A set-up from a bar station at the 2015 Trigger's Toys benefit bash.

A set-up from a bar station at the 2015 Trigger's Toys benefit bash.

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It's the fete that launched a thousand sips.

Now, it's back for another run: The 5th annual Trigger's Toys cocktail bash, billed as "The Ultimate Cocktail Experience," is projected to be the biggest ever - with ailing kids as the beneficiary.

Rafiki's, the pop-up bar representing Africa, will be captained by Mexican Sugar's Bryan Dalton.

Rafiki's, the pop-up bar representing Africa, will be captained by Mexican Sugar's Bryan Dalton.

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The yearly pop-up, scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 5, has moved to Klyde Warren Park, showing how far the annual benefit event has come after stints at The Standard Pour in Uptown and Henry's Majestic in Knox-Henderson.

Kamikaze, the pop-up bar representing Asia, will be led by Midnight Rambler's Kiyoko Kinoshita.

Kamikaze, the pop-up bar representing Asia, will be led by Midnight Rambler's Kiyoko Kinoshita.

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Five teams of bartenders, distributors and brand ambassadors from around Texas will face off for charity, and under this year's theme, "Cocktails Around The World," each squad's pop-up bar will represent a particular continent - North America, South America, Africa, Asia or Europe.

Mad Hatter's Cocktail Emporium, the pop-up bar representing Europe, will be helmed by Jenny Park of Fliament.

Mad Hatter's Cocktail Emporium, the pop-up bar representing Europe, will be helmed by Jenny Park of Fliament.

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With this year's larger venue, Trigger's Toys founder Bryan Townsend hopes to raise as much as $300,000, more than three times the $130,000 raised at last year's event. By 2020, he aims to offer a million Christmas-season care packages to needy area children.

New World Carnival, the pop-up representing North America, will be quarterbacked by Victor Tangos' Andrew Stofko.

New World Carnival, the pop-up representing North America, will be quarterbacked by Victor Tangos' Andrew Stofko.

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"We're offering a unique way for people to experience the talents of our service industry while giving back to their community," said Townsend, who named the agency for his dog, Trigger, after seeing the animal's positive effect on a child in need of therapy.

Dr. Amazon's Apothecary, the pop-up representing South America, will be headed by Rapscallion's Ravinder Singh.

Dr. Amazon's Apothecary, the pop-up representing South America, will be headed by Rapscallion's Ravinder Singh.

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The annual event helps chronically sick kids and their families through financial assistance and supplemental programming.

This year's event will run from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets, available here, are $65 or $125 for the VIP experience -- including 6 p.m. entry.

For more information, or to donate to Trigger's Toys, go here.

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