Black Tie Dinner will be held in-person on November 13th with a mandatory mask guideline for guests while not seated at their tables. Our Board is adhering to CDC guidelines and working closely with the venue to determine additional, advanced safety measures for the night of the Dinner. More detailed information can be found on our dinner information page. Since the onset of COVID-19 our commitment remains the same - to keep the safety of our guests, volunteers and hotel staff as the number one priority. No refunds will be processed.
For full information on COVID safety protocols, registration, parking, and more, check out our 2021 Black Tie Dinner Guide.
Who we are
Since its inception in 1982, Black Tie Dinner has been the largest fundraising dinner for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community in the nation. Each year, Black Tie Dinner selects up to 20 North Texas beneficiaries to receive dinner proceeds as well as the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the Dinner's national beneficiary. To date, Black Tie Dinner has distributed over $25 million.