Drunkin Pumpkin Halloween Party 10/31/14

Drunkin Pumpkin Halloween Party
Friday, 10/31/2014 – 09:00 pm – 03:00 am
DRUNKENMoonchine Asian Bistro.Garden.Lounge
7100 Biscayne Boulevard,
Miami, Florida 33138
Webpage Link
Cost: $10 General, No Cover before 11pm

On Halloween Night, Moonchine Lounge invites you to join us for 1, or 2, or as many drinks as you can humanly handle at our Halloween Party extravaganza with OPEN BAR. Why pay for expensive drinks elsewhere?

Drunkin Pumpkin

Featuring the infamous DJ Scoobz
Playing your favorite Top40, Hip-Hop, and Reggae Music

Doors open 9:00pm
21 and Over (ID a must)

OPEN BAR WRISTBAND (3 hours 9pm – 12am)
● $20 pre-sold, see link below to purchase online
● $25 at the door

● Valet Parking: $5.00
● Costumes Preferred but not Required

Note: The Kitchen will be open until 1:00am

Please Drink Responsibly, Dont Drink and Drive

Thanksgiving Feast at Pilar Local Restaurant & Bar 11/27/14

Thanksgiving Feast at Pilar Local Restaurant & Bar
Thursday, 11/27/2014 – 12:00 pm –
PilarLogoPilar Local Restaurant & Bar
Aventura, Florida 33180
Webpage Link
Cost: Adults $40, children ages 5 – 11 for $25, children ages 4 and under complimentary

This Thanksgiving, Pilar Local Restaurant & Bar will be hosting a traditional holiday three-course feast. Menu items include Butternut Squash Soup, Nanny’s Brisket, Oven-Roasted Turkey, Pumpkin Pie and more.
Adults can dine for $40 and children ages 5 – 11 for $25, while children ages 4 and under will be served complimentary meals.

There will be three seatings on Thanksgiving Day for lunch and dinner: 12 p.m., 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m..

For more information and to make reservations please visit www.pilarrestaurantandbar.com, or call 305.937.2777.

Miami City Cemetery Tour 10/30/14

Miami City Cemetery Tour
Thursday, 10/30/2014 – 06:00 pm – 09:30 pm
Miami City Cemetery
1800 NE 2 Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33132
Webpage Link
Cost: Members: $20 Non-Members: $30

The ghost of Julia Tuttle, the “Mother of Miami” might be encountered on this tour, as you join HistoryMiami historian Dr. Paul George and lurk through Miami’s oldest cemetery. Visit the final resting places of Miami’s notables, famous and infamous. Bring a flashlight. Halloween costume optional. Limited parking inside the cemetery. Advanced reservations and payment recommended.

SAVE Dade 20th Annual Halloween Ball: Once Upon a Midnight Scary 10/25/14

savedade20th Annual Halloween Ball: Once Upon a Midnight Scary
Saturday, October 25, 2014, 10:00pp – 3:00am
The Historic Alfred I. Dupont Building
169 E Flagler St
Miami, FL 33131
Buy Tickets Online

This year’s event will be held at Downtown Miami’s spectacular Historic Alfred I. Dupont Building, truly one of South Florida’s premiere event spaces.

Sponsor Bacardi will supply their repertoire of brands including Grey Goose and Bombay Sapphire at double the bars of last year’s event (to help keep lines short — we heard your requests!). Prices at cash bars will range from $4 for nonalcoholic beverages, to $6 for well drinks or Hatuey Beer, and $8 for drinks mixed with top-shelf spirits.

On top of it all, this year’s VIP section will be set up inside the building’s spooky vacant bank vault complete with OPEN BAR, and for everyone else there will be undead “bank tellers” serving up your favorite drinks! AND, TRACY YOUNG is back by popular demand this year spinning your favorite dance and electronic tunes with the assist from retro-flavored DJ Bill James along with three DJs new to the Halloween Ball: Alex Ramos, Carlos Rojas, and Maximus 3000!

For your convenience, we are happy to offer valet parking at the event for $15. If the valet isn’t for you, there are parking lots for $5-$7 surrounding the venue. And of course, if you want to skip driving altogether, the event is located very close to Metrorail and Metromover connections (but remember, the Metro stops running at midnight and doesn’t reopen til 5AM — so if you come this way, plan to get a ride home!).

In 2014 we’ve given it all for equality, and that goes for the Halloween Ball, too. We’ve revamped and reloaded — and the only thing we’re missing to make the night truly terrifying is YOU!

Where To Be: 16/10 – 23/10

Here at In The Loop, we know there are always places to be and events to attend. Each Friday, we feature a special “where to be” post on our blog to make sure every day of the week has some sort of cultural event to check out. We hope that you all can come out into the community and learn and commemorate some influential people and events around Miami! Have something coming up that you’d like to see here? Tweet us @Loop305 using #WhereToBe hash tag!

Friday, October 17, 2014 8:00pm – 12:00am

Monster Masquerade

Miami Zoo

12400 SW 152nd St

Miami, FL

Cost: $60 (for members) | $65 (for nonmembers)

Tickets here!

Saturday, October 18, 2014 2:30pm – 7:00pm


Peacock Park 

2820 McFariane Road,

Coconut Grove, Florida

Cost: $40­­

Eventbrite Link

Sunday, ­­October 19, 2014 10:30am – 11:30am

Yogamusic Master Class Fundraiser for Buzzy Kids 

Enchanted Forest Elaine Gordon Park (Community Center)

1725 NE 135th St,

North Miami, FL 33181

Cost: $15 – $60

Eventbrite Link

Monday, October 20, 2014 5:00pm

Insanity Live

Ocean Fitness LLC – Margaret Pace Park

1775 North Bayshore Drive

Miami, FL 33132

Cost: $10

Eventbrite Link

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 6:00pm

Inaugural Exhibition, “Amerika”

David Castillo Gallery

420 Lincoln Road

Miami Beach, FL

Cost: Free

Miami News Times 

Wednesday, October 22, 2014 1:30pm – 5:30pm

Effective Presentation Skills Workshop

TALK Miami Language Center

1390 Brickell Ave, Suite 105

Miami, FL 33131

Cost: Free


Thursday, October 23, 2014 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Wine Class: Rediscover Bordeaux, World’s Famous Wine Region

Total Wine & More

1470 Biscayne Boulevard

North Miami, FL 33181

Cost: $20



30th Annual Main Street Festival of Lights 11/29/14

30th Annual Main Street Festival of Lights
Saturday, 11/29/2014 – 06:00 pm – 10:00 pm
FestivalOfLights-posterRESIZEDforonlinecalendarsMain Street
6709 Main Street,
Miami Lakes, Florida 33014
Facebook Link
Cost: Free

The annual tree lighting ceremony is just one of the many festivities planned for the annual Main Street “Festival of Lights,” now celebrating its 30th year. The Festival of Lights is a family tradition among residents of the Town of Miami Lakes and neighboring cities. The 30th Annual Main Street Festival of Lights is scheduled to take place along the two blocks of Downtown Miami Lakes. The event will be hosted by Y-100 and will feature Lighting of Main Street, indoor meet and greet with Santa, Live DJ, and performances by students from local schools, as well as games and prizes through 10 p.m.

Florida Event Productions and Jungle Island present Terror in the Jungle 10/2/14-11/1/14

Florida Event Productions and Jungle Island present Terror in the Jungle
Thurs.-Sun. and one Wed. from Oct. 2, 2014 – Nov. 1, 2014 from 7:30 pm till Midnight
terrorinthejungleJungle Island
1111 Parrot Jungle Trail
Miami, FL 33132
Group rates, frequent fear pass, corporate parties, event and sponsorship packages available.
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Terror in the Jungle is by Brandon Von Kittendorf, the creator of Festival of Souls (Demon Mansion), voted Florida’s Scariest Haunted House by Hauntworld.com.This Halloween super production will feature a chilling 40 x 22-foot Toxic Zombie Jungle Entrance that will lead guests through 5 acres of bloodcurdling Jungle trails to reach a terrifying 10,000 square-foot Ancient Ruins Pyramid Haunted House and a VIP Zombie Lounge sponsored by E11EVEN MIAMI. The jungle will be filled with booby traps, scary creatures, demons and military HAZMAT containment units while guests are chased by blood-thirsty mutated creatures and Indian zombies.

“We will provide Floridians with a memorably gruesome Halloween experience like no other. Come out and enjoy an evening with music, drinks, food and an increased pulse rate,” said Brandon Von Kittendorf, Scare Master at Florida Event Productions.

“We’re excited that Brandon Von Kittendorf chose Jungle Island to serve as the venue for his award-winning Halloween attractions over the next three years,” said John Dunlap, President & CEO of Iconic Attractions Group, which manages Jungle Island. “This attraction will heighten guests’ senses and be a true test of courage for those who dare to conquer it.”

Guests are encouraged to attend in costumes. Random prizes will be awarded to the best. Those who wet their pants or don’t make it through Terror in the Jungle will be added to the Wall of Lost Souls.

At the end of each evening head to the official after party held at E11EVEN MIAMI, a 20,000 square feet $40 million nightclub and show club, where state-of-the-art technology meets five-star hospitality.


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