From the creators of last year’s Halloween hit, Gatsby Gone Goth at The Raleigh, SuperMarket Creative invites you to the 5th Annual Halloween Event with Miracle Entertainment – Veni Vidi Vici – Sweat Records – Spinello Projects – TARA, Ink – Stash Wardrobe. – Flavorpill
Present: Oh, Jack….. Whitechapel, London 1888: An Evening with Jack The Ripper
Victorian x Steampunk
Special guest DJ Penguin Prison
Early bird tickets starting at $20.
Special Black Carpet for the most interesting costumes presented by Dirty Mag. Dress to impress.
Hosted by : Miami Art Museum, New World School of the Arts, Quintessentially and Product 81.
Brought to you by Dos Equis + 42 Below
All Costumes Welcome. Need a couture costume? Check out Stash Wardrobe in Wynwood. Call 305-799-8118 for appointments (they style you).
On Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011, Dream South Beach, the newly opened, imaginative, whimsical Art Deco hotel, and local brand development and events agency SuperMarket Creative will present â€œOh Jackâ€â€”a Jack the Ripper-themed Halloween party.
SuperMarket Creative, now in its fifth year of organizing South Floridaâ€™s most memorable Halloween events, will also partner with Miami Art Museum, luxury lifestyle group Quintessentially, creative lab Product/81 and New World School of the Arts, which is creating an eerie masquerade gallery, sponsored by Dos Equis, entitled Alter Ego that will be unveiled and prominently displayed at the event. Returning sponsors and tastemakers include men-about-town Jose Ortiz, Nick Dâ€™Annunzio and Ernesto Reyes, famed stylists and owners of STASH Wardrobe Rental Danny Santiago and Teddy Gunter, Sweat Recordsâ€™ Lolo Reskin, Spinello Galleryâ€™s Anthony Spinello, Veni Vidi Vici, Miracle Entertainment Group and Dirty-Mag.com. Cocktails will be provided by 42Below vodka and Dos Equis beer.
As creators of last yearâ€™s hit Halloween soirÃ©e â€œGatsby Gone Gothâ€ at The Raleigh hotel, SuperMarket Creativeâ€™s Michelle Leshem and Sean Drake are determined to raise the bar and transform Dream South Beachâ€™s entrance and sleek rooftop lounge HIGHBAR into London circa 1888, complete with a ghastly re-creation of the cityâ€™s East End Whitechapel district.
Arriving guests will make their way down a black carpet and pose for photographer Stian Roenning inside dark settings, such as the bedroom of Mary Kellyâ€”Jack the Ripperâ€™s final victim. HIGHBAR will feature a live DJ set by Penguin Prison, who will make his Miami debut and spin his popular remixes of Goldfrapp, Marina and the Diamonds, Kylie Minogue and Passion Pit, among others. Local DJs Ess & Emm and Ruen will also be on deck throughout the night. Complimentary Dos Equis and Magners Original Irish Cider will be available from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m., with $5 drink specials to follow.
Boys and ghouls are encouraged to dress up in their best Victorian or Steampunk garb, though all costumes are welcome. STASH Wardrobe Rental will offer all â€œOh Jackâ€ guests 10% off their extravagant costume creations. For the most interesting spirits, Dirty-mag.com will capture those victims on the black carpet for a potential feature in its online magazine.
Admission is $25 in advance and $35 at the door. To purchase tickets, please visit www.ohjackhalloween.com. For table reservations, please contact email@example.com.Thank you for using Soul Of Miami!