Desert Botanical Garden Presents: Moonlight Masquerade, a new event celebrating David Rogers' Big Bugs
August 10, 2011
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
|The Desert Botanical Garden goes incognito with it’s first ever masquerade ball, Moonlight Masquerade, celebrating David Roger’s Big Bugs exhibit. Dave Rogers’ Big Bugs exhibit features 10 over-sized insect sculptures including ants, a praying mantis, dragon fly, spider and web, grasshopper, lady bug, damsel fly and assassin bug.
Guests are encouraged to dress the part and wear bug or butterfly themed masks while they explore the Garden and the Big Bugs under starry skies. Along the trails will be “Do You Dare” stations where unique confections and curiosities will be available. Fabulous Foods Fine Catering and Events will be providing gourmet cuisine as well. A welcome cocktail is included with the ticket and full cash bars are also available.
Entertainment includes the World Beats of DJ Seduce, music by Big Nick and the Gila Monsters, Beta State and Super Stereo, as well as burlesque performances by Scandalesque.
All proceeds from ticket sales directly benefit the Desert Botanical Garden.
Friday, September 30, 2011
Desert Botanical Garden (in Papago Park)
|TICKETS:||Members: $55 / General Public: $60
Big Bugs Brunch is designed for children 12 years and under. Tickets are for one day only, Saturday OR Sunday / November 5 OR November 6. Open seating. Tickets are limited. Advance ticket purchase required. No refunds or exchanges on tickets purchased.
TO PURCHASE TICKETS
Moonlight Masquerade is a 21 or older event; proper identification will be required to be admitted. No exceptions. Children will not be admitted, even if parent or guardian is present.