On behalf of Their Majesties, The Board of Directors, and The College of Monarchs: We have unanimously agreed to suspend all ICWDC events indefinitely. As such, this years ICP Ball has been Cancelled.
The health and safety of our members and the community was the heart of this decision.
We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak and will make updates as needed.
April 11, 2020
Join the Imperial Court of Washington DC, Imperial Crown Prin & Princess Queen Issa Fella and Delta B Knyght in an evening full of great entertainment, community togetherness, and all the Shenanigans at this year’s ICP Ball! The Ball location is Sphinx on K located at 1315 K St NW, Washington, DC.
Since this is a State-Event, formal attire is required for all ICWDC Members. Formal attire is encouraged but not required for community guests and members from other Courts are encouraged to attend and walk Protocol.
Information on submitting Protocol can be found here.
ICP Ball 2020
~ A Formal Event Benefiting: The ICWDC Reign Charities~
Tickets : $21.00 in advance (includes fee)
Doors Open at 6:00 pm
Tea at 7:00 pm
Purchase your tickets by clicking the button below
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Submission of electronic protocol is required and should be e-mailed to Protocol.
The deadline for submitting electronic versions of Protocol is April 4, 2020.
The Imperial Court of Washington DC adheres to the one walk rule with your highest ranking title.
Titles bestowed by Queen Mother of the Americas, Nicole the Great and Jose I, the Widow Norton will not be included.
All other titles will be red-lined as will affiliations with houses and societies.
There will be no greetings, no regrets or ball announcements. Personal titles (such as the Purple Passion Emperor) will be limited to reigning monarchs only. Please note, NO dynastic names will be allowed. We ask that you use the name that you are customarily introduced with at your own court functions.
If you have more than two last names, pick your two favorites. 🙂
The Imperial Court of Washington DC reserves the right to edit protocol as necessary and the final decision is that of our Minister of Protocol.