Travel back in time to the streets of London during this year’s Ronald McDonald House Charities annual ball and fundraiser. Tickets are now on sale for “The Masquerade: Streets of London”, one of the most imaginative events in the Capital Region. Don’t wait to buy your tickets or you’ll miss out on a smashing good time and the chance to help a great cause!
A Jolly Good Show
Get decked out in classy and creative period dress and – of course – your mask, to travel the streets of turn-of-the-century London right here in the Capital Region. The 3rd Annual Masquerade Ball will be held in Schenectady. Where in Schenectady? That’s part of the mystery! Clues will be revealed as the event date approaches, allowing guests to unravel the secret. All the fun, enigmatic anonymity, and wild surprises will take place on Friday, October 27 from 7 to 11 pm. Proceeds from the event benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
You’ll be shouting “cor, blimey!” and “crickey!” when you arrive at The Masquerade and take in the elaborate décor and wild entertainment that the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region, Inc. has in store for the attendees. With music and visuals by Kip Chapman and Roy Buckley, mouth-watering food by Mazzone Hospitality, and beverages from DeCrescente Distributing, you’ll love every minute of your masked adventure back in time and across the pond.
Tickets are available at capitalmasquerade.com for $100 (early bird ticket – regular, limited to the first 200 non-sponsor tickets sold), $125 (general admission), $175 (VIP ticket, exclusive lounge with private bar, food, and surprises), or make an even bigger difference by buying a ticket and donating! Guests must be age 21 or older to attend.
More About the Ronald McDonald House Charities
Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that works to improve the health and wellbeing of seriously ill children and their families. This goal is achieved through the Ronald McDonald House – a free alternative to hotel rooms near the Children’s Hospital at Albany Medical Center – as well as various support programs.
The annual Masquerade Balls have netted nearly $100,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities since 2015. In the past two years attendees have been thrilled by circus performers and tumbled down the rabbit hole to Wonderland, and now is your chance to be swept away on a magical trip to London’s past. You’ll have such an enjoyable night that you won’t want to say “cheerio” when the time comes to leave. Ensure that you have an amazing experience and benefit a worthy cause at the same time by purchasing your tickets now!