OTIS DAY - THE KINGSMEN - ANIMAL HOUSE HALLOWEEN PARTY
$39 General Admission tickets still available at door. 6pm doors, 7pm show.
Oregon Film Museum presents OTIS DAY and THE KINGSMEN in celebration of "Animal House"
* Plus THE. ANIMAL. HOUSE. TOGA. PARTY. MOVIE. SET! *
** "BLUES BROS." CURTIS SALGADO & D.K. STEWART JUST ADDED! **
with The Cry - The Hauer Things - The Mean Reds
** With MC SHEILA HAMILTON! **
The 'Louie Louie' Kingsmen and Otis 'Make Me Wanna Shout' Day perform in a night-before-Halloween celebration of the anniversary of shooting the infamous party scenes in the Animal House movie shot 39 years ago in Oregon!
Adding to the evening's fun are The Cry, plus visceral Portland garage-band The Hauer Things and 1960's retro-punk all-woman power-poppers, The Mean Reds. All bands play short 15-minute back-to-back sets which packs the entertainment.
The celebration presented by The Oregon Film Museum, whose mission is to celebrate the art and legacy of film and filmmaking in the state of Oregon.
A historic assembly of Animal House cast, crew, and props from the original Eugene house that served as the film's set is being organized on site by Oregon Film Factory. Oregon Film Factory's documentary on the making of Animal House, 'Animal House of Blues 33 1/3 Edition', releases internationally this year.
Tickets highly recommended to purchase in advance.
* Costumes welcome and encouraged *
** 6:55pm: Costume Contest **
Costumes: Toga sheet and laurel wreath (à la Bluto Blutarski);
1960's-era; The Mummy; Frankenstein; Bride of Frankenstein; Angel and Devil -- or Kevin Bacon's very first movie role, Chip Diller from Animal House.
As Otter from the movie puts it: "They are all a bunch of Animals!"
Event is hosted by KINK-FM personality, 5-time Emmy winner Sheila Hamilton.
Animal House public display and Box Office at 4pm.
21 & over.
Co-presented by Oregon Film Factory - 750/102.9 The Game
Sponsored by Koerner Camera Systems
Exchange Ballroom (View)
123 NE 3rd Ave
Portland, OR 97232
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|