With the swift swipe of an antique Napoleonic saber, a master swordsman will sever the necks of Moet et Chandon champagne bottles. Once opened, the bubbly is carefully poured into the uppermost glass of a 6,000-glass pyramid towering two stories high in the hotel’s stunning atrium lobby.
More information on the fundraising efforts associated with this event will be released later this month including detailed information about the organization and the connection to the Brown Palace.
The Champagne Cascade, which starts at noon, is open to the public on floors four through seven and will feature live jazz and entertainment. Exclusive VIP tickets will be available for purchase and offer views from the mezzanine level and include unlimited champagne, beer, wine, hors d’oeuvres and desserts.
To make reservations for VIP viewing, guests can visit www.brownpalace.com to purchase tickets.