Dead Not Alive, Halloween 2011!

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It’s that time of year again! Pumpkins are for sale, dismembered limbs hang high above Lan Kwai Fong, and spooky decorations are popping up all over the city. In keeping with tradition, the legendary ‘Dead Not AliveHalloween party, hosted by the Alive Not Dead gang, will be taking place on Saturday, October 29th at Zuma.

Although there are other events happening around town, these guys take their Halloween party seriously. Previous Dead Not Alive parties have been wild fun, with a combination of quality crowd, great music and amazing costumes.

Dead Not Alive isn’t the type of party where you sit on the sidelines and gawk at other people’s costumes. If you want to attend, you must wear a costume. This is one of the reasons why the party always sells out.

This year the event features headlining DJ Ta-Shi, a three-time DMC champion from Japan, in addition to DJ Miss Yellow, an Alive Not Dead success story. Also in the mix are Seraphim Yami, Suki Wong, and Jeana Ho.

If you’re interested in attending, I highly recommend purchasing your tickets in advance, as the event does sell out! For detailed ticket information, go here.

Dead Not Alive
feat. DJ Ta-Shi, Miss Yellow, Seraphim Yami, Suki Wong, and Jeana Ho
Saturday, October 29th, 2011
Zuma
The Landmark 5 & 6 F,
15 Queens Road
Central, Hong Kong
11pm til late

Advance: $350HKD with two free drinks
At the door: $450HKD with two free drinks
Late entry (after 2am): $250HKD with one free drink

Halloween Hong Kong 2011
Starting from Friday night you can expect to see people parading around the city’s nightlife areas in costume. Bisous is having a special Halloween weekend, and if you’re not partied out, they are transforming the club into a haunted house on Monday night!

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XXX, another new nightlife option, will feature a special Halloween party titled ‘Screams for Children’ featuring Indie Rock and Alternative music on the 29th.

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For a nostalgic look back at previous Halloween celebrations in Hong Kong, check out 2008, 2007, and and 2006.

Happy Halloween!

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