Charity Ball

Friday Feb 17th 7:00pm - 11:30pm

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Not sure what to do after opening ceremonies? Want to show off those ballroom dancing lessons you got as a gift over the holidays?  

Have you ever wanted to go to prom and dance with a Tuxedo Mask? (Who hasn’t?) Then have we got the event for you! Suit up and dance the night away for a good cause at our annual masked charity ball!

Get your picture taken on the grand staircase and then grab a drink at the cash bar before enjoying some music!

 

Tickets are sold on the 4th floor of the Hilton near the skywalk entrance (past the escalators to the left if you’re getting off the skywalk).

 

The charity chosen this year is the Milwaukee LGBT Community Center.

The Milwaukee LGBT Community Center is at the heart of the community delivering educational and community-building services that meet the needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT+) people living in the Greater Milwaukee Area. Our welcoming environment provides health and wellness programs; arts, entertainment and cultural events; recovery, financial and family support services. They are more than just a physical space. They’re a place of acceptance, support and joy; a real place to just be yourself.

General rules for attending the ECPS Charity Ball: 1. This event is open to the public. An Anime Milwaukee badge is not required. 2. Formal attire and a mask is required*. Masks are available for purchase at the door. 3. No outside food or drink is allowed unless medically necessary. 4. Large bags/purses are not allowed. Small purses/handbags/clutches are acceptable. 5.Coats will not be allowed into the event. Please check your coats at the Anime Milwaukee coat check. 6. No smoking or vaping. 7. We are not responsible for any lost or stolen items. 8. Please be respectful of the venue, our equipment, our staff and fellow attendees to avoid damages/injuries. Failure to abide by these guidelines will result in removal from the event or a denial of entry.

*The dress code is formal. Acceptable other formalwear includes traditional costumes (i.e. kimonos, kilts, Saris, Kebaya) and formal military attire. If you plan on cosplaying during this event, your costume must still be formal appropriate. Please use your best judgment on whether your costume is considered formal. Costume paint and street shoes will not be allowed.

Be advised that will not be admitted into this event without formal attire and a mask.  Appropriate attire is per staff discretion.