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Knight at the Museum

Mar 28, 6:00 PM–9:00 PM

Great Hall

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Add to Calendar 3/28/2024 6:00 PM 3/28/2024 9:00 PM America/Chicago Knight at the Museum

Good people of the realm, we bid you to join the Court of the San Antonio Museum of Art for a Knight at the Museum on Thursday, March 28. An unforgettable evening of Renaissance-style revelry and merriment awaits in celebration of SAMA’s current exhibition, The Age of Armor. You’ll enjoy a repast of sumptuous small plates inspired by The Age of Armor and SAMA’s global collection with Chef Jason Dady of Tre Trattoria, alongside restaurants Clementine, Cuishe Cucina Mexicana, and Dashi, with specially curated cocktails by La Ruina

Entertainment includes fire dancing, jousting, and some rousing theatre by composer Nathan Felix and His Merry Men. DJ Plata will keep things moving with a century-spanning mix of Renaissance music, classic rock, and heavy metal. (Will the playlist include Queen? Abso-lute-ly!).

In keeping with our gallant theme, you’ll want to don a crown, a campy court dress, something metallic, or bust out those heavy metal tees from your headbanging youth. A prize will be given for the best attire, both women and men. All funds raised will benefit SAMA.

 

$200 // Individual ticket (7:00 - 9:00 p.m.)

  • Small plates from acclaimed local restaurants
  • Entertainment, including music, fire dancing, and a theatrical engagement from composer Nathan Felix
  • Access to The Age of Armor
  • Prize drawings

 

$375 // VIP ticket (6:00 - 9:00 p.m.)  

All of the above, plus:

  • Early access to The Age of Armor  
  • VIP cocktail hour from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m., with two exclusive cocktails from La Ruina
  • Additional small plates from Tre Trattoria
  • Prize drawings
  • Signature gift
  • Valet

 

$3,000 // Knights of the SAMA Round Table (6:00 – 9:00 p.m.)

All of the above, plus:

  • A reserved table for six
  • Champagne service
  • A dedicated server throughout the evening
  • Prize drawings
  • Signature gift
  • Valet

 

Tickets can be purchased here or call 210.978.8111.

As blood stains our floors, no real weapons, please!

San Antonio Museum of Art (great_hall)

Good people of the realm, we bid you to join the Court of the San Antonio Museum of Art for a Knight at the Museum on Thursday, March 28. An unforgettable evening of Renaissance-style revelry and merriment awaits in celebration of SAMA’s current exhibition, The Age of Armor. You’ll enjoy a repast of sumptuous small plates inspired by The Age of Armor and SAMA’s global collection with Chef Jason Dady of Tre Trattoria, alongside restaurants Clementine, Cuishe Cucina Mexicana, and Dashi, with specially curated cocktails by La Ruina

Entertainment includes fire dancing, jousting, and some rousing theatre by composer Nathan Felix and His Merry Men. DJ Plata will keep things moving with a century-spanning mix of Renaissance music, classic rock, and heavy metal. (Will the playlist include Queen? Abso-lute-ly!).

In keeping with our gallant theme, you’ll want to don a crown, a campy court dress, something metallic, or bust out those heavy metal tees from your headbanging youth. A prize will be given for the best attire, both women and men. All funds raised will benefit SAMA.

 

$200 // Individual ticket (7:00 - 9:00 p.m.)

  • Small plates from acclaimed local restaurants
  • Entertainment, including music, fire dancing, and a theatrical engagement from composer Nathan Felix
  • Access to The Age of Armor
  • Prize drawings

 

$375 // VIP ticket (6:00 - 9:00 p.m.)  

All of the above, plus:

  • Early access to The Age of Armor  
  • VIP cocktail hour from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m., with two exclusive cocktails from La Ruina
  • Additional small plates from Tre Trattoria
  • Prize drawings
  • Signature gift
  • Valet

 

$3,000 // Knights of the SAMA Round Table (6:00 – 9:00 p.m.)

All of the above, plus:

  • A reserved table for six
  • Champagne service
  • A dedicated server throughout the evening
  • Prize drawings
  • Signature gift
  • Valet

 

Tickets can be purchased here or call 210.978.8111.

As blood stains our floors, no real weapons, please!

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