65 ROSES GALA BALL Carnaval Masquerade – 7 October 2017

The 65 Roses story dates back to 1965 when a young boy pronounced Cystic Fibrosis as 65 Roses. Since then, 65 Roses has been synonymous with our cause and the Rose has been adopted as the national symbol for Cystic Fibrosis.
Our annual 65 Roses Gala Ball is an opportunity to be part of a fairy-tale evening full of laughter, music and dancing. This year’s event will take your breath away as we join forces with Rio Rhythmics and Flip Side Circus to take last year’s Ball’s success to even greater heights as we party in one of Brisbane’s finest heritage listed landmarks.
Join us for pre-dinner drinks under the stars in King George Square and get in the spirit of the night’s carnival theme by creating your own mystery signature mask, or pre-ordering one through our preferred suppliers. You mask will be waiting for you to collect on your arrival at the registration desk!