The Summer Masked Ball, an event that heralds the start of the great British festival season, is going underground by promising its dedicated tribe of hedonists a ‘A Voyage Through The Underworld’
For the party that puts the dance into decadence is back to take you on a trip through time you’ll never forget.
Hidden deep in the Cornish undergrowth is a new mesmeric, multi-themed production entitled ‘ A Voyage Through The Underworld’ where guests will be taken on a journey like none other. Arrive at the Check In Desk after dusk and take the night train on a journey through dark tunnels transporting you into iconic venues and the legendary parties that happened within their walls..you could ride into a Brixton Squat in the 80s, Chicago blues club in the 40s or iconic New York discos in the late 70s.
Kelvin Batt said “The carefully curated production has been in the making for several years and we’re really excited to be able to bring it to life in 2017…“
Although this new themed concept has been unveiled for the Summer Masked Ball, favourite venues like The Grand Ballroom and The Terrace will still provide the foundations for a weekend of party abandon in a truly stunning location overlooking Mount’s Bay.
A first wave of artists have been announced for The May Ball including The Cuban Brothers, DJ Food, Dicky Trisco, Felix Dickinson, Soundsystem, Horse Meat Disco, Justin Robertson, LTJ Experience, Man Power, Norman Jay MBE, PBR Streetgang, PsycheMajik, Shit Robot, Spiritual South, Space Echo and Tiger and Woods. With lots more TBA in early 2017
The Summer Masked Ball follows on from a frighteningly successful Halloween Masked Ball that played host to largest collection of partying freaks in Europe.
The Summer Masked Ball has moved to the second Bank Holiday in May, so that ballers can really enjoy the Sunday Service – a day of deliverance cumulating in a mass warming of the souls.
The Masked Ball takes place on May 26-28, at Beacon Crag, Porthleven, Cornwall, starting on the Friday with a grand long table feast, and then running from Saturday into the Sunday Service.
Tickets for a weekend Friday to Sunday ticket, to include the feast are £59, while the original ball ticket for the Saturday and Sunday is £45. Tickets include camping and can be bought online from http:maskedball.net/