Tulsa Mardi Gras Masquerade 2022
The 6th Annual Tulsa Mardi Gras Masquerade
Official after party of the Blue Dome Mardi Gras Parade.
LockHeart Productions and the Tulsa VFW are celebrating Mardi Gras in their customarily lavish and wildly entertaining style. Groove to the sound of live bands playing blues, jazz, and top 40s dance music. Devour authentic Cajun cuisine and buckle up to enjoy the ride; this event can spiral out of control!
Our immersive environment brings excitement anywhere you turn your gaze, and the masquerade is stuffed to the gills with burlesque, character actors, showgirls, sideshow performers, stilt walkers, jugglers, magicians, and more.
–| Date: February 27th 2022
–| Time: 7:00pm – 2:00am
–| Who: Ages 21+
–| GA Tickets: $15
–| GA Tickets w/ Cajun dinner: $50
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–| VIP Packages and champagne services are also available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
–| Dress code: Come dressed to impress and within our Mardi Gras theme- “From black ties to booty shorts, and satin to sequins.”
Included with general admission tickets
- Complimentary Mardi Gras mask
- Complimentary bead necklaces
- Coat check: $5 (Included with sponsor and VIP packages)
- Mardi Gras themed specialty cocktails
- Complimentary red carpet/step and repeat banner photos
- Party photographers
- Three large bars
- Top notch stage production and room environments
- Exciting visuals and lighting
About the event
The masquerade is designed to be a philanthropic event that raises money for local non-profits. It is typical of non-profit events to be organized by the non-profit organization itself, which means that each year most fundraising events benefit the same organization. Our masquerade is different! Since LockHeart is a separate organization from non-profits we are able to benefit a different non-profit each year. Our goal is to provide these non-profits with a fundraiser that they love without tapping into any resources that can be used for their normal programming. It’s supposed to be a ‘free event’ for the non-profit so far as time and effort are concerned.
As a long-term goal, LockHeart and the Tulsa Mardi Gras Masquerade hope to build Tulsa’s Mardi Gras celebration to the level of notoriety and popularity of other downtown Tulsa festivals and holidays.