The Streets Ball Is Tonight — Here’s How to Score Tickets

Hi everyone, the time for our annual benefit is fast approaching — it starts at 7 p.m. tonight. If you’ve come to the Streets Ball before, you know it’s a special night, and if you haven’t, now’s a great time to start.

Tickets are $50, and all proceeds go to support the reporting and filmmaking here on StreetsblogNYC and Streetfilms for the year ahead. It’s not too late to buy tickets online — we’ll be keeping the forms open until 3:30 p.m. If you miss that window, you can still get in at the door. Here’s where to go:

ADC Gallery
106 W 29th St
New York, NY 10001

Come out, raise a glass with me and Clarence, and give a warm Streetsblog reception to City Council members Jimmy Van Bramer and Julissa Ferreras and to advocacy heroes Lizi Rahman and Lisa Sladkus for their work supporting safe streets. It’s going to be fantastic.

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