Blabla Events Presents ‘ Hocus Pocus - The Exclusive Halloween Ball’
On Saturday, Thirty First of October, Two Thousand and Twenty, as the clock strikes Eight Thirty, The Rising Tide will open its doors to host the most weird and wonderful party of the year.
Beware all ye who enter the dark halls & ghosts, ghouls and gallows will be lurking in the shadows of the Ball Room to give you a fright.
The dead will be awakened from 9pm with a spectacular line-up of Kiwi bands from around the country on stage in the Mount Brewing Co Brewery.
Keep an eyeball out ...we heard a rumour that Winifred Sanderson and her sisters dodged Managed Isolation on their broomsticks and are showing up for a special guest appearance.
Candy Apples and Bloody good cocktail specials will be served and a night of dancing with the dead will be expected from all ye who enter the underworld.
It’s the Halloween Ball of the Year, so dress to scare if you dare.
Best dressed will get a trick or treat prize bag of voucher goodies.
Early bird tickets on sale now.
‘Twist the bones and bend the back , Itch-it-a-cop-it-a-Mel-a-ka-mys-ti-ca
Trim him of his baby fat, Itch-it-a-cop-it-a-Mel-a-ka-mys-ti-ca
Give him fur black as black, just. Like. This!’
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