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BB’s 30th Annual Halloween Bash at the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs

BB’s 30th Annual Halloween Bash at the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs

 BB’s 30th Annual Halloween Bash at the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs

The Legendary Halloween Bash is back for the 30th!

Join us at the premier event of the fall season, the legendary Halloween Bash at the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs.
This year’s 30th Annual Bash promises to be even more outrageous and entertaining than last year’s party which had over 3,000 in attendance and was again nominated for “Event of the Year” in the Desert Sun’s “Best of the Valley” awards! Halloween Night
Friday, October 31st, 2014
8:30 p.m. – 2 a.m.

Three floors and five huge rooms of entertainment <<
Multiple DJs’ playing a variety of music & Live It Up Production’s “Monster Rock” stage show poolside

Plenty of BarsDJs’ include: Ray Phillips, Courtland Marlett, Aaron C, C3ASARE, JF//Discord, Tommy O’connor, Anwaar Himself, & many more TBA

Advance tickets $20 online at https://showclix.com/event/3873353 or at www.PartyWithBB.com * $30 at the door * You can print your ticket or use paperless mobile option (code sent to phone day of party) * Portion of proceeds benefiting The Pet Rescue Center

RSVP and share this invite if you like! * Get your tickets early, this event will sell out! * 21 + to attend.

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To view photos of past parties or to be informed of future events go towww.PartyWithBB.com

More info:
BB at 760-880-1059

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