The Little Lighthouse Foundation presents its 3rd annual Halloween Extravaganza, “Nightmare on the Beach,” on Saturday, October 27, 2012 from 8pm – 2am. This year the party will be held at The Bath Club, a historic Miami Beach venue. LIVE IT Productions International, part of the core production team at the Closing Ceremonies at the London 2012 Olympic Games, will once again design and produce the event. The celebration will feature visual treats, electronic beats, and whimsical performers as the entire space is transformed from dark into light, from Nightmare into Dream.
The outside courtyard will feature bites from some of Miami Beach’s best restaurants and caterers, including Rosa Mexicano, Thierry’s Catering, George’s Stone Crabs,My Ceviche,Mena Catering, Le Boudoir, MMMM Cupcakes, Catering Concepts, and a Nitrogen Bar designed by Cuisineworks. Inside, over 26,000 square feet of space representing six themed rooms have been renamed and redecorated featuring Salon Rouge, the Laser Lounge, Deep Blue Sea, and the Dream Den, where guests and fairies will mingle with the LED adorned Butterfly Queen and a special headliner DJ to spin the crowd into a jubilant frenzy.
Guests are urged to dress up in their scariest or sexiest outfit and come out to support The Little Lighthouse Foundation and local children and their families who struggle with medical, educational, emotional and financial challenges.
Tickets include food and a premium open bar all night. Tickets can be purchased at www.nightmareonthebeach.com, starting for a limited time at $100. VIP tickets and a LIMITED number of VIP Tables with unlimited bottles are also available
The Bath Club
5937 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33140
Saturday, October 27th
ABOUT THE LITTLE LIGHTHOUSE FOUNDATION The Little Lighthouse Foundation seeks, identifies and provides support to children and their families with health, educational, and financial challenges. This support comes through the deployment of LLF trained volunteers and/or select financial contributions. Beneficiaries include children, families, and select child orientated charities throughout South Florida. For more information visit www.thelittlelighthouse.org.
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