Looking for the Hautest Halloween Party in Miami? Year after year Save Dade has put on the most lavish, outlandish and outrageous Halloween party in true South Beach style.
Tickets are going fast for this year’s hottest fundraiser, Hellrotika: Seed of the Beast, SAVE Dade’s 17th Annual Halloween event, to be held Saturday October 29, 2011, 8:00 pm at Jungle Island’s Sabal Palm Courtyard. Last year Hellrotika: Circus of Lost Souls brought out more than1,200 partygoers, and even more are expected to attend this year’s celebration/fundraiser/horror show, which is praised as the “premier” Halloween event in South Florida.
Hellrotika: Seed of the Beast is planned as a perfect combination of dance party and immersive, multi-media experience with theatrical performances, a costume contest, food vendors and the latest dance music played by local night club DJs that include Pabel Lima, Doug Jackson, MIIK and Essential 6. This year’s event will also feature a Seven Deadly Sins fashion show, Go Go Ghouls and a “pose off” performance by the House of Hellrotika. The night will be hosted by local comedian and actor, Michael Martini.
“We hope that this year’s fundraiser will help us reach new audiences and take the SAVE Dade mission to greater heights. Not only have we sponsored a great Halloween party for the last 16 years, but we’ve succesfully created an environment of inclusion and acceptance that goes beyond the limits of the LGBT Community,” said CJ Ortuño, SAVE Dade’s Executive Director.
Hellrotika: Seed of the Beast general admission tickets will be $40 in advance until October 14th, $60 after and at the door. Cocktails and food will be available for purchase.
The VIP experience includes premium open bar and hors d’oeuvres served in an exclusive VIP area. Free valet parking is included.
Tickets are available now online at www.hellrotika.com or by phone at (305)751-7283. Jungle Island is located at 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail | Miami, Florida 33132.
As one of SAVE Dade’s major fundraising events, all money raised at Hellrotika will fuel SAVE’s efforts in fighting for equality.