The 28th Annual Las Vegas Heart Ball
Saturday, March 24, 2018 6:00 – 10:00 p.m.
WHAT: The Las Vegas Heart Ball is the major event of the American Heart and Stroke Association designed to bring awareness and benefit to children’s heart and stroke research, public education, and community programs. Seventy-five cents of every dollar raised stays in Southern Nevada to fund life-saving research and implementing programs that directly support the mission of the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association.
WHO: Corporate and medical sponsors, physicians, community leaders and survivors affected by heart disease and stroke will be in attendance. It promises to be an engaging evening of fun and passion bringing community and philanthropic leaders together.
Chair of the 2018 Heart Ball is Amy Tarkanian. The Honoree is heart survivor and entrepreneur Tricia Estey.
Top local sponsors include: EHB Companies, the Heart Center at Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center and Go Red For Women cause sponsor Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican. Media sponsors include The Las Vegas Review-Journal, Luxury Las Vegas and iHeartRadio Las Vegas.
The attire for the Heart Ball is The Great Gatsby-themed black-tie.
2018 Heart Ball Dinner Entertainment – Melody Sweets
2018 Heart Ball Featured Entertainment – The Moonshiners
WHEN: Saturday, March 24, 2018 – 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m. Cocktail reception and silent auction
7:30 Dinner, program and live entertainment
WHERE: Four Seasons Hotel
3960 Las Vegas Boulevard, South, Las Vegas, NV
WHY: Despite major advancements in treatment, heart disease and stroke remain the No. 1 and No. 5 killers of Americans and Nevadans, as well as a major cause of permanent disability.
That is why the American Heart Association is committed to improving the heart and brain health of all Americans and Nevadans. The Heart Ball inspires support of the work we do to create a better future for children, families and communities.
Last year, our Heart Ball campaign nearly $60 million nationwide, allowing us to fund more than $160 million in research and programs across the country and in our community.