Luxurious Halloween Fetes in Miami

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Thursday, October 25, 2012
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The high season is here on Miami Beach and Halloween kicks off a series of events in the city leading up to Art Basel. Halloween in Miami is not just for children, the most lavish parties are held during Halloween and many coindide with charities and are held at some of the most exclusive properties around the city. We chose three of the most exclusive events in the city held at The Bath Club, Al Capone's former home on Palm Island, and The Four Seasons Hotel and Residences. If you enjoy these properties, contact us for available listings! 
3rd Annual Nightmare on the Beach
Saturday from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.

The Little Lighthouse Foundation will host its’ third annual Nightmare on the Beach. Within 26,000 square feet will be six themed rooms decorated as Salon Rouge, the Laser Lounge, Deep Blue Sea and the Dream Dean. Part of this parties allure is its ideation from nightmare to dream. Some of Miami’s premier restaurants will be serving bites and the pyrotechnics will be unrivaled. Dress up in your Halloween best support The Little Lighthouse Foundation. This organization supports local children and their families who struggle with medical, educational, emotional and financial challenges. Tickets  include food and a premium open bar all night, start at $100 with VIP tickets and a limited number of VIP tables with unlimited bottles also available.
Hosted by The Little Lighthouse Foundation
The Bath Club
5937 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Veuve Clicquot Yelloween Masquerade Ball
Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label will be served from a custom outdoor bar on Edge Steak & Bar’s terrace at The Four Seasons. The stylish and spooky event will feature special pricing on Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label brute champagne ($65 bottles and $15 flutes), along with a cash bar featuring $10 cocktails all night.
Hosted by Edge Steak & Bar
Four Seasons Hotel Miami
1435 Brickell Avenue, Downtown Miami
305-381-3190 Table Reservations
Prohibition Party
Halloween Night from 8 p.m. to midnight

The historic Al Capone waterfront estate on Palm Island will be transformed into a Halloween extravaganza and fundraiser. The evening will include live entertainment, costumes, cocktails, charity gaming, and a silent auction. The event runs from 8 to midnight with live music, cocktails by Bar Lab for Bacardi, beverages by Société Perrier, food by TIKL Bar & Grill, and cigars by Wynwood Cigar Factory. Ticket packagesrange from $250 for one to $10,000 for ten guests and a special buy-in for a high stakes charity poker game. All proceeds go to The Wolfsonian – FIU. The event is sponsored in part by City National Bank.
Hosted by The Wolfsonian – FIU
Al Capone’s Waterfront Estate
93 Palm Avenue, Palm Island, Miami Beach
305-535-2626 (Kelsey Kyle)
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