House of Horrors Halloween

29/10/2021 – 30/10/2021 @ 10:00 PM – 3:00 AM –

Located in the center of Maji, is a large white tent. It may be the last thing you ever see! Welcome to the tent of horrors! Mwaaahahaha!

House of Horrors Halloween
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Address
Maji Square
No. 1, Yumen Street Zhong shanG
Taipei

Taiwan


Date & Time
Date(s) - 29/10/2021 - 30/10/2021
10:00 PM - 3:00 AM

Event Details

Located in the center of Maji, is a large white tent. It may be the last thing you ever see! Welcome to the tent of horrors! Mwaaahahaha! We know it has been a tough year, so we will be doing up some of the strongest and cheapest drinks you will find! Drink Specials All NIGHT LONG!
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COSTUME CONTEST

$10,000 NT in CASH prizes for best costume, most unique costume, and judges favorite!

5 people will win! So dress to impress!
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DJS

Djs Mr SunShine
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Del Vibe
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Dj Dumpling
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Dj Pluche
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DJ Dito
Special thanks to Latino’s Taiwan!
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TICKETS

Super Early Bird ( OCT 10 – OCT 17 ) – $200 NT ( includes a free drink )

Early Bird ( OCT 18 – OCT 30 ) – $300 NT ( includes a free drink )

Tickets at Door – $400 NT ( includes a free drink )
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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS DEAL

In partnership with FSIT – Foreign Students in Taiwan

We will be offering 1/2 door tickets for all international students! Just show your school card and BANG you are in for only $200 NT!
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COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols

We will be sanitizing and taking temperatures. Please try to wear a mask when you can.
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VENUE

THE BIG TOP @ MAJI
here – https://www.facebook.com/bigtopmaji

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