In just two weeks, a private mansion will be opening its front doors to the community for Boca Basel 2018.
In its fourth year, the Nov. 29 event is an evening where Boca Raton will be treated to a salon of art we find in our everyday lives.
This year, the event is celebrating “The Art of the Pop-Up” with a curated collection of apparel, artists, restaurants, cocktails, and around-town discoveries made by our editorial team. The venue is a luxurious estate in Boca Raton by Jonathan Postma of Coldwell Banker at the legendary Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club.
As patrons explore the space, they’ll indulge in food and drink from American Harvest Organic Vodka, Bazille, Ouzo Bay, Tanzy, The Locale, Barrel of Monks Brewing, Cristino Chocolates and E&M Catering and Events.
ArtNest Delray will be paying homage to elusive street artist Banksy with shadow costumes and graffiti art. Brand new restaurant and brewery, Crazy Uncle Mike’s, will be providing live music to set the mood. Additional vendors and sponsors include Kendra Scott, Lilly Pulitzer, Jay Feder Jewelers, Robb & Stucky, Ready to Fly and The Silverman Group of Raymond James.
And the best part of the whole event? A portion of proceeds will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Boca Basel is Nov. 29 from 6 to 9 p.m. at a Boca Raton location that will be revealed to guests once a ticket is purchased. Admission is $30 per person pre-sale, $40 general admission, and $50 at the door. Tickets can be purchased online at BocaBasel.com.