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Royal Mardi Gra Masquerade Gala

The 3rd Annual Royal Masquerade Gala! Come celebrate Mardi Gras and the River Walk Royalty Coronation on February 21, at The DoSeum. Formal attire, masks and beads will set the tone for dancing, casino games & prizes, silent auction and dining on a sumptuous Cajun-style buffet. Admission includes open seating, food and dessert stations, drink tickets, $1,000 or more of casino chips, a souvenir photo, Coronation Ceremony, and Mardi Gras beads - plus "playing" at The DoSeum. The Gala is a fundraiser for "Friends of the River Walk." Get tickets early. Gala sold-out the last two years.

Venue Details

  • The DoSeum

    2800 Broadway St., San Antonio Brackenridge Park

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