Masquerade Ball | Union Station

First Hand Foundation and Cerner every year around Halloween throw the worlds most killer Halloween bash. There’s always a fabulous theme you can dress up to like “Heroes & Villians,” “Bond,” “Where the Wild Things Are,” “80’s” and tons more, everyone always comes in Hollywood style costumes ready to win the prize of Best-Dressed. Or you can dress up in Masquerade attire.

This years theme for the ball held at Union Station on October 28, 2018 was themed “Everyone’s a Suspect.” Of course the Banana Who? Booth was there to celebrate as normal with two booths: one print and GIF booth, and one Slow Motion booth. We had so much fun watching everyone come up with their Slow Motion videos, it was quite hilarious.

We are always honored to be a part of these charitable organizations, and this year with the ball and silent auction, First Hand Foundation was able to raise over $700,000. What an amazing non profit. We can’t thank you all enough every year for having Kansas City’s best photo booth, the Banana Who? Booth at your event. We look forward to tons more events with you all and helping raise more money for your organization. Enjoy the photos below and find more about First hand here:¬†https://www.firsthandfoundation.org/

First Hand Foundation and Cerner every year around Halloween throw the worlds most killer Halloween bash. There’s always a fabulous theme you can dress up to like “Heroes & Villians,” “Bond,” “Where the Wild Things Are,” “80’s” and tons more, everyone always comes in Hollywood style costumes ready to win the prize of Best-Dressed. Or you can dress up in Masquerade attire.

This years theme for the ball held at Union Station on October 28, 2018 was themed “Everyone’s a Suspect.” Of course the Banana Who? Booth was there to celebrate as normal with two booths: one print and GIF booth, and one Slow Motion booth. We had so much fun watching everyone come up with their Slow Motion videos, it was quite hilarious.

We are always honored to be a part of these charitable organizations, and this year with the ball and silent auction, First Hand Foundation was able to raise over $700,000. What an amazing non profit. We can’t thank you all enough every year for having Kansas City’s best photo booth, the Banana Who? Booth at your event. We look forward to tons more events with you all and helping raise more money for your organization. Enjoy the photos below and find more about First hand here:¬†https://www.firsthandfoundation.org/

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