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DC to Host Annual Halloween Dance Party in Navy Yard


DMV area residents are lucky to have another spooky Halloween event to attend this Saturday, in the heart of the District: Nightmare in Navy Yard in its third year.

The Halloween dance party and costume contest will take place at 1385 Canal Street, Southeast, in Navy Yard at 8:00 pm on October 29.

General admission tickets cost $20, early bird all-access party pass which includes open bar is $55, all-access party pass with open bar is $65, all-access party pass with open bar is $75, and all-access party pass with open bar is $85. 

Sponsored by Scorpio Entertainment, the event features live DJ performances & music from various genres and decades (including Halloween-themed classics), a three-hour open bar, a costume contest, digital decor, haunted props, and animatronics.

In the 12,000 square-foot party space, party-goers will get to enjoy laser lighting and special FX such as strobe lighting, fog, and other special FX features. 

Open bar offers beer, wine, and cocktails for guests who are 21 years and older.

Note that there will be no ticket sales at the event venue. Here you can find more details, and for your questions, you can contact the organizers at (202) 536-4495.

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