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Halloweekend at Club Congress
October 15, 2015 @ 7:00 pm - October 30, 2015 @ 11:00 pm
Nightmare on Congress St. – 8 p.m. / Friday, October 30 / 21+
The colossal annual downtown tradition, Nightmare On Congress St., kicks-off Halloweekend at Club Congress. Partygoers should get dressed in their Halloween best for a costume contest that’s awarding more than $1,000 in cash prizes, an iPad Air, and more just for that night only. That’s one fat stack of cash just for being a fan favorite! Big time acts from across Tucson are setting the stage for an unmatched Halloween spectacle:
· Lenguas Largas
· The Jons
· Denver Broncos UK
· Get A Grip
· DJ’s Dirtyverbs and Ripdee
What Halloween rock n’ roll stage would be complete without Tucson’s Ghoulish Gurus: Mission Creeps to complete the sinful rock out? Tickets are shockingly low at $7 in advance and $9 at the door, and even with 1,000 tickets available they will sell out!
Nothing could be more right than celebrating All Hallows’ Eve at the historic Hotel Congress. Famously known as the hotel with history, the nearly century-old building is ideal for such a haunted holiday. This event is another opportunity for partygoers to wear that costume for a chance to take home a piece of the $1,000 in cash and other marvelous prizes such as a New Belgium bicycle. Tickets are a whopping $7 at the door only. Musical performances include Tucson’s favorite DJ’s Bob Felix, Sid the Kid, Jalph, and Andrew Shuta.
The Hidden Rooms Presents: Voodoo & Black Magic – 7 & 9 p.m. / October 15, 16, 22, 23, 29 and 30
Hotel Congress engaged the services of Magic Kenny Bang Bang and Medium, Midnight Malanga, two experts in the occult, to channel the wicked spirits and lift the curse of the Hidden Room. Voodoo & Black Magic takes place in The Hidden Room of Congress, which was unexplainably left unharmed after the fire that ravaged the hotel in 1934. Some may say Magic Kenny and Ms. Malanga merely perform parlor tricks, whereas others claim to have seen the veil between the living and the dead lifted, if only for a moment. You’ll just have to decide for yourself, with the limited engagement of shows open to the dauntlessly curious. Tickets are only $15, and shows are 45-minutes with a limit of 40 guests. In addition to the show, enjoy an exclusive tour of the haunted history of The Hotel Congress and don’t forget to get your spooky signature craft cocktail before the show.
For tickets or more information on their Halloweek-centric events please call The Hotel Congress at 520-622-8848 or visit their website athttp://hotelcongress.com/events/october
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