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29th Annual Halloween Sundowner at Vizcaya – Bring Your Alter Ego

29th Annual Halloween Sundowner at Vizcaya – Bring Your Alter Ego

by Sep Niakan | September 24, 2015

Halloween’s the perfect excuse to get away with outlandish costumes and unleash your alter ego. In its 29th year, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens invites revelers to indulge their creative side, put on outrageous costumes and come over to Miami’s premier Halloween event on October 30.

With the promise of an unforgettable night, the magnificent estate has arranged a fantastic line up of food, drink and live entertainment set against the breathtaking backdrop of Biscayne Bay. All the effort you put into your getup will be rewarded with a costume competition hosted by popular sports radio personality Joy Taylor.

And what’s a party without good food? That’s why the 10-acre estate will have eats from Whole Foods and Crepe Maker among other sponsors. Expect a selection of craft beer by Wynwood Brewing and Biscayne Bay Brewing Company, five full bars by Premiere Beverage and Bacardi, and wine from Ghost Pines and Michael David Winery to keep your spirits high from 8 p.m. until midnight.

Member tickets are going for $140, while general admission is $165. It's a 21 and over event and all proceeds will benefit the promotion, protection and preservation of the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. It's a great night for you to indulge both your naughty and nice side in one go.



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