sponsored by The Standard, benefitting The Aloe Family

Masquerade Gala of Music City 2024

Ages 18 and Up

About This Event

Indulge in an evening of refined entertainment at the Sixth Annual Masquerade Gala of Music City on February 23rd, 2024 for an evening of art, musical performances, craft cocktails, an auction, and impact that goes beyond just this one night to impact those in need in Music City.

Hosted by Ward Guenther from the Ward Guenther show, founder of Whiskey Jam and Presented by The Standard at Smith House, this sixth annual event will be a night to remember!

Live Performances: Immerse yourself in live performances by notable country stars and surprise celebrity guests including triple platinum artist Chingy with “Right Thurr” as well as artists Austin Giorgio from The Voice, Hailey Mae Campbell, Caleb Lee Hutchinson, King Calaway and Anna Vaus followed by live DJ sets by AJ Thomas and Cisco.

Delight yourself in a curated selection of local bites from Nashville restaurants like Chivanada, Tennessee Meat Co, and Marla Baked!

Indulge in Custom Cocktails from Hard Truth, Hecho, and other local spirits- or, our alcohol free beverage partner, Better than Booze.

With a 360 photo booth from Picture this, lights and immersive experiences by Ignite Excitement, and stunning production from Clouds Lighting, every corner of the building is full of surprises and interactive experiences.

This impactful night is sure to inspire you, and be a night you will never forget.

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PLEASE NOTE - Marathon Music Works is a cashless venue. Only debit or credit cards are accepted at our bars, box office and guest services window. Please plan accordingly.
PLEASE RIDESHARE - Parking is limited around the venue. We strongly recommend using rideshare apps like Uber or Lyft for transportation to and from the venue. There is a designated rideshare pick up / drop off location near the entrance for your convenience.

Artist Info

The Aloe Family
The mission of ALOE is to provide opportunities for empowerment, well being, self sufficiency and healing to resilient communities and individuals facing challenges of poverty or lack of family support.