Vampire Ball Celebrates Halloween Season With Style


_mg_3087-resizedScorpius Dance Theatre and Davisson Entertainment will present Arizona’s first-ever Vampire Ball October 28 from 8pm-2am. Hosted by Vamp, Faris DuVal, this sexy, stylish affair is perfectly themed for creatures of the night to celebrate the Halloween season. The people watching will be just as fangtastic as the entertainment. Guests are encouraged to dress to the nines in their most captivating vampire or goth attire.

The evening will be filled with plenty of spellbinding spectacles, including original dance and aerial vampire-themed works created by the Valley contemporary dance company, Scorpius Dance Theatre. Throughout the night, mix and mingle, strike a seductive pose for photos, sip on bloody beverages from a no-host bar, and admire the alluring body paint of vampire models. Perish Dignam will make a special appearance for photo opportunities, as well as mesmerizing the crowd with a metal grinding performance.

When the clock strikes midnight, it’s Transylvania time. Dance the rest of the night away to gothic/industrial/techno beats by DJs Defense.Mekanizm and Self.Destrukt, as well as electronic band and DJ duo, Bella Lune._mg_4756

Sponsored by The Listening Room Phoenix, a special VIP area will include early entry, appetizers, a dessert bar, as well as additional exclusive perks. General admission pricing for the Vampire Ball ranges from $29 to $40 and VIP admission is $49 to $80. Beginning at midnight, tickets are only $20 at the door. For more information, visit www.phxvampireball.com. Ticket sales support Scorpius Dance Theatre’s 13th season of the cult classic production of A Vampire Tale. The Vampire Ball is being held in The Grand Ballroom at Club Palazzo: 710 North Central Avenue, in Downtown Phoenix.


Photos by Rose Torres

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