Win free tickets to the Edwardian Ball
And the winner was the invisible man and woman but we do need someone to take these tickets off our hands so if your calendar isn’t filled up, take the time to send us an email before 5 a.m. Saturday morning and we’ll have a drawing and announce the winner before noon on Saturday. Is your life dreary? Black and bleak and weary. You know what is the cure? A night out of the ordinary.
The Edwardian Ball began as an ordinary day, perhaps too ordinary. By chance, a couple happened to wander among the musty shelves of a second-hand bookstore in Seattle. Their eyes happened upon a lime green tome. Some say they were guided by unknown forces for these were no ordinary Katz. They happened to be members of a pagan lounge, a coven.
On a dark deserted night someone suggested a night celebrating the illustrator of that peculiar book with bats and potions. And thus the tradition was born in San Francisco 11 years ago.
In time, the coven invited another group, Vau de Vire to join them as co-hosts in this mad night of costumes and historical hysteria in San Francisco. Now they’ve brought the madness to Los Angeles for a second time.
You can join these couples and many more at the Music Box. Send us an email and we’ll put you in a drawing for the tickets. Otherwise, the tickets will be returned to the box office.
Posted on March 4, 2011, in Special Events and tagged Armen Ra, Ballroom dance party, Cirque Berzerk, City Circus, Costume ball, Costume Party, Dark Garden Corsetry, Edward Gorey, Edwardian Ball, Eric McFadden Trio, Fou Fou Ha, FouFou Ha, Free tickets, Goth party, Historical ball, Jill Tracy, Kinetic Steam Works, Kinetick Steam works, Los Angeles Edwardian Ball, Los Angeles event, Miz Margo, Music Box, Rosin Coven, steampunk, Vau de Vire, Vau de vire society. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.