Dark side and the city
The third Vampire Ball will be held this coming Saturday April 13th at the legendary venue Cabaret Sauvage.
The place opened in 1997 on a smaller scale but success will decide the owner Meziane Azaïche to built a much larger big top, one of the largest in Europe, to host bigger events. Red velvet, chiselled wood, mirrors and lights, a round dancing floor, a place meant for partying along with your closest 1200 friends! The events are always diverse and colorful whether it is a concert, a cabaret performance, a circus or a ball.
Located on the north edge of Paris in La Villette Park near the Cité des sciences, Cabaret Sauvage is easy to reach by subway an the opportubity to explore another and modern aspect of Paris.
Saturday, this endless night rated number 1 Halloween party in the world will have a lot to offer: special performances, costume contests, live belly dance, fashion show, burlesque and bizarre!
Dresscode is strict vampyre, ubergothic, steampunk, bal du masque, neo-Victorian, medieval or black die. Minimum black on black suit or dress with mask. Fangs and masks encouraged but not required. NO street cloths, blue jeans, kakhis or sneakers. In Paris dress as a … gothic Parisian!
Friday night Pre-party will be held at La Manufacture on Friday April 12th with DJs David and Marquis. Strict EN dresscode. €20 at the door all welcome in dress code.
Tickets are €25 for general admission in advance, €30 at the door. €99 for weekend VIP tickets including a VIP wristband and secret events all weekend. Advanced tickets available online at ParisVampireBall.com, Darkland, Manoir du Paris and the Groft.
Paris Vampire Ball
www.parisvampireball.com or www.endlessnightvampireball.com.
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