The Social Event in South Florida--Oct 24, 2009

Thursday, October 15, 2009

There are only a handful of events that stand out as THE SOCIAL EVENT in South Florida where you don't have to be filthy rich, well connected or half naked to get access and still partake in the festivities and rub elbows with Miami's socialites. Best of all-- no yawning at the end of the evening as a result of a standard, stuffy black tie, applaud-for-strangers-on-stage, and live-band-that-would-put-the-dead-to- sleep-type fundraiser. On the contrary, it's a party for a good cause that is always memorable and never routine or boring. An event that calls for an atypical dress code, and where "misbehaving" is encouraged, and "booing" is almost mandatory. One such event occurs every year at ... and this music will raise the dead!



Unveiling The Vizcayans Young Professionals annual Halloween Bash that kicks off Miami’s Halloween season and the 23rd consecutive fall fundraiser to support the preservation of Vizcaya.

Stately Vizcaya Museum & Gardens , plays host to Heads of State, captains of commerce, bridal parties and thousands of daily visitors who delight in touring South Florida’s only nationally accredited landmark. But on one night this year—Saturday, October 24, from 8 pm to midnight-- headless waiters, dead Presidents, Musketeers and Brides of Frankenstein, along with 2000 other costumed celebrants will take over the famed mansion and grounds...and with good cause!




The $100 ticket price includes open super-premium bar, music from dual DJs, two dance floors, Halloween costume contest and food court. One hundred percent of proceeds benefit the 501 (c )(3) group, which engages in protecting and preserving the nearly 100-year-old treasure.

Always a sold-out event, the Halloween Happening attracts South Florida's social scene from the tri-county area and beyond. Miami networker and Plum TV host Erin Newberg, who will be starring in an upcoming VH1 reality TV series, is Honorary Chair.

Partners, including South Florida Lincoln Dealers, Patrón Spirits, Stella Artois Lager, Pyrat Rum, Ultimat Vodka, Red Bull and media supporters like SocialMiami.com contribute to the night’s monster success.

Get your tickets now! So you can see Michael Jackson raised from the dead! At least that's what the spirits in my crystal ball are mornfully predicting [witches cackle in background]. Call 305-856-4866 or visit http://www.vizcayahalloween.com/.

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