Equestrian Aid Foundation To Honor Mark Bellissimo at “A Night of Legends” with Surprise Musical Performance During the Winter Equestrian Festival

Monday, February 2, 2015
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On Sunday, February 22nd, the Equestrian Aid Foundation (EAF) invites you to “A Night of Legends” at the Global Dressage Arena at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. Take a break from the Winter Equestrian Festival and relax for an evening of cocktails, dinner, and a unique show. White Horse Catering will provide a delectable dinner buffet during the VIP hour beginning at 6pm, and local food trucks will have a variety of offerings for purchase to general admission event goers beginning when doors open at 7:30. One lucky guest will win a diamond during the diamond drop raffle, in which each participant will receive a glass of champagne with a stone on the bottom. A jeweler will be inspecting each stone to determine the authentic diamond for the winner. During the evening, the 2015 EAF Luminary Award will be bestowed upon Mark Bellissimo for all the positive work that he has done to enhance the equestrian community.

The highlight of the night—and sure to be the talk of the town for weeks after—is the surprise musical taking the stage at 8pm. Sip your cocktails and feel fancy as you are transported over the rainbow with performances of some of your favorite songs made popular by the legends of our time.
General admission tickets for “A Night of Legends” cost $25 each or 5 for $100 and can be purchased at www.equestrianaidfoundation.org. VIP seating will include the catered dinner and open bar. For VIP ticket and table information, please contact Emily Cleland at info@equestrianaidfoundation.org

The proceeds from the evening will benefit the Equestrian Aid Foundation, which has been delivering financial assistance to equestrians, horsemen and equine-related professionals in need for over seventeen years. The EAF provides funding for medical, rehabilitation and essential expenses to those suffering from catastrophic illness or injury from all riding disciplines, equine professions, backgrounds and ages.