February 9, 2018
Doors open at 7 pm
The Mayor’s Ball is one of the year’s most anticipated social events. Hosted by the Mardi Gras Foundation in the Rotunda of St. Louis City Hall, this black-tie gala features food, cocktails, dancing, and spectacular entertainment. Mayor’s Ball proceeds are deployed by the Mardi Gras Foundation to create community grants that have improved Soulard and Downtown since 2003. ALIVE and the Riverfront Times call the Mayor’s Ball “the social event of the season."
As such a prestigious event, tables and tickets go fast, so reserve yours today! Purchase tickets above or call Olivia at 314-771-5110.
Every year we have live music, performance art and more. Stay tuned for the announcement of this year's slate of performers.
$150 per person (early bird discounts available for limited time) Enjoy valet parking, open bar, dinner, dessert, and dancing.
For our early bird special, passes start at $100 for the first 30 purchased. Then they will raise to $115. After that, they will raise to their normal $150 price.
$500 per person Enjoy all of the above, plus a ride on one of the lead Mardi Gras floats. Counts and Countesses can also enjoy VIP status at the Bud Light Grand Parade on February 25. This includes one VIP parking pass with shuttle service, one ticket to the VIP tent featuring an all-you-can-eat Cajun buffet, open bar of Bud Light and hurricanes, a front row seat for the parade, and dedicated portable facilities.
Kings Round Table
$2750 per table Enjoy valet parking, open bar, dinner, dessert, dancing, and a reserved table for 10 on the third floor.
Imperial Court Level
$3250 per table Enjoy valet parking, open bar, dinner, dessert, dancing, and a reserved table for 10 on the second floor.
Founded in 2002, the Mardi Gras Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 that supports the efforts of Mardi Gras, Inc. (a not-for-profit 501(c)4) which produces Soulard Mardi Gras, by funding public safety and clean up efforts related to larger MGI events. The Foundation also raises funds through the Mayor's Ball to provide Community Improvement Grants to the Soulard Neighborhood, which has hosted Soulard Mardi Gras since 1980, and to Downtown St. Louis.