The Burlesque Ball

Join us for a magical evening of dining, dancing and tasteful debauchery at North Jersey Pride's winter ball at the beautiful Grand Summit Hotel. Enjoy an open bar, sumptuous buffet, live shows, dancing exciting silent auction. 

Tickets are 80% tax-deductible and proceeds will benefit both the North Jersey Pride Festival and RAD Kids, NJP's social support network for families of transgender and gender-fluid youth, which connects parents and youth with other “RAD Families” as they navigate growing into their authentic selves. For more on the ball and RAD Kids, check out the friendly FAQ.

Coming with a group or have a business to promote? Become a sponsor at one of six levels, all of which include recognition of your generous support at the event, plus ad space and other perks. You can purchase a sponsorship package on our ticketing site right now or check out this PDF for more info.

Contact Information
  1. Tara Benigno
  2. event@northjerseypride.org
Sun, January 14
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 01/14/2018 12:00pm 01/14/2018 1:00pm America/New_York The Burlesque Ball

Join us for a magical evening of dining, dancing and tasteful debauchery at North Jersey Pride's winter ball at the beautiful Grand Summit Hotel. Enjoy an open bar, sumptuous buffet, live shows, dancing exciting silent auction.

Tickets are 80% tax-deductible and proceeds will benefit both the North Jersey Pride Festival and RAD Kids, NJP's social support network for families of ...

570 Springfield Ave. Summit, NJ 07901

Grand Summit Hotel

570 Springfield Ave.
Summit, NJ 07901

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