Cocktails & Entertainment Commence at Six Thirty in the Evening
Black Tie Attire
Complimentary Valet Parking
Cox Business Center, Tulsa OK
“The best party in town,” as it is often called, is a lavish evening to revel in fine dining, lively dancing and plenty of surprises at Cox Business Center in downtown Tulsa. All Carnivale proceeds benefit Mental Health Association Oklahoma’s housing programs, among other services.
In the distance, the pulse of native drums summons all those who hear their seductive rhythm. On the deep blue horizon, a column of smoke drifts from an ancient volcanic peak. Heard but not seen, deep in the forest, exotic amphibians begin their nightly chorus of symphonic chirps. Drops of cool rain trickle down into the sea of rising ferns. Black lava sands reflect the full moon, veiled only by slow drifting fog. A mysterious silhouette greets you at the rainforest edge, and with an unspoken gesture, beckons you into the parted palms.
The Tradition Lives On.
The story of this legendary fundraiser began in 1990, when Mrs. Suzanne Warren co-chaired the inaugural Carnivale, then called Le Masquerade. The fundraiser allowed the Mental Health Association Oklahoma to open its first housing program, Walker Hall, in 1991. At that time, proceeds benefited only 12 tenants. Today, Carnivale will benefit over 1,500 mothers, fathers, sons and daughters living in our 26 apartment complexes in Tulsa and our first apartment complex in Oklahoma City.
Carnivale Tribalé 2017 will undoubtedly live up to its name as “the best party in town” and it is poised to be another record-breaking year. Become a patron today and support a cause proven to make a difference in our community.