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Fiesta’s Masked Ball is April 12

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Tickets are now available for URBAN-15’s INCOGNITO: Fiesta’s Masked Ball taking place Saturday, April 12, from 8 p.m. to midnight in the Whitley Conference Center at 285 Oblate Drive in San Antonio.

Attendees will enjoy the fun sounds of live “Texas salsa” music from “Beto and the Fairlanes,” a costume contest, and a cash bar and buffet.

This is an official Fiesta event. Proceeds will benefit URBAN-15’s youth educational programs and renovations to the URBAN-15 studio.

Presale tickets are $35 per adult, $20 per child, $250 per table of eight, or $200 per table of six. Tickets may be purchased online at urban-15.ticketleap.com/incognito-fiesta-2014.

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