Fright Night On Bleecker Street

Fright Night on Bleecker Street Venue:
Fri Oct 31 2014 6:00PM
New York
157 Bleecker Street
Type: General Admission, Price:$10.00 Buy Your Ticket
Type: After 1AM Admission, Price:$5.00 Buy Your Ticket

Halloween 2014 in New York City is going to be devilishly hot this year at Carroll Place’s Fright Night on Bleeker Street Halloween party. Check in with your wildly risqué side, don on your favorite Halloween costume and get ready to play with NYC’s sexiest and most wicked party monsters: this Halloween night, Carroll Place’s two levels of hair-raising party mayhem will be to die for. Highlights of Carroll Place’s sinful Fright Night on Bleeker Street party include:

• Live DJ performance of sets of Top 40, Hip Hop, Rock, House and more

• Ticket and Bottle Package options

• One-hour vodka open bar

…and a photographer to capture all the pandemonium of the night.

Whether your Halloween starts with the Halloween Parade or when the night falls, when it comes time to get mischievous, head to Carroll Place’s Fright Night on Bleeker Street bash where you can bask in the eerie thrill of times past and party like there’s no tomorrow among the beautiful creatures of NYC. There might be history in the building, but this party will give you the shivers with the latest and greatest in NYC nightlife: a live DJ will spin hellishly smoldering hits of Top 40, Hip Hop, House and Mash Ups as the naughty nurses and scary vampires wreak havoc on the dance floor. A one-hour vodka open bar gets this frightfully scandalous party started and for the party fiends with even more sinful tastes,

Bottle Packages will satiate your thirst for the VIP experience with amenities like priority admission, table service, and more. Carroll Place, located in NYC’s historically cool Greenwich Village, offers 6,700 square feet of seductively rustic party space over two levels. This Halloween, revel amid the cabin-chic main floor or head up to the debauchery-ready Living Room with its decadent red velvet sofas, chandeliers and atmospheric lighting. Steeped in spook-tacular NYC history, this winebar and nightlife destination is supported by hearty 180 year-old floors and wooden beams while the lower level showcases dreadfully curious artifacts unearthed during the venue’s renovation.

Posted By Stefano Bouzari

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