Wed, Oct
31

Vampire Night Halloween Party

7:00pm – 11:00pm
¥1,000 (advance sales)¥1,500 (on the door)

Break out your ghoulish and outrageous outfits and join Tokyo Chapter and Tokyo Cheapo for a frightfully fantastic night to celebrate Halloween at Tokyo Cheapo’s home base, the spooky ninetytwo13 in Akasaka.

ninetytwo13 (AKA the Vampire’s Lair) is the place where each night, the vampires gather to devour helpless mortals. Vampires are immune to the weather, so rain, wind or moonshine the party is on!

If you don’t want to be drained, wear your best vampire costume to blend in. If your costume is incomplete, there will be a professional movie makeup artist on site (available for an extra fee) to make you look extra convincing.

Advance tickets are 1,000 yen while on-the-door tickets are 1,500. There will be free beer, non-acloholic drinks and snacks too, all you have to bring is your scariest self.

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