The 64th Junior Symphony Ball scheduled this Saturday (aka January 29) at Gilley’s is nearly sold out.
The general admission tickets are a done deal and only a few steering committee tickets are still available. See, it pays to be on the steering committee.
And if you were hoping to buy a ticket at the door, scrap that idea. No tickets will be sold that night.
The evening for current area high school sophomores, juniors and seniors will include “an evening with DJ, live entertainment, dancing, raffles and refreshments.”
Speaking of drinks, no alcohol will be permitted and “intoxication will be grounds for removal.”
This year’s event is being co-chaired by James Click of The Episcopal School of Dallas, Ava Haberer of Highland Park High School, Cade Jordan of Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas, Nichols Koch of St. Mark’s School of Texas, Peyton Plumlee of Parish Episcopal School, Anne Rubi of The Hockaday School and Caroline Syler of Ursuline Academy.
Held by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League, the Junior Symphony Ball is the DSOL’s second largest fundraiser and the longest running.
* Graphic courtesy of Junior Symphony Ball