Pilobolus Ball

Click here to reserve your tickets to
the 2017 Pilobolus Ball at Troutbeck.

Platinum Table ($10,000/ea): 6pm arrival for cocktails, performance, and site-specific adventure throughout Troutbeck’s grounds; VIP reserved dining arrangement for 10 guests with Pilobolus dancers.

Gold Ticket ($2,500/ea): All of the above benefits for 1 guest, plus, while extremely limited
quantity lasts, a complimentary overnight room at Troutbeck.

Platinum Ticket ($1,000/ea): 6pm arrival for cocktails, performance, and site-specific adventure throughout Troutbeck’s grounds; reserved dining seating for 1 guest; plus, while extremely limited quantity lasts, a 15% discount on Troutbeck rooms.

Silver Ticket ($600/ea): 6pm arrival, open dinner seating for 1 guest.

Bronze Ticket ($300/ea): 7:30pm arrival, open dinner seating for 1 guest.

Early Bird Ticket ($200/ea): 7:30pm arrival, open dinner seating for 1 guest. Expires June 15. Extended until June 20!

Young Patron Ticket ($125/ea): 7:30pm arrival, open dinner seating for 1 guest. Under 35yo.

 

*All levels of support of $125 and above will be listed in the program if confirmed by July 1.

 

DANCE, DINE, DRINK, AND DISCOVER
AN ALL-NEW EXPERIENCE WITH PILOBOLUS

Get a first look at the historic and reinvigorated Troutbeck in Amenia

Featuring dancing with Pilobolus dancers, locally sourced foods, and interactive, site-specific performances throughout Troutbeck’s lush grounds

All proceeds will be invested in Pilobolus’s efforts to inspire audiences and students with collaborative creativity and beautiful movement2017 Pilobolus Ball Map

Saturday, July 22, 2017

TROUTBECK
515 Leedsville Rd, Amenia, NY
Minutes from the the Wassaic Metro North station
Two hours from Grand Central Terminal
www.troutbeck.com

To reserve your tickets to the Pilobolus Ball, or to make a fully tax-deductible donation, please click here.

Questions: contact Marie Webb at rsvp@pilobolus.org / 330.697.0775

 


 

Photos from past events are also available on our Facebook page here.

Photo by Robert Whitman