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Five-Star Trip Advisor Rating! This annual black-tie ball raises funds for the preservation of Stanton Hall and Longwood. Save the Hall Ball is a magical night at one of Mississippi's most magnificent mansions. Features a cocktail buffet and late-night breakfast by Chef Bingo Starr, black tie, open bar, and dance band "Loose Chain" of Atlanta, GA.

The $1,000,000 restoration project has been completed at Stanton Hall. Proceeds from Save the Hall Ball have contributed $300,000 towards these necessary repairs. With your help, we can raise the additional $700,000 needed to fully fund this historic and vital endeavor. Please help us as we work to save this National Historic Landmark, initially preserved by the founders of Natchez tourism.


Save the Hall Ball

March 30, 2019

9:30 P.M. - 1:00 A.M.

Stanton Hall & The Carriage House

Natchez, Mississippi

Black Tie | Open Bar

Dance Band "Loose Chain" from Atlanta

Cocktail Buffet and Breakfast by Chef Bingo Starr


$100 Per-person, General Admission


Please consider becoming a Patron.

Cherub - $500

4 tickets to Ball

Cupid - $1,000

4 tickets to Ball, Exclusive access to Patron’s Lounge at Ball with seating and Champagne at the Cupid Bar

Warrior - $2,500

6 tickets to Ball, Exclusive access to Patron’s Lounge at Ball with seating and Champagne at the Cupid Bar, Behind-the-scenes private Presidential Tour of Stanton Hall and Longwood

Conquistador - $5,000

8 tickets to Ball, Exclusive access to Patron’s Lounge at Ball with seating and Champagne at the Cupid Bar, Behind-the-scenes private Presidential Tour of Stanton Hall and Longwood, Picnic for 8 with wine at Longwood

Early Natchez Settler - $10,000

10 tickets to Ball, Exclusive access to Patron’s Lounge at Ball with seating and Champagne at the Cupid Bar, Behind-the-scenes private Presidential Tour of Stanton Hall and Longwood, Picnic for 8 with wine at Longwood, Champagne Toasting for 20 in the cupola of Stanton Hall


Save the Hall Ball Patrons at the Cupid level ($1,000) and above are invited to "Bontura," the home of Dr. Jim and Ruthie Coy, at 2:00 P.M. for a conversation on the newly published Addison Mizner: The Architect Whose Genius Defined Palm Beach by Honorary Chairman, Stephen Perkins, and his co-author, Jimmy Caughman.

Venue Information

401 High St.
Natchez, MS 39120
(601) 445-5151
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Organizer Information

Pilgrimage Historical Association


401 High Street
Natchez, LA 71456
601-445-4420

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