Fort Mason Center
San Francisco, California 94123


WHAT: The Eternity Ball

You are cordially invited to San Francisco’s first annual Eternity Ball, a black-tie gala that gives everyone, not just couples, a wonderful reason to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Whether married, divorced, engaged, or single – the Eternity Ball has something for all to enjoy. Part of proceeds from the Eternity Ball will benefit the Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation®.

Created by Montgomery Entertainment, LLC, the Eternity Ball is an outsized wedding reception designed to give people of all stripes something new, fun and different to do for Valentine’s Day. Come dressed to impress in a ball gown, wedding or bridesmaid dresses, or Tuxedo. Selix Formalwear, the official tuxedo sponsor, is providing a tuxedo rental with each ticket purchase.

Get married or renew your vows on Valentine’s Day in a private chapel at the Eternity Ball officiated by Cynthia Gregory. Afterwards, join hundreds of revelers at the Festival Pavilion for a giant reception, all inclusive of cocktails, mouthwatering food and dancing. The attire for the evening is black-tie, and wedding gowns and bridesmaid dresses are strongly encouraged.

Valentine’s Day – Tuesday, February 14, 2012 from 6:30pm – 12midnight

Fort Mason Center, Festival Pavilion, 38 Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA 94123

Tickets for the Eternity Ball start at $100 per person in groups of 10, or $125 individually, and are all inclusive of POMO Nation Red Wine, dinner prepared by Chef James Aptakin, winner of the Food Network Catering Challenge, floating truffles for dessert designed by Chef Ian Kleinman of The Inventing Room as well as a certificate for a free pair of Keren Creation’s earrings (with the purchase of a $150 custom necklace) and a tuxedo rental courtesy of Selix Formalwear. The evening will be emceed by comedian Jeff Applebaum with live entertainment including dance tunes spun by DJ “Freestyle” Franco and live musical performances by Apple Z and Left of Centre.

Wedding parties and groups can rent a private VIP suite, which includes ten tickets to the event, premiere seats of all the action along with dinner, dessert, bottle service and take-aways. The VIP Suites are $3,000 for 10 people.

Once tickets are purchased attendees can leverage Bay area start-up UrbanSitter to easily find and book a trusted babysitter for the evening. Parents simply sign up at to view sitters known and recommended by friends or affiliations like schools, sports teams and parents groups. By offering 500 qualified sitters throughout the greater San Francisco area, UrbanSitter makes booking a trusted sitter as easy as buying tickets to the Eternity Ball.

Tickets for the Eternity Ball are available online now at For additional information about the Eternity Ball, please check out or the Eternity Ball Facebook page or call (415) 967-3977.

ABOUT the Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation®:
The Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. During its first year of operation, in 1984, the Foundation granted 27 wishes. Now one of the largest chapters nationwide, the Greater Bay Area chapter grants over 300 wishes per year and has granted over 5,800 wishes to date. The chapter covers 17 Northern California counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Marin, Monterey, San Benito, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, Siskiyou, Solano and Sonoma. The goal of the Foundation is to grant a wish to every eligible child in its territory. Anyone can suggest a child for a wish. For more information or to refer a child for a wish, please call 415/982-9474 or visit

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