Houston Heart Ball Keeps the Beat Going Raising $3 Million [Event Coverage]

Guests donning their favorite jewels, ball gowns and festive frills joined chairmen Cathy and Joe Cleary on Saturday, February 3, 2018 for American Heart Association’s Houston Heart Ball, an unforgettable evening for an exceptional cause—fighting heart disease and stroke.

Produced by Ward & Ames and held at the Hilton Americas-Houston, the spectacular evening themed “The Beat Goes On, the Need Goes On” shined with a special appearance from the University of Houston Drumline as emcee David Paul, chief meteorologist for KHOU 11, took the stage.

Guests enjoyed a decadent dinner; live auction featuring once-in-a-lifetime items including an evening of fun and culinary delights for 24 guests in the home of Houston restaurateur Johnny Carrabba with special guest GRAMMY Award winner Steve Tyrell; inaugural wine auction featuring a wide variety of superb vintages and wineries; and dancing to Party on the Moon.

Sponsored by Harvey Builders, the 35th anniversary Heart Ball was an incredible evening of fundraising as early reports showed nearly $3 million was raised.

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