Hurricane Sandy? More like "Hurri-can't Sandy." The only hurricane that is about to hit Miami this Saturday, Oct. 27th is the return of the country's leading adult-themed Halloween costume party, Back in Black. The party is still on and has been moved to Club Space! All tickets purchased for Bicentennial Park will be honored.
Right in heart of Downtown Miami is the iconic Club Space, where party revelers will experience a solid lineup of dance's music's top acts, including Dirty South, Paul Van Dyk, Funkagenda, The Crystal Method, LA Riots, Electrick Dread featuring Kevens, and many more!
Go BIG Productions, , the team responsible for putting together Swedish House Mafia’s notorious Masquerade Motel parties and the newest addition to the festival roster UR1 Festival, has gotten together to bring us Back In Black, Miami’s largest costume dance music party.
For the third annual fest, EDM fans will get to don their dance friendly duds and lash out to some of the top names in the world of electronic music including Dirty South, Paul van Dyk, Funkagenda, The Crystal Method, LA Riots and Electrik Dread. Hosted in a 100,000 square foot tent in Miami’s Midtown, this year’s Back in Black promises to be the largest one yet with even more surprise artists, yet to be named.
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Don't you just love living in Miami where it's still warm enough in October to wear whatever you want? Whether your costume is creepy, creative or kinky, here is where to see and be scene this Halloween.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22nd
'Hula-ween' Luau at Solé on the Ocean: The ultra-contemporary boutique hotel in Sunny Isles Beach celebrates Halloween early with a pumpkin carving, paddle boarding, limbo contests (win a weekend stay) and a beachside Polynesian pig roast. A Mai Tai, valet and music by DJ Dutch and the Aloha Boyz are included in the price of admission. Festive attire is encouraged and will be rewarded. For reservations, call 786.923.9300 or email email@example.com. 5:00pm to 10:00pm, $25 per person.