Four Spooktacular Events in One!
Click on links below to sign up and/or get tickets!
Downtown Trick or Treat from 5:00-7:00.
German Witches Dance Performance & Costume Competition,
performed in front of Phyre Brewery, is at 8:00pm! It was fun last year, and it will be a blast this year! We are searching for Adult Witches and Warlocks to participate in our German Witches Dance!
There will be prizes given for
Best Costume and Best Decorated Broom/Staff!
And then you will be able to perform the simple Witches Dance that you have been taught.
(Last year, the dance was competitive. This year there’s no pressure, Just Have Fun!)
This is a VERY SIMPLE dance for you to learn, and there is plenty of room to improvise. We will hold 3 rehearsals at Garage Bar on October 8th, 15th, & 22nd at 10:00am. You are not required to attend all rehearsals, as the dance is simple enough to learn in one session. However, you certainly may, so that you feel fully confident to dance with the rest of the group!
The performance will take place in front of Phyre Pinup Speakeasy & Brewery
*$10 Entry Fee – Participants must be 18 and older
Historic Ghost Tour is at 9:00pm.
St. Cloud has a lot of history, but did you know that we also have ghosts lurking about? Now is your chance to meet them. This tour will feature multiple stops where you will learn about the ghosts haunting the building as well as the history.
And spend the night at the “haunted” Hunter Arms Hotel at the discounted rate of $70 plus tax! Call 407-891-9855 to reserve your room.
Tickets are $10.
And the movie “Two Thousand Maniacs*”, filmed here in St. Cloud, will be shown at the St. Cloud Twin Theater at 10:00pm!
$10 Admission. Click on Link on scan QR Code to purchase tickets.
*Two Thousand Maniacs! is a 1964 American horror film written and directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis and starring 1963 Playboy Playmate Connie Mason. It follows a group of Northern tourists who are savagely tortured and murdered during a Confederate celebration of a small Southern community’s centennial.
It was the second part of what the director’s fans later dubbed “The Blood Trilogy”, a trio of films starting with 1963’s Blood Feast and ending with 1965’s Color Me Blood Red. The film has been noted by critics as an early example of Southern caricature in grindhouse films, as well as for its sensationalizing of national perceptions between the North and South.
*This movie is for Adults 18 and older Only. It has adult themes and strong violence. Viewer discretion advised.
*18 and older. Viewer discretion advised.