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Known for its exclusivity, the James Bond Soiree is not an event to be missed. Some even call it the best event they have never attended. In 2012, KS Champagne Parties and the Global Bond Society began as an elite way to party with a purpose. This year, a diverse mix of CEOs and high net-worth influencers will experience aweekend of elegance, espionage, and adventure as Pittsburgh celebrates the 56th anniversary of the James Bond films and their continuing legacy.
With champagne and 007 as the catalyst, a worthy cause is at hand on Saturday, August 24th. The event will benefit the National Kidney
Foundation with a chartered yacht VIP pre-party followed by the main event, the 007 Masquerade, at CAKE.
The VIP Yacht Cruise will be hosted from 5 to 8PM on Saturday, August 24 th . Guests will then be whisked in a limousine to the main event at Cake Pittsburgh in the Strip for the 8th Annual James Bond Soiree will be held from 8-11PM. The masquerade event will be an evening of elegance, fashion and intrigue featuring a Bond-themed fashion show, exotic cars, real-life spies, pictures with 007 (professional Daniel Craig double by James Taggart), casino tables, signature cocktails, and some of Pittsburgh’s hottest DJs playing Bond-themed remixes.
VENUE: Cake Pittsburgh: Featuring a sophisticated and classy interior, this recently constructed venue sits at the heart of the Strip District. With its larger capacity and upscale, European-inspired vibe, it presents the perfect rendezvous for this year’s 007 affair.
Address – 1900 Smallman Street, Pgh, PA 15222.
DRESS CODE for the Soiree and Yacht: MEN: black tie or stylish suit / blazer. Pocket squares and (bow)ties encouraged. No jeans or tennis shoes.
WOMEN: formal eveningwear.
BENEFITING The National Kidney Foundation. Their mission is to prevent kidney and urinary tract diseases, improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by kidney disease and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation. To learn more about how they're accomplishing this mission, please visit their website: https://www.kidney.org/