The Event


about The Event 

The Denver Masquerade Ball is hosted by the Denver Kids Young Professionals Council (YPC). YPC is made up of community members who are committed to raising awareness and funds for Denver Kids while developing future philanthropic and non-profit leaders in the greater community.

YPC’s signature annual fundraising event for 2019 is the Denver Masquerade Ball. This event creates a unique formal experience, allowing attendees to dance, drink, and socialize while dressed in their best with a touch of mystery!

The 2019 Denver Masquerade Ball is expected to attract 400 guests and will feature music, signature cocktails, and a contest for most decorated mask. While the guests are disguised, there is nothing secret about the cause. All proceeds go to Denver Kids.

about Denver Kids, Inc. 

Denver Kids helps Denver Public Schools students, grades K-12, who face the personal challenges of higher risk environments, to successfully complete high school, pursue post-secondary options, and become contributing members of the community. 

At Denver Kids, Inc. we are working one-by-one to end the dropout crisis facing our community. Come learn about what we are doing and how you can join in the cause. Rally behind our bold journey to ensure that Every Student Counts and Every Student Graduates.


Located adjacent to Sports Authority Field at Mile High, the Mile High Station occupies the former Midwest Steel and Ironworks building. The original building dates back to the turn of the century (1897). At that time the building was a Denver landmark employing hundreds of Ironworkers and craftsmen. During the early 1900's, workers built and shipped large-scale ship sections for use by the U.S. Navy during World War II. Based on the significance of the building and the important role that it played in Colorado's history, the building is under consideration as a Historic building by the State of Colorado's historic preservation Officer.

Today, the building is home to the Mile High Station. The structure has been carefully renovated to preserve much of the original architectural features, including the old-brick exterior walls, "I-Beam" steel structure, and some of the original operational equipment. New features to the structure include an elevated mezzanine, kitchen, beautiful brick bar, custom chandeliers, large patio, plasma TV's, and in-house A/V system.