Annual Tequila Gala Benefit

A Tequila pairing dinner to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County, featuring live music and more.

Join us for the 3rd Annual Tequila Gala on October 19th at The Agave Room! All proceeds will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County.

The semi-formal evening will include a 4-course dinner with tequila pairings. The menu offering will be a unique showcase of the Colorado harvest and reflect the Rio’s commitment to local, fresh produce.

Starting at 6p, enjoy a cocktail hour with music, followed by dinner starting at 7p. Throughout the dinner, we will have Don Chicharron playing music for us and will end the night with dancing.

Ticket price includes 4-course dinner with tequila pairing, a specialty margarita during cocktail hour, 1 additional drink ticket, surprise giveaways, gift bag, and live entertainment & dancing.

  • $85 Early Bird tickets are available now until 11:59 p.m. MT on Friday, September 27th.
  • $95 Regular pricing starts on Saturday, October 6th.

Click here to buy tickets!

This event is open seating. Tables seat 8 or 10 people — looking to sit with your group? Email to reserve a table.

A cash bar will also be available.

You can also purchase your ticket in-person (no phone calls, please) at the Fort Collins Rio location to avoid additional fees and processing. No refunds available as this is a one-time event.



The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County (BGCLC) is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

BGCLC opened its door in 1986 as a sole teen center located in Fort Collins and has dramatically expanded its operations to meet the growing needs of Larimer County. In 1989, it became affiliated with Boys & Girls Clubs of America and officially became the BGCLC. This same year, the Wellington Club was opened. In 1996, a Loveland teen center merged with the BGCLC.

From 1999 to 2009, the organization successfully completed two capital campaigns to build permanent Clubs in Fort Collins (opened in 2001) and Loveland (opened in 2009), doubling the number of youth served in each of the Units.

In 2014, BGCLC, in conjunction with the Food Bank for Larimer County and the Estes Park School District, opened a summer program serving more than 50 youth a day in the tourist-based town of Estes Park.

The newest Club is in West Loveland, a school site at Sarah Milner Elementary, and was added in the spring of 2016 to help serve more youth in the Loveland area.

In the fall of 2016, BGCLC began providing programming Monday through Thursday to youth at Harmony Village in South Fort Collins. Harmony Village has since become a chartered site.



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