Boston Bachelor Auction

bachelor-auctionFriday, February 10
7:00pm – 11:00 pm
The Foundation Room at the House of Blues Boston

Announcing the return of the annual Boston Bachelor Auction, benefiting the Junior League of Boston! This year’s auction will be held at the House of Blue’s Foundation Room, located on Lansdowne Street. We will be hosting our annual live bachelor auction, plus something new this year: silent auction date packages and experiences, available for all guests to bid on – so you can take your roommate, coworker or significant other out for a fun night on the town.

The auction will kick off at 8:00pm, with silent auction items available throughout the evening. These items will be open for bidding by all members and guests, in addition to the traditional live auction. Come out and help support JL Boston’s development efforts – your support makes a direct impact in the lives of the Boston community. Our community programming could not continue without the generous donations and funds raised through events like the annual Bachelor Auction.

Tickets for JL Boston members are $70, and guests are $80. Your ticket includes festive bites, plus a beer and wine open bar. Additional beverage choices will available for purchase.

Interested in supporting the Bachelor Auction? Learn more about sponsorship and donation opportunities.

IN-KIND DONORS

Thank you to our generous donors for their support!

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