Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!

Fine. Feathered. Friends.

As we get older, we tend to repeat ourselves unwitingly.

But this isn’t one of those situations. For once, we’re repeating ourselves on purpose.

We informed you about Burgers & Burgundy a few weeks back when tickets first became available, but we realize that not everyone books a night out that far in advance. So if you’re a procrastinator, or getting forgetful yourself, consider this your official reminder to Friday night’s Feather Fête at Klyde Warren Park.

Adorn yourself with feathers (or don’t, nobody’s going to judge) and schmooze with some fabulous people all assembled to have a great time, raise money for DIFFA/Dallas and indulge in gluttonous amounts of delectable burger sliders, wine, cocktails and gelato.

Tickets are $150 and include admission to the afterparty at Savor right there in the park. VIP tickets go for $300 and include the added perk of table service, a meet-and-greet with chefs and an autographed copy of a cookbook written by celebrity chef and event co-founder John Tesar.

Best of all, Friday night is supposed to have temperatures in the 50s, so it’s going to really feel like fall. Unless you stand by a grill all night.

Then it’ll feel like August in Death Valley.

Burgers & Burgundy 2019
Friday, October 11
6:30 to 10:00 p.m.
Tickets: $150 (General Admission); $300 (VIP)
Klyde Warren Park
2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Dallas
diffadallas.org

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