KPBS Celebrates Gala Inspired by Downton Abbey
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Special Feature Reserve Gala Tickets Now
Reserve tickets to KPBS' annual gala.
Find yourself in Edwardian England for the, KPBS Celebrates Gala Inspired by Downton Abbey. Mark your calendars and plan to spend the evening in glorious Downton style at the historic US Grant on Saturday, May 4, 2013 for what will be one of the season’s best events.
The Grant’s 4th Avenue entrance will be lined with historic cars and attendants ready to receive you. Bid on coveted treasures in the silent auction over cocktails and conversation in the Grant's Crystal Ballroom. Gourmet dinner, live auction, and program will follow. Masterpiece Executive Producer, Rebecca Eaton, is expected to attend.
The Lady Darlene Marcos Shiley introduces the Hall of Fame inductees:
Audrey Geisel | Visionary
Conrad Prebys and Debbie Turner | Visionaries
Brad Warner | Lifetime Achievement
The fun continues with live music and dancing as local favorite and award winning band, Liquid Blue, takes the stage.
Proceeds from this event support KPBS’ mission of serving local communities with news and entertainment programming that respects our audience with inspiring, intelligent and enlightening content.
Tickets are $500 each or $5000 for table of 10. Reserve your spot today.
For more information contact Claudine Casillas, KPBS Special Event Manager or call (619) 5294-4266.
Sponsor the Gala (PDF)
Donate to the Auction (PDF)
The KPBS Celebrates Gala Inspired by Downton Abbey is supported by the Honorary Committee:
The Lady Darlene Shiley, Honorary Chair
Audrey S. Geisel via San Diego Foundation / Dr. Seuss Fund
Joan & Irwin Jacobs
Conrad Prebys & Debbie Turner
Gift Bag Sponsor:
Watch clips, previews and more from Downton Abbey here.
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