High Country Conservation Advocates presents the
41st Annual Red Lady Salvation Ball
featuring Pimps of Joytime
plus the Red Lady Ramblers
February 17, 2018 | The Eldo | 7:30 p.m.
It’s time to Save the Date and get ready to break out your best red dress, duds and dancing shoes to join High Country Conservation Advocates (HCCA) for the 41st Annual Red Lady Salvation Ball.
On Saturday, February 17, 2018, at the Eldo, Pimps of Joytime will bring the funk as we dance and come together for HCCA’s largest fundraiser of the year. When it comes to throwing a party, Pimps of Joytime raise the bar with swagger to spare. Rhythms and textures drawn from New Orleans funk, 90s club house, 60s salsa and hip-hop all collide and fracture upon one another in their music. And the Pimps’ live experience only takes it higher. They are ready to turn up the heat as they join us in our continuing efforts to SAVE RED LADY!
For 41 years, the Red Lady Ball has brought together our community to not only celebrate another year of keeping Mount Emmons mine-free, but also to raise funds to sustain HCCA’s Red Lady defense fund until the threat of mining on Red Lady is gone forever.
This year’s Ball will commence at 7:30 p.m., with a happy hour featuring live music by the renowned Red Lady Ramblers, as well as complementary appetizers, cocktail specials, and a silent auction. After 9:00 p.m., the Pimps of Joytime take center stage. And don’t forget the Red Lady coronation and the legendary raffle, which will take place around 10:30 p.m.
Tickets are $45 and include a 1-year HCCA membership and delicious appetizers. This event sells out…get your tickets today at the link on the right!
Tickets are additionally available at:
The Eldo (215 Elk Avenue): cash only
The HCCA office at the Depot (716 Elk Avenue): cash, credit card, or check
Presenting the 41st Annual Red Lady Salvation Ball Poster!
Designed by the Red Lady herself…Lydia Stern!