Hundreds of proms designed to accommodate people with disabilities are set to take place at venues around the world all on a single night leading up to Valentine’s Day.

Over 100,000 guests are expected at the events being held this Friday at more than 720 churches in all 50 states and 56 countries.

The series of free proms for people with special needs are part of the Tim Tebow Foundation’s annual “Night to Shine.”

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The events are open to individuals with disabilities ages 14 and up and often feature a red carpet with friendly paparazzi, limousine rides, hair and makeup stations, dancing and dinner, among other activities.

Proms also offer each guest the opportunity to be crowned king or queen.

More than 555,000 people with disabilities around the world have attended proms since Night to Shine began in 2014, the Tim Tebow Foundation said.

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