Bridgerton Ball

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Allowed Ages: 18 and up and up

Program Description

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Dearest Gentle Reader,

Prepare yourselves for an evening of unparalleled delight and Regency revelry at none other than the Dallas Public Library's Bridgerton Inspired Ball! Yes, you heard it here first – an event that promises to whisk you away to the glittering world of high society, where scandal and sophistication dance hand in hand.

So, don your finery, dear readers, and prepare to be transported to a world of romance, scandal, and intrigue. Don't miss out because this evening promises a tapestry of delights that would surely pique even Lady Whistledown's curiosity. 


This is an 18+ event.



6:30- 7:15 English country dance class, Set 1

7:00-7:30 Regency fashion discussion

7:00 - 8:00 Shakespearian theatrical performance

7:30 - 8:15 English country dance class, Set 2

8:00 - 8:30 Bridgerton costuming vs Regency fashion discussion

Vendor booths and dancing will be available throughout the evening.


Vendors and Instructors

More details to come


Food and Beverage 

Light appetizers will be available while supplies last. Meals will be available from our partner vendors for a fee. 
Limited free drinks will be available!

Food provided by:


Things to Know

Parking: Event parking is free in our library parking garage. The entrance is located behind the library, on Wood. St. (Put 1541 Wood St. into your GPS.). The library parking garage has limited spaces and will be first come, first served. Street parking and paid lots are available all around the downtown Dallas area.

Cost: All activities are free, but vendors will charge for items they are selling and food will have a cost. 

Costumes: Just like at any ball, costumes are encouraged! 


Registration isn't required but is used to ensure we have enough supplies with vendors.


This is part of the Summer Saturdays programming brought to you with thanks from the Friends of the Dallas Public Library and the Dallas Shakespeare Club.