Sakura-Con Masquerade Ball 2013:
Wide Awake in Dreamland
Come for a night of excitement and thrills as this year's Sakura-Con Masquerade Ball 2013. An instructional ballroom dance-panel will be held before the dance so that you can be sure to start the night off on the right foot. No dance partner is required! Just a willingness to meet new people and to have fun!
Sakura-Con Masquerade Ball Dress CodeRemember, the Masquerade Ball is Sakura-Con's premier formal event. Be sure to dress to impress! Adherence to the following dress code is mandatory.
Attire: (Note that any cross-dressing still must adhere to the dress code)
- Nice slacks
- Button down shirt
- Skirt or cocktail-style dress no shorter than "finger-tip" length or nice slacks
- Blouse or Button-down shirt if not wearing a dress
- Formal, nice leather-based shoes required (i.e. Vans, Doc Martens styled shoes)
- NOTE: If your character canonically wears non-formal shoes with a formal outfit and you can provide official visual evidence at point of entry, you are allowed in.
- NOTE: If you have a clinically significant medical condition (i.e. Diabetes Mellitus, Peripheral Neuropathy, Osteo/Rheumatoid Arthritis, etc.) that impedes you from wearing certain foot wear, a staff member will assess and make exceptions on a case-by-case basis.
Cosplay is accepted, but the dress code will still apply to all cosplay for entry. This also pertains to crossplay.
Masks are required to enter the Masquerade Ball. If you do not have a mask, please come to the Mask Making Panel earlier in the day.
Permitted Masks: Face-painted masks, full-face, traditional, Venetian (stick-mounted).
Not Permitted "Masks": Helmets, ski-masks, sport-styled masks, sunglasses.
***ABSOLUTELY NO: JEANS, T-SHIRTS, INTENTIONALLY RIPPED CLOTHING, OBSCENE MARKINGS OR IMAGES***
Remember that staff can make any final determination on attire at any time during the ball, no exceptions.
If you have any questions concerning the dress code, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sakura-Con Masquerade Ball Rules
The Masquerade Ball is a family friendly event and all Sakura-Con policies and guidelines are still in effect. Please use common sense while in attendance at the Masquerade Ball. The ball is a social dance where close interaction routine, but any disruptive or inappropriate behavior will result in expulsion from the ball for the rest of the evening.
If you are finding you are having a problem with someone while in attendance, please locate a staff member and speak with them immediately.
As a formal event adherence to the dress code for Sakura-Con's Masquerade Ball is mandatory.
Evaluation of behavior by Sakura-Con Attendee Services is on a case by case basis and if found to have broken any Sakura-Con policy and/or guideline may result in further action.
128 days, 7 hours, 55 minutes, 29 seconds until the Party Starts!
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