The Masked Ball takes place three times a year in Cornwall. Get masked up for Halloween, New Year's Eve and the main 3-day Festival in Spring which takes place in a cliffside location with views to die for.
The Spring Ball is an immersive, multi-level party kingdom where ballers dress to excess in a venue carved out of the cliffs overlooking the ocean. A one of a kind event situated in the quintessentially Cornish fishing village of Porthleven: this is a proper party.
The ghouls and lost souls come out to play at Europe's biggest Halloween bash in October when Ballers can take a walk on the wild side in a nocturnal theme park featuring surreal sideshows, fairground folly and horror craziness.
Then on New Year's Eve the team present an end of year celebration like no other. There's four rooms of music playing from dusk till dawn, numerous DJs and acts, a bowling alley, swimming pool, pianists, bell boys/girls, prosecco on arrival in this hotel on Cornwall’s North Coast with our names on it.
Top baller pass with access to all three events is just £150!
With less than two weeks to go before The Spring Masked Ball, we caught up with its co-founder, Kelvin Batt, to find out how the Ball has grown over the past 11 years and what to expect at Porthleven this year.
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Hot on the heels of its ‘sinsational’ Halloween shindig, the Masked Ball is putting a spring in your step by releasing the first details of next year’s May Bank Holiday party.
The Masked Ball is going full steam ahead this May by offering thrill seekers a trip like no other - a time-travelling train journey into ‘The Underworld’ on a site carved into a stunning clifftop location in West Cornwall.
The Masked Ball can now reveal that Groove Armada, 2ManyDJs, Norman Jay MBE, London Elektricity and many more are also set to join their creative weekender on 20th – 22nd May.