The Party Is Still Happening: Dulce! 2018 Moved to Jack Guenther Pavilion

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Dear Dulce! guests,

We have some IMPORTANT news about the sweetest event of the year, happening this Friday, December 7.

Although the weather has been gorgeous for the past few weeks, the forecast is calling for a 100% chance of thunderstorms on Friday night, with a possibility of localized flooding. Our original venue, the stunning San Antonio Botanical Garden, is outdoors, and will not be a viable option in the case of heavy rain.

Fear not - we've worked some holiday magic and have moved the party over to the beautiful Jack Guenther Pavilion at the Briscoe, an indoor venue just three miles away from the Garden.



You can expect all the same top quality food, beverage and entertainment, in an indoor space, but please note:
There is no onsite parking available at the venue, but there is a parking garage across the street. We strongly encourage ride sharing and our partners at Lyft have offered a 25% discount to Dulce guests with promo code Dulce2018.

You are a valued guest and your overall experience and safety is our top priority. We can't wait to celebrate with you!

$40-$75, Fri Dec. 7, 7-11pm, Briscoe Western Art Museum, Jack Guenther Pavilion, 210 W. Market St., (210) 227-0044, dulcesanantonio.com.

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