Gemini & Scorpio
cordially request your presence at
Sixth Annual Masquerade Macabre
Saturday, Oct 25, 8pm-4am, $20* adv / $25* door / $15 after 12am, 21+ (25+ recommended)
Light Space, 1115 Flushing Ave, 3 blocks from Jefferson stop on the L
Official site & details: http://www.geminiandscorpio.com/events.html
Tickets now on sale: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/204213
Twitter: @gemini_scorpio / #MasqMacabre
A marvellous and mysterious event...a Halloween celebration of the extravagant and the grotesque...an all-night spectacle of atmosphere, costumery and diverse entertainments...an explosion of live music, dancing, circus arts, and late-night revelry, snake-charmed into an absinthe-fueled early-morning speakeasy.
Featuring live, 9pm-12am: back from over a year of touring his hit circus show LIMBO, circus composer Sxip Shirey with a handpicked Jank! band. French brass band Radio Kaizman, rocking their special blend of hip hop, New Orleans brass and Latin rhythms. Bloody burlesque by Minx Arcana. Fire sorcery by Tara McManus. Aerial artistry by Emelie Sandberg. Demonic dance floor by G&S favorites Joro Boro and DJ Shakey 12am-3am, slinking into sexy lounge mode after with DJ Reaganomics. Frighteningly accurate fortunes told by witchy mistress Marcy Currier. Dark visuals by VJ Fuzzy Bastard. Haunted forest lounge. Absinthe and other mind-altering potions by The House of St Eve (yes, t.h.o.s.e. cocktails).
*An additional $30 gets you a commemorative Masquerade Macabre hip flask engraved with the monster hybrid Victorian couple from the event flyer.
Inspiration: macabre carnival, aberrations of nature, cabinet of curiosities, dark Victoriana, evil funhouse, steampunk, Jan Svankmaier & Brothers Quay films, Freaks, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. Think dark & creepy. Or dark & funny. Or whatever your Halloween costume happens to be. But if we have to ask, it's not a costume.
"Live music, dancing, absinthe and the dark arts" - The New York Times. "Late-night absinthe-fueled revelry, with dancing, circus arts, and a Victorian-inspired dress code." - The Village Voice. "Expect off-the-wall antics" - Huffington Post. "Denizens of the night...down absinthe until the sun rises." - TimeOut New York. "Absinthe-fueled debauchery." - Paper. "Vintage-inspired spectacle." - New York Press. "This quintessential New York experience, a costume-required masquerade ball, offers a cornucopia of pleasures guaranteed to keep you going all night (and morning) long." - Flavorpill. "Collection of artists who revel in all things exotic, sensual and creative." - Examiner
Light Space (View)
1115 Flushing Ave
New York, NY 11205
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|
||I really wanted to go to this party but when I noticed, it was sold out. I put my name on admission list. I received confirmation letter. Does it mean I can get into the place for sure? Thank you|
||We are limiting door entry to RSVPs, but that list is long, and there may be a wait to get in. Your best bet is coming way early or way late to avoide the line. We'll do our best to accommodate all RSVPs.|
||Hi, My name is Michael Brady. I was wondering if there are 2 VIP tickets available for the event tmrw. |
||Hi Michael -- VIP tickets *can* be purchased at door, as it'll be early, and we'll have room.|
||What are my chances of getting a ticket on the door tonight? If I show up before 9/purchase tickets to the VIP salon? I RSVPed through Facebook but now I see tickets are sold out...|
||YES, you can buy a VIP ticket at the door; we have room at that point.|