Shadowfax Halloween 2016
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | October 26, 2016
“Trick or Treat, give me something good to eat”. Over the past few years, South Africans have been embracing Halloween more and more. This year, Shadowfax Halloween is one of the must-attend parties!
2016 marks the second installment for the spooky spectacular that is Shadowfax Halloween! Join some of the best local live bands for an evening of horror, music, curses and more!
On Friday, 28 October, the Mercury Live in Cape Town will play host to this monster mash of bands. And don’t forget to scare up a fright with your scariest costumes! There are tattoo vouchers up for grabs to some of the best-dressed ghouls and goblins out there.
As Micheal Jackson said:
“The foulest stench is in the air
The funk of forty thousand years
And grizzly ghouls from every tomb
Are closing in to seal your doom”
But be warned, if you refuse this invitation, something awful may happen: you might miss out on the fun!
Line-Up for the Night
20h00 till late: Majja – Chilled Jams.
Extra activities to keep you entertained
No Halloween party is complete without some fun party games to make you scream and cry. So if the music isn’t enough to keep you smiling, join in on the Halloween Easter Egg Hunt.
Want some memories of the night? Head down to the photo booth and have a piece of your soul stolen.
If the excitement gets to be too much, head downstairs to the chill area where some great dub and chill step music will be played all night long!
For more information, be sure to follow the Facebook event!
Ticket Prices: R100 at the door
R80 if you buy online
Buy 4 tickets online for the price of 3!
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