit The Palladium, you should put a little bit more effort in. The Palladium’s design is based off of Renaissance-era architect Andrea Palladio’s famed villa near Venice. A trip to Carmel’s Palladium will, no doubt, take you back to images of old-world Italy. (Not to mention the interior of the building, which is breathtaking in and of itself.) The Palladium does not have a dress code policy posted for its shows, however the very design of the Palladium warrants the wearing of your Sunday best, or in this case, a simple tie and dress slacks. Have fun!


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