The Cattle Baron’s Ball, the annual event to “give cancer the boot,” returns to Rosen Shingle Creek Sat., Dec. 4, from 6 to 11 p.m.
This is the twentieth annual fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society and the first return to an in-person event since the pandemic.
If you’ve never been, the Cattle Baron’s Ball is a big, fun Western-themed hoedown featuring numerous restaurants situated around one of Rosen Shingle Creek’s grand ballrooms. It’s a walkabout event so you’re free to roam – just like buffalo – to sip, taste and sample as much as you’d like.
Individual tickets are $250 and table purchases are also available. Proceeds will fund pediatric cancer support.
Some of the restaurants participating this year include:
A land Remembered
Kings Dining and Entertainment
Vital Flair Catering
ACF Central Florida Chapter
Yak & Yeti
Sysco Food Service
Gordon Food Service
Cadri Master Sausage
Spectra @ Orlando City Soccer
And some of the beverages will be provided by:
Crooked Can Brewing
And there will be auctions, both silent and loud, and plenty of boot-scootin’ music, too. Dress is cowboy chic.
It’s a fun event for an excellent cause. Purchase tickets at get more information at CattleBaronsBallOrlando.com.