The Battle of Heaven and Hell is occurring in South Beach’s Lummus Park as The Little Lighthouse Foundation hosts it’s sixth annual Nightmare on the Beach Halloween party on Saturday, October 31, 2015. The Little Lighthouse Foundation supports children and their families who struggle with educational, financial and medical hardships. Celebrating six years of making a difference, the Little Lighthouse Foundation had grown exponentially from 20 to over 800 devoted volunteers and has recently been selected as a Finalist for Switchboard Miami’s 2015 Volunteerism Award as well as the Switchboard All-Star Award.
South Florida’s premier Halloween event will offer guests a unique outdoor nightclub experience where they fall into the fierce clash between Heaven and Hell. Upon entering, revelers will choose between good and evil as they are whisked away into two magical dimensions filled with thrills and chills. This event will also feature multiple Halloween themed pavilions and tents, including two lounges presented by Dos Equis appropriately dubbed “Dos Heaven” and “Dos Hell,” featuring NO2 ice cream, make-your-own smores and themed cuisine. In addition, #NOTBMIAMI will host a duel photobooth experience, with a Hellish Patron Photo Booth boasting a fiery throne, and a Heavenly Photo Booth sponsored by Chic Metropolitan featuring a floating cloud bed. The V2Cigs Lounge along with Drinkhouse Fire & Ice Bar’s pop-up round out the activities on site.
Get a workout in at Equinox before Nightmare on the Beach, as the health and wellness sponsor will be providing ticket holders with a free weeklong club pass.
All attendees will be treated to a premium open bar all night, cuisine from Miami’s top restaurants and caterers, and music from DJ Willy Monfret. This year there will also be an addition to the event known as La Mesa Divina, where 20 guests can celebrate their night straddling Heaven and Hell behind the DJ booth with their own angel and devil servers. Other VIP tables are available for purchase and include unlimited premium bottle service all evening along with 10 Premium tickets. Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets early by visiting www.nightmareonthebeach. com.
Earlier in the day, from 1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m., the Little Lighthouse Foundation and its fundraising partners have invited children and their families from partner facilities to the inaugural Children’s Halloween Parade at Lummus Park in Miami Beach. Attendance is free and includes trick-or-treating along an established route within the park, with treat stations and fun activities for children along the way. Children will finish the afternoon inside the Nightmare on the Beach Village for a Halloween party featuring interactive games, a monster mash dance-off, face painting and a costume contest.
Sponsors include: Patron, Dos Equis, Perrier, Fiji Water, the new Icon Nightclub, V2Cigs, Equinox, Perry Ellis, Drinkhouse Fire & Ice Bar, and the One Hotel. Restaurants include Tongue & Cheek, Miami Grill, Green Bites, and Miami Cake Lounge.
**Tickets are $175 (plus service fee) and are available at www.nightmareonthebeach.com. Ticket prices will increase.
***VIP Tables include 10 Premium tickets, unlimited bottle service all night and are currently $5,000. Contact Reed Nicol at 201-264- 6356 to reserve your VIP table.
October 31, 2015
9:00 pm to 2:00 am
9th Street and Ocean Drive (on the Beach)
Miami Beach, FL 33139