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Young Affiliates of the Mint - 29th Annual Derby Days
Non-Profit | Fundraiser
Date: May 4, 2019
Time: 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location: Show map
Mint Museum Randolph
2730 Randolph Rd
Charlotte, NC 28207

Contact: Satie Munn
Email: munnsr7@gmail.com
Site: https://mintmuseum.org/events/derby-days-young-affiliates-of-the-mint/

The Young Affiliates of the Mint are proud to invite you to the 29th Annual Derby Days!

Derby Days is a long-standing, award-winning event that has been named the Best Party for Young Professionals by the Charlotte Observer and Best Young Professional Party by Society Charlotte magazine. Derby Days has also been recognized by the Charlotte Agenda, Charlotte Magazine, Charlotte Style, Scoop Charlotte, and more, in addition to being hosted by the Best YP Organization of Charlotte (us!), according to CharlotteFive!

Derby Days brings together more than 400 of Charlotte’s young professionals to enjoy a day of live music; lawn games; Mint Juleps; open wine and beer; food trucks; Kentucky Derby raffle; and a large-screen viewing of the Kentucky Derby, dubbed “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports.”

All proceeds raised at the event will sponsor free tours of The Mint Museum for Charlotte Mecklenburg school students to inspire a new generation of artists, art enthusiasts, and leaders.

General Admission sales end on MIDNIGHT on Friday, May 3. The event is limited to 50 total VIP tickets, so don’t delay!

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