The Tennessee Williams Fest Halloween Bash
Written by Editors
Wednesday, 14 October 2009 13:14
What better way to celebrate the Halloween season than with an evening both scary and literary?
Crawl out of your crypts and drag your corpses down to the LITERARY LEGENDS HALLOWEEN BASH on Friday, October 23rd at the Gazebo Café at the historic French Market. The haunting starts when the clock strikes 8 and goes until the witching hour (midnight).
Come dressed as your favorite literary character for a chance to win wicked prizes in the costume contest, and dance until your limbs fall off to the music of Flowtribe. With spooky poetry readings by Chuck Perkins, Laura Miller, and Chris Champagne, fabulous raffle prizes, Stella beer specials, and hair-raising fun.
Proceeds from the Halloween Bash support the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival. Tickets are just 10 bones and are available at the door.
Visit www.tennesseewilliams.net for more information and to learn about the Fest.
And why not make a full evening of it? Come early for the French Market’s BOO CARRÉ PREVIEW PARTY 5-8 P.M. at the FARMERS MARKET
5-7 p.m. 101 Runners (Mardi Gras Indian Funk) 7-8 p.m. Man-Witch, all-female rock band.
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