Arts & Entertainment
Saints & Sinners Masquerade Ball to benefit the Park City Institute
PARK CITY, Utah— The 10th annual (minus the two-year hiatus due to COVID) is back. Last year was epic when Kenny Loggins joined the local band The Salamanders on stage at the Saints & Sinners Masquerade Ball.
Indulge in a night of delicious cuisine, sensational dancing, and good old mischief at St. Regis Deer Valley on March 18 from 6 –11:30 p.m. A small live auction will also take place with proceeds from the event to help support Park City Institute’s Student Engagement efforts.
“With many of the artists that we bring into town for our main stage series, we have student engagement opportunities, anywhere from a master class to a guest speaker,” said Jenny Knaak, Assoc. Exec. Director of the Park City Institute. “This money supports what we do. Park City Institute has been bringing world-class performing arts to the community for 25 years.”
Gowns and glam are the appropriate attire for this black-tie event and don’t forget your Venetian-style mask, as it is a masquerade ball. A cocktail hour kicks off the evening followed by a champagne sabering on the patio.
On the evening of the event, there is also a virtual auction online where supporters can bid on a Sundance Film Package of 20 tickets to the Eccles Center or a stay at Hotel Park City.
Chef Matthew Harris of St. Regis will be preparing a dinner of filet mignon, caramelized sea scallops, Caprese salad, and a dessert buffet. Adult beverages are included.
Tickets are $300 a person and the event is limited to 150 people.
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