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San Antonio AIDS Foundation's WEBB Party presents ¡Ultima Fiesta!

SPONSORED -- Be a part of history, as the theme of this year’s WEBB Party is ¡Ultima Fiesta! in celebration of the WEBB Party’s last year as an official Fiesta event. ​What has now become San Antonio’s alternative Fiesta® Event, the WEBB Party boasts the largest attendance for fundraisers that benefit the San Antonio AIDS Foundation (SAAF). With a cuisine tasting featuring the finest fare from local restaurateurs, caterers and celebrated chefs, a variety of bars, music provided by guest DJs, live high-powered entertainment and a stellar crowd, WEBB VIPs and corporate sponsors are critical to the event’s fun and success. They underwrite the planning costs so that 100% of event-night proceeds go directly into SAAF’s client services. The WEBB Party 2015 will be held on Friday, April 17, 2015 and is expected to garner upwards of 1500 attendees.​

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