Murder

Spyce Astoria in Queens

Wednesday 31st October 2018

9:00pm til 4:00am

Minimum Age: 18

Murder at 42-18 Halloween Party. 2 Rooms of Death & an Outdoor Cemetery with over 20 Live Performers...

 

Murder on Wednesday 31st October 2018

Murder at 42-18 Halloween Party at Spyce Astoria. 2 Rooms of Death/20 Live Performers/5 DJs/20,000 sq ft of Creepy Decor. Doors open 9pm/Costumes Preferred. Ladies Free & Gents $10 til 11pm w/ ticket.

Murder at 42-18 Halloween Party,
Wednesday, October 31st, 2018.

2 Rooms of Death & an Outdoor Cemetery with over 20 Live Performers, 5 DJs & 20,000 sq ft of Halloween Decorations.

Spyce Astoria - 42-18 31st Ave, Astoria, NY (Queens).

Music By:
Bobby Trends, Kass, Hollwood, Pereira.

Hosted By Pretty Lou.

Crime Scene Opens at 9pm / 21 & Older / Costumes Preferred.

Admission:
Ladies Free Admission Til 11pm only with this ticket.
Gents $10 til 11pm only with this ticket.
* No ticket means you pay full admission at the door.
* Even if you have a table you need a ticket.

Table Service:
$350 - 2 Bottles + Champagne (Stand Up Table);
$525 - 3 Bottles + Champagne (Sit Down Table);
$650 - 4 Bottles + Champagne (Sit Down Table).

Please Note:
Table Service is separate from the admission. There is still a cover at the door;
Tables available on a first come first serve basis unless you leave a 50% deposit;
Packages are only good til Midnight.

Category: Nightlife | Nightclub.

Sub-Categories: Nightlife | Other.

Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/290219-0?pid=27

Music Genres: 

Disco

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Entry Prices

Minimum age: 18

Entry price (public): NA (Additional fees may apply)

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