Western Missouri Medical Center Foundation is asking people to save the date for their first ever Cirque du Soiree event on Thursday night July 22.

The event, which benefits Western Missouri Medical Center, is being billed as "A wildly fun and unforgettable evening." WMMC Foundation says the one of a kind event will include live entertainers, performance artists and decadent hors d’oeuvres.

There's even an option to purchase unlimited drinks wristbands. Which seems like an odd thing to offer at an event benefiting a major health care provider. But sometimes I guess you have to just say what the heck.

The event seems to be a replacement for the traditional Fire & Ice gala held by the foundation, which was cancelled this past winter due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tickets are $60 per ticket, or $100 for couples. The unlimited drink wristband is also for sale for $50 per band. The event is being held at Knob Hill Barn from 6 to 10 p.m.

The foundation has sponsorships of the event available. If you're interested in a sponsorship you can call Jennie Snapp at (660) 262-7464. The group is also looking for donations for their silent auction. If you'd like to donate, you can pledge your donation here.

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