Make your Monster Bash Ten Times Bigger

$1,000 in cash prizes, including $500 for best costume at this year's event at Eagles Club Oct. 29

If you haven’t started working on your Halloween costumes, it might be time to start.

Then they’ll be ready for Saturday, Oct. 29, when the Eagles Hall will play host to the 2016 Halloween Monster Bash, featuring Ten Times Bigger.

“It’s been a few years since we’ve done one of these, so we’re pretty excited to be part of such a cool event again,” says the band.

The evening will also start a new chapter for long time local rockers, as they welcome veteran keyboardist/vocalist, Eric Baumgartner into the fold.

The Monster Bash is not a costume mandatory dance, although there are $1,000 in cash prizes, including $500 for best costume. So if you’re coming to compete, or just to watch, or even just to let your inner zombie out on the dance floor, come for fun, and bring your I.D. because you must be 19 years old to attend.

Tickets are $20, and are available at the Music Plant, Balloons N More Party Shop in Willow Point, and at the Lounge at the Eagles Club.

The doors open at 7:30 p.m. with the band taking the stage at 8:30. There will be safe rides home by donation to Cameryn’s Cause.

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