2016 Lunar Ball


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The 8th Annual Lunar Ball, Chicago’s largest fundraiser for Asian American young professionals and friends, will be held on Saturday, March 12, 2016. Join 600+ of Chicago’s most accomplished and involved professionals from over 30 community organizations at the Chicago History Museum for an evening of fun, food, and dancing! The event will include tastings from some of Chicago’s top restaurants, adult beverages all night, performances, multiple DJs, raffle, silent auction, refreshments, as well as unlimited access to the museum’s iconic Crossroad Exhibit which features Chicago’s very first “L” car from 1893.

There’s no better time than the Year of the Monkey to meet new friends and professional contacts. The event sells out every year so make sure to secure your spot today.

Giving Back to Chicago

All proceeds from Lunar Ball benefit local Chicago charities, with an emphasis on the Asian American community. Grants to our community beneficiaries help provide services to youth, elderly, and underprivileged populations, encourage leadership development, promote cultural awareness, and support other important charitable causes.

To learn more, visit www.lunarball.org and “Like” the Lunar Ball Page on Facebook for updates!

We hope you can join us on March 12th!

Dress Code and Theme

Dress code for the event is semi-formal, black tie optional, qi pao and tang zhuang welcome. The theme for this year is 1920’s Masquerade Party, with the colors Gold, Black and White as the theme colors. Masquerade masks welcomed. However, feathers and fur are NOT allowed in the venue.

Contact Us

Please direct all questions or comments to info@lunarball.org

Please note that tickets to Lunar Ball are transferable but not refundable.

To learn more about Lunar Ball, visit our website at http://lunarball.org/

Ticket Purchase link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lunar-ball-2016-tickets-20146780563


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