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An Unforgettable Evening Benefitting Pridelines Youth Services

An evening of elegance and romance, reminiscent of Venice’s Carnival, the Masquerade Ball is Pridelines Youth Services’ most important event of the year. Featuring a silent auction, cocktail reception, and a formal dining experience along with entertainment and dancing, Masquerade is one of the LGBTQ community’s most anticipated and celebrated events.


Hosted at the Beautiful Biltmore Hotel

The legendary Biltmore Hotel is one of Miami’s most luxurious properties. Its historic charm and architecture is reflected throughout elegant ballrooms with grand architectural ornaments as Cathedral arches, decorative hand-painted ceilings, and intricate chandeliers. The Biltmore will undoubtedly create an idyllic and memorable setting for Pridelines’ Masquerade Ball.

Guests are invited to stay at The Biltmore Hotel, at a special rate of $159 (+tax and resort fee) and enjoy a relaxing Sunday brunch and pool-side lounging. Use our GROUP CODE: 5132 and AUTHORIZATION CODE: 71616 when booking online or by phone.

We look forward to sharing an unforgettable weekend together!

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