Halloween Is Finally Here: Grab A Bite Before A Scary Night Out
The coming days will be wild in New Orleans as the city celebrates Halloween. Before heading out and getting a good scare make sure you grab a bite to eat. Take your friends and family to Mulate’s conveniently located in the Warehouse District and enjoy some authentic Cajun cuisine. Check out some of the Halloween events you don’t wanna miss:
Scout Island Scream Park VIP Halloween Party
While most Halloween attraction in and around the city have been scaring you and your family since the end of September, Scout Island Scream Park in City Park has been saving the best for last. The Scout Island Scream Park VIP Halloween Party is happening Friday October 26th or Saturday October 27th from 7pm to midnight. When you get a ticket for the party, you will be able to skip the general admission lines.
The VIP Halloween Party ticket also serves as an Express Pass to all attractions and rides and it’s unlimited! You will get access to the private VIP area with music located behind the Kraken. You will see the Kraken as you enter the Scream Park. There will also be an open bar inside the Kraken. This is a 21+ ticket which will cost $ 99 per person per night. Lyft is offering 50% off for 2 rides for Scout Island Scream Park use code SCREAM18 We will only sell a limited number of tickets so get yours today: https://scoutislandscreampark.com/hours/
Vampire Ball 30th Anniversary
Join Anne Rice’s Vampire Lestat Fan Club for our 30th Gathering of the Coven and the 300th anniversary of Nouvelle Orleans with a lavish Masquerade Ball celebrating the tricentennial of vampires in New Orleans! 300 Years of Vampires! Dress in your favorite time period, 1718 to present (long formal with Mask)
For more information and tickets visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/2087834381451427/
The ball takes place Friday October 26th, from 8pm to 4am at the Historic New Orleans Board of Trade
at 316 Magazine Street. Open Bar and food are included in the admission price. Expect a costume contest with prizes sponsored by the Gulf Coast International Costumers’ Guild. Through out the night,
Vintage Dancer Masters will give instruction on several Ballroom dances so when those songs play…. join us in dance as we are transported to another time….Dance Cards will be given as a keepsake to record the dances and encourage everyone to mingle and meet some “new blood”
Park-A-Boo is a 3 day Halloween Festival from October 26 through October 28 at Lafreniere Park. The festival is designed for children under 13 years to costume and enjoy the Halloween season. Multiple attractions allow a variety of activities that are age appropriate for families to enjoy together. The Boo House is our version of a not too scary haunted house. Trick or Treat along Treat Street and stop by 10 ”houses” to get a candy treat. Have your face painted: its free. Get a balloon sculpture; its free too! Stop by the Story Tent and listen to a Halloween story. Play any one or all of the 10 games to win a candy treat. They are all free to play. Bring your camera or cellphone to take a photo with any one of the many roaming cartoon characters you will find on the festival grounds. Sing and dance to the music on the Entertainment Stage. Boo-tiful Costume Contests are on stage daily: Friday at 6:30, Saturday at 3:30 and 5:30, and Sunday at 3:30. Register 30 minutes before each contest at the Entertainment Tent. Cost is $5. Every contestant wins a trophy or a medallion. Food and beverages are available for purchase. Menu includes: Domino’s Pizza, hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, pickles, soft drinks and bottled waters .Festival grounds are alcohol and smoke free. No pets, please. For more information visit: http://www.park-a-boo.com/
To enjoy Cajun food, join us at Mulate’s for authentic Cajun cuisine, music, and dancing.
We’re located at 201 Julia Street in the Warehouse District, and laissez les bon temps rouler. For more information, call (504) 522-1492 or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about accommodating large groups.