The Top Ten Halloween Events in Miami
Who doesn't love the charms of the Halloween season? Hoards of half-dressed Big Birds, Duck Dynasty dudes and Miley Cyruses -- all with conveniently lowered inhibitions, thanks to spiked punch and Fireball shots. And that's just one piece of the pumpkin pie. There are mountains of candy, dachshunds dressed as hot dogs, drunken Monster Mashing, and all kinds of other adventures to be had.
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But how do you choose from the vast array of All Hallow's Eve activities over the next couple weeks? Easy -- just pick from our list of this year's best events.
Here are the top ten fun-filled activities to keep you busy until November makes an appearance.
10. Resorts World Bimini Studio 54 Halloween Extravaganza Cruise
Billed as a trip "back to the golden era," this party on waves is sure to be one of the wildest around. After all, it sets sail from the Port of Miami into international waters, stocked up with booze, food, table games and plenty of uninhibited passengers looking to relive the original Studio 54. Plus Gary Kelly, nightlife king, will be leading the show.
Saturday, October 26, 9 p.m.
Tickets start at $39.95 per person.Visit RWBimini.com.
9. 27th Annual Halloween Sundowner at The Vizcaya
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Arguably Miami's most beautiful event venue, the posh digs once belonging to James Deering get wild and wacky once a year. Here, you'll see the city's most elaborate costume display, from giant pigs to slutty peacocks to Marie Antoinette. People go allllll out.
Saturday, October 26th, 7 p.m.
Tickets run $165 apiece. Visit Vizcaya.org.
8. Save Dade's Armageddon 2013 at Miami Beach Convention Center
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This outrageous annual event is seriously sexy, chock full of barely dressed babes of both sexes. This year, attendees will go up against alien invaders. And the world ending is always one hell of an excuse to party. Proceeds benefit Save Dade's work to end discrimination against the LGBT community, so shell out the dinero.
Saturday, October 26, 10 p.m.
Tickets run $100 apiece. Visit SaveDade.org.
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