Saturday, Nov 17, 11:30 AM-2:30 PM

Goddess Nyx VIII Coronation Luncheon

The Roosevelt New Orleans
Getting there
130 Roosevelt Way, New Orleans, LA

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Out of the elements, the Goddess of Night appeared........... Now she will be crowned for all her subjects to see, as she begins her reign as Mardi Gras royalty.............. By Royal Command of the Captain, you are hereby invited to the coronation of

Goddess Nyx VIII Your presence is requested for an afternoon of royal revelry atthe Eighth Annual Goddess Nyx Coronation Luncheon Saturday, November 17, 201811:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. THE ROOSEVELT NEW ORLEANS 130 Roosevelt Way New Orleans, Louisiana 70112 RSVP by purchasing your seat today. We are in the beautiful historic Roosevelt Ballroom which can accommodate only so many subjects. Once all seating is reserved, there will be no more invites available for purchase. RSVP IS REQUIRED BY MIDNIGHT ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2018. You are allowed to purchase seating for family and/or friends who can enjoy the revelry with you.
This is one of the few times that family and friends are allowed at Nyx events. This beautiful afternoon will be accompanied by a seated luncheon, silent auction, cash bars, coronation presentation, and champagne toast. **Everyone is invited to join us after the luncheon for the traditional "Nyx Goddess Streetcar Celebration Ride" down Canal Street. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? You will be required to show a picture I.D. and your ticket for entry into the ballroom. Where should I park for the event? The hotel offers valet parking at a discounted rate for attendees.
There are also public lots next to the hotel and across the street for more options. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please contact Gigi Saak at What is the refund policy? Because of the time, attention, and advanced costs associated with hosting this event, we are sorry to inform you that no refunds will be given. What is the dress code? Well, royal attire, of course! Actually, the attire requested is dressy casual or afternoon Nyx "chic". In honor of the royalty in attendance, no crowns or tiaras will be allowed amongst guests.