We’ve heard about Nightmare Vermont before, but we were reminded via e-mail (Thanks, Douglas!) that they’ve got an upcoming event at the Higher Ground later this month, on the 16th:
Drag out your best costumes, even the ones that are too skimpy to wear in October, because Halloween now comes twice a year. Nightmare Vermont invites you to boogie down at their Halloween themed dance party, featuring music by DJ Llu, clips from Nightmares past, costume contests, performances by the Nightmare troupe and a host of wicked guests.
The show will be at 8pm, with tickets going for $10 in advance and $12 at the door. As Halloween is GeekMtnState’s favorite holiday, we wholeheartedly approve and wish that we could make it!
Here’s the scoop on Nightmare Vermont from their website:
Nightmare Vermont is a thrilling, interactive haunted house that has run in underground spaces, and as part of other events since 2004. It has garnered a reputation for cinema-level visual effects, engaging characters, and wild Halloween fun. Come see scrappy evil geniuses team up with community leaders to bring you Vermont’s most exciting and unique event.
Nightmare Vermont works very closely with the South Burlington Rotary, a collection of business leaders who come together for the good of the community. The Rotary has helped fulfill Nightmare Vermont’s purpose of being a creative outlet for the weird and unusual in our community since our 2009 show. Proceeds from Nightmare Vermont go directly back towards helping our community through the Rotary Charities.
Back by popular demand is the Dark Arts Gallery! This gallery space not only provides patrons of our event with a place to mingle indoors while waiting to enter the show, but enables local artists to show off their wonderfully gruesome and dark artwork to the community. So really, everyone wins!
To find out more about specific events going on before the show, or ways you can get involved look us up on Facebook or Twitter! There are always things going on in preparation for the new season!
Visit their website: http://www.nightmarevermont.org/