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The last date listed for Masquerade Ball was Saturday October 12, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Big Harry Potter fan, heard of Whimsic Alley but never been, love masquerade balls (much better and classier than regular costume parties), so this was a great opportunity to attend this event. Crowd was super nice, food was tasty and the open bar idea was great and also got to keep these cute souvenir goblets. I arrived after 9, so I came in during the opera singer, he sang Nessun Dorma and another opera favorite though I forgot the name. Then they had dancing and socializing. It wasn't crowded though they claim it would sell out. Then later on they has a medieval sword fighting presentation, which was entertaining, more dancing, a costume contest and a raffle. It was set to end at midnight but I left a little before. The crowd was a bit young for me and I felt that they knew each other as employees, or part of a group that hangs out there a lot, Not that this was bad. I would attend again but with a friend, I was the guinea pig. Music wasn't blasting, but okay, I do like mixed top forty, thank goodness no hardcore rap or house. The evening definitely had a flow with the mini events which kept you from getting bored which I liked. I think advertising in Goldstar was a way to make people more aware of this place and hopefully get a more diverse range of people next time. Downside was the parking, there is none! I lucked our and got one on the street right next door, but when I called I was informed that I could park at the El Rey across the street.