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Oct 24, 2013
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Three Nights of Halloween Entertainment at Shrine

Three Nights of Halloween Entertainment at Shrine

Taboo at Shrine.

If sitting around the house dispensing candy to little monsters isn’t your idea of a good time, grab your costume and head to Shrine Nightclub at Foxwoods for “Wicked Halloween” entertainment from some of the biggest DJs on the scene today.

The Asian-inspired two-story venue is offering not one but three costume-party bashes, kicking off on Saturday, Oct. 26, with multi-platinum hip hop artist, singer, rapper, dancer, actor Taboo of the Grammy-winning Black Eyed Peas.  Then, on Oct.  29, award-winning DJ, producer, musician Hardwell (aka Robbert van de Corput) takes center stage. Ranked No. 6 in DJ Mag‘s “Top 100” of 2012, he’s already a sensation in the EDM world at 25. His “Spaceman” track was distributed in more than 25 countries worldwide.

Finally, on Halloween night, Oct. 31, chart-topping megastar Benny Benassi will deliver what promises to be a memorable evening of techno, electro and house-infused sounds. Benassi is a frequent headliner at festivals around the globe, including Ultra Music Festival, Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival, and has done high-profile remixes with stars like Madonna, Kelis, David Bowie and Chris Brown.

Shrine is arguably the best partying place in the state—the 21,000-square-foot Las Vegas-style space accommodates up to 1,200 guests and features two outdoor fire-pit terrace spaces and the only state-of-the-art custom Funktion One Sound System and DJ booth in New England. There are 30 VIP bottle service tables, two full-service bars and a frozen vodka and champagne bar.

We can’t think of a better place to spend Halloween . . . Can you?

Three Nights of Halloween Entertainment at Shrine

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