1. An outdoor/indoor spring/summertime after-party with more than 50 guests in which every light in the house is turned on and all the doors and windows are opened. Also included are copious amounts of booze and loud jazz music.
2. "In the late 1920s and the 1930s, at the end of many performances, all of the musicians, singers, and dancers would get together on stage and do one last routine: the shim sham. Tap dancers would perform technical variations, while singers and musicians would shuffle along as they were able."
I hear Ben is throwing a shim sham after the post-Derby party at his country estate. That crazy rich bastard. I hope he drinks himself ill.