Sylvia Zerbini and her liberty stallions. Photo courtesy of Sylvia Zerbini.
Wellington, Fla. – Jan. 16, 2017 – Tickets are now on sale for “Althea,” an evening of enchantment as humans and horses discover the magical powers of healing through a breathtaking performance. Seating is limited for this captivating and entertaining event. “Althea” is scheduled for one night only, Feb. 12, at the Global Dressage Festival Stadium in Wellington.
This once-in-a-lifetime theatrical experience features former Cavalia artists Sylvia Zerbini, S. Caleb Carinci Asch, Kansas Carradine, other mounted cast members, and their magnificent horses. These performers have wowed fans across the country with their incredible feats with their beautiful horses. Equestrians and non-equestrians will marvel at the depth of the connection between the artists and their equine partners required for this performance.
The doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show begins at 7:30 p.m. Seating options include VIP tickets and tables with cocktails and dinner or general admission seating for the performance. Highlights of the event’s live auction include a vintage Mercedes, a month of training with a Rio Olympic team member, a sunset yacht cruise and more.
“Althea” is a gala benefit for the Equestrian Aid Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization that has raised over $2.6 million in its nearly 20-year history to assist individuals from all riding disciplines, equine professions, backgrounds and ages who are coping with serious injury or illness.
To purchase tickets, go to: www.AltheaTickets.com.
Althea is a gala benefit for the Equestrian Aid Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that assists people from all corners of the horse world who are coping with life-changing injury or illness and financial crisis. Since its inception 20 years ago, the Foundation has granted $2.7 million in direct financial aid to equestrians facing adversity. This needs-based support provides assistance for basic living and rehabilitative expenses to riders, trainers, farriers, grooms, horse farm owners and other equestrians who need a helping hand to get back on their feet. For more information, please visit EquestrianAidFoundation.org.
For more information:
Contact (908) 803-1535 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sirota Public Relations