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Sat 11/1
Día de Los Muertos
 Masquerade Ball

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Kick off Fashion Week with your cocktail threads and sugar skull heads at the Día de Los Muertos-themed masquerade ball. “We want to encourage people to go all out with their regalia,” local fashion producer Tony Harris says. “That’s an effort and a talent in itself.” And he means it; the event promises prizes valued at more than $5,000 for the top three best-dressed attendees. The evening includes the reading of Fashion Week’s official proclamation by Mayor Ivy Taylor, tunes by DJ Jarvis, and complimentary cocktails from Herradura Tequila. $20-$25, 8pm Sat, Nov 1, River Walk Plaza, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Circle,(210), 223-8624, tobincenter.org— Murphi Cook



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