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Disclosure: I received complimentary tickets for Halloween at the Addison. No monetary compensation has been received for this post. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.
There is no better place to be on Halloween night in South Florida than at the Five-Star-Diamond-Award-Winning event venue and historical landmark, the Addison! Halloween at the Addison has been named “Event of the Year” by Boca Magazine, and features a completely unique and one-of-a-kind experience that you will never, ever forget.
The public is invited on Wednesday, October 31st, from 7:30pm until midnight, to enjoy a classically scary night out in celebration of the iconic horror films of the 1930s — Dracula, Frankenstein, the Werewolf of London and The Mummy. Expect there to be extravagant costumes and decor and a haunted walk-through, as well as live music and entertainment, open bar with specialty craft cocktails, and some of the best food you’ll ever taste from the incredible culinary team at the Addison led by Executive Chef Patrick Duffy.
Early bird General Admission tickets are currently still available for $110 per person until September 30th, after which they will increase to $125. Tickets include entry, food, open bar, and entertainment, and proceeds benefit non-profit Slow Burn Theatre Company at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
There are also VIP tables available that seat up to ten guests. The cost is $2,500 which includes complimentary valet parking, access to the indoor VIP area with a private table, tableside food and beverage service, and champagne bottle service, in addition to General Admission benefits. Please note that tickets are non-refundable, and this is a rain or shine event! Click here to purchase.
This year, the Addison is adding a brand new event prior to the adult-only festivities. So the kiddos aren’t left out, the venue will host a Kids’ Monster Bash for families of elementary-aged children from 5-6:30pm, featuring a kid-friendly dance party, trick-or-treating with special characters and a kid-approved menu of light bites. Tickets are very limited and can be purchased at http://addisonhallowen.com/kids.
Don’t wait too long to purchase tickets, as the event will definitely sell out. Put on your thinking cap and start brainstorming about your costume. I know what I’ll be dressing up as — Roger and I have an epic couples costume planned. It’s always so much fun to browse online through stores like Spirit Halloween to look for unique costume ideas. You won’t believe some of the things people come up with! I’m looking forward to attending for the third year, and it just keeps getting better and better each time.
The Addison is located at 2 East Camino Real in Boca Raton. The building was originally built in 1926 by acclaimed architect Addison Mizner. It now serves as a renowned wedding and catering venue listed on the National Register of Historic Places.