Sixth Annual Masquerade Gala of Music City Set for February 23, 2024

Indulge in an evening of refined entertainment and revelry at the Sixth Annual Masquerade Gala of Music City at Marathon Music Works on February 23, 2024. Art, music performances, craft cocktails, auction, and more will benefit The Aloe Family, a 501(c)3 nonprofit equipping future leaders in Nashville and beyond to change cycles of poverty.

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.

Guests will be immersed in live performances by notable artists and surprise celebrity guests including triple platinum rapper Chingy, “The Voice” and TikTok sensation Austin Giorgio, Haley Mae Campbell, “American Idol” runner-up Caleb Lee Hutchinson, and Anna Vaus followed by live DJ sets by AJ Thomas and Cisco.

A curated selection of local bites will be available from Nashville restaurants like Chivanada, and Tennessee Meat Co. Custom cocktails will be served by Hard Truth, Guidance Whiskey, Flight Spirits, Titos Vodka, other local spirits, and alcohol-free beverage partner Better than Booze.

With a 360° photo booth from PictureThis, Red Carpet, an auction, and stunning production from Clouds Lighting, every corner of the building will be full of surprises and interactive experiences. The impactful night is sure to inspire and be a evening not soon forgotten. 

Admission ranges from $86.50 for General Admission to $216.23 for VIP and are available HERE.

Last year’s event was attended by 700 individuals dressed to the nines, many of whose identities were hidden behind some of the most creative and elaborate masks imaginable. Over $40,000 was raised, and numbers for 2024 are already expected to increase significantly. 

The party’s main purpose is to raise money for The Aloe Family. The Aloe Family is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that exists to provide opportunities for education, well-being, and self sufficiency to under-resourced communities in need of support. We do this through local sites in Nashville and international sites in Mexico. We provide educational weekday support to at risk youth, job skills training and entrepreneurship coaching, fresh groceries, housing to students who lack family support in Mexico, English classes, and more. Learn more about the organization by visiting

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