Silver Creek presents: 2022 Senior Prom Yule Ball inspired by Harry Potter

By Alexia Torres Camino 

Here is a picture of Silver Creek’s instagram post of all the information on Senior Prom tickets (Pic Credits: Alexia Torres)

Here at the school bank tickets are being sold and here are two flyers reminding to bring school id card and ticket prices (Pic Credits: Alexia Torres)

SAN JOSE, CALIF. – On Saturday,  May 7, 2022, Silver Creek’s Senior Prom will be held at Hotel Valencia in Santana Row with tickets beginning to sell on Monday, March 28.

This year’s senior prom theme will be “Yule Ball”, inspired by the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Tickets began selling at the end of March and will continue as long as they do not sell out. With the prices of $120 going through until March 28-31, starting April 4-8 tickets will be $130, continuing April 11-15 tickets will be $140 and last ticket sales will be April 28-31. Tickets will be sold at $150. ASB gets a discount of $5 and students must bring their ID to purchase. Tickets are sold in front of the School Bank during Lunch.

Doors will open at 6 p.m. through 7 p.m., and prom will be from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Near the venue there is Santa Clara central park, it is a park with over 50 acres of fields, courts, picnic areas and a large pond. This is a perfect place to take pictures before or after prom. Santana Row is filled with a variety of restaurants as much as 20, and just across the street is Westfield Valley Fair mall, also filled with an assortment of 67 restaurants and fast-foods plus desserts. Among these include cheesecake factory, Ramen Nagi, Shake Shack, Maggiano’s little Italy and many more.

Adriana Villalobos, a Senior, states, “My plans before prom is to hopefully be able to get ready with my friends. After prom, I’m still not sure what will happen yet. What I’m looking most forward to is having a night that I’ll never forget alongside my best friends. The ticket prices are a little pricey but they are selling them at a reasonable price, prom is a big deal and very expensive to put together.” Hilary Rios Saldana, also a Senior states, “Prom is a good way for seniors to have fun, I don’t really have plans before prom other than getting ready. I’m looking forward to being with friends and seeing people in their formal wear. The tickets were a bit expensive, I paid $120 for my ticket which is a lot also adding transportation and my dress, it all adds up. So hopefully it’s all worth it.”

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