5th Annual Harlem Haberdashery 2018 Masquerade Ball

Guests will dine, dance and drink, as well as, make memories at several interactive photo booth experiences Presented By Dash Events.

The fashion family behind 5001 FLAVORS and Harlem Haberdashery will roll out the purple carpet to welcome New York City tri-state area diverse, multi-generational creatives, fashionistas and philanthropists to converge at The Riverside Church for the Harlem Haberdashery 2018 Masquerade Ball benefiting #TakeCareofHarlem

The fifth annual Masquerade Ball presented by Crown Royal, a blended Canadian whisky owned by Diageo and co-presented by New York Post, Page Six TV and Radio 103.9fm will benefit #TakeCareofHarlem, a non-profit organization provides year-round philanthropic programs tackling hunger (#Feed500,) arts education and access (#ArtLivesinHarlem) and youth driven programs (#CoolforSchool). The festivities will be hosted by Radio 103.9 fm and WPLJ 95.5 on-air radio personality Roxie Digital with live performances by DJ Olivia Dope and Rakiem Walker Project.

Guests will enjoy live music and DJ, curated cocktail and food stations, interactive photo booth and so much more!

Saturday, March 3, 2018, 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM EST

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Riverside Church South Hall, 490 Riverside Drive 120th Street W. 120 Street, New York, NY 10027

Photo credit: Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art’s (MoCADA) 1st inaugural Masquerade Ball Held at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) Leperca Space. By Udo Salters.

Also:  Harlem Haberdashery Honors Ronald A. Draper At Harlem Hospital

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