Sunday, March 5, 2023
2:00 – 4:00 pm


The Venue, 105 S Section St, Fairhope


Mobile Ballet will present the Swan Soirée on Sunday, March 5, 2:00-4:00pm, at The Venue in Fairhope.

This fun Sunday afternoon tea will include a short performance by Mobile Ballet dancers, storytime, silent auction, photo opps & more!  

Attendees will get to interact with Mobile Ballet Company members who will be dancing in the upcoming Swan Lake ballet production, see a short performance from the show, get to hear the story of The Swan Princess read by Mobile Ballet’s Eastern Shore Studio director, enjoy fun themed snacks, and play dress up with costume props for photos.
Parents can participate along with their little ones, and discover unique and fun items at our Silent Auction!
Children of all ages (3+) are welcome and will enjoy the event — boys and girls!


Seating is limited

$25 per person

Tickets must be purchased in advance




Add a donated ticket along with your ticket reservation, to provide for a child from a local children’s organization to attend.

Additional donations in support of the Relevé Project are encouraged and appreciated!


Presented by the Mobile Ballet Barre volunteer association, this special event raises funds for the Relevé Project, Mobile Ballet’s tuition assistance program established to help reduce the financial burdens that prevent children from accessing dance training.

Supporters who may be unable to attend the event are still encouraged to make a donation to the Relevé Project – CLICK HERE TO DONATE.


Whether attending this event or making a donation, you are providing opportunities for children to have meaningful arts experiences, helping aspiring young dancers have access to training, and directly making a difference in a child’s life — as well as nurturing the vibrant arts culture in our community!

If you have questions or need assistance, contact the Mobile Ballet office at info@mobileballet.org or 251-342-2241

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