Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Hallo'Tween Costume Party theme 'Voodoo Island' on Oct. 30

Risk a hex or curse and plan to join ‘Tween Waters Inn Island Resort for Captiva Island’s most notorious Halloween event — “Voodoo Island” — held on Saturday, Oct. 30 from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Be ready for good times, great music, friendly conversation and — oh yeah — those famous (and infamous) costumes.

With tickets available at the door for $15 to anyone over the age of 21, the Voodoo Island Party will start out the night rocking the beach with music by an island favorite, Deb and the Dynamics. This high-energy band covers your favorite songs including a range of rock, R&B and "Jump Blues," and is known as the ultimate dance-party band.

‘Tween Waters Inn also offers a $1,000 costume contest, with judging at midnight, and the promise of a notoriously good time.

Halloween at ‘Tween Waters Inn is also filled with great discounts and prizes during and before the big event. Become a follower on Facebook by visiting www.facebook.com/tweenwaters — and share the page with your friends — and automatically be entered to win two free tickets to the Voodoo Island event.

Also, when guests stay two nights or more Halloween weekend, they’ll receive two free admissions to the party (a $30 value). For reservations, call 800-223-5865.

“Every year, ‘Tween Waters Inn works hard to throw the biggest, best Hallo’Tween bash around,” said ‘Tween Waters Inn general manager Jeff Shuff. “This year will be no different — with great costumes, discounts and prizes as always, ‘Tween Waters Inn is sure to hit a record-high turnout.”

The ‘Tween Waters Inn annual Halloween bash is traditionally the largest and most famous Halloween party on Sanibel and Captiva, regularly attracting more than 800 colorfully costumed guests. The outdoor event, staged on ‘Tween Waters Inn’s beautiful 13 acres nestled between the Gulf of Mexico and Pine Island Sound, is adults only and infamous for the scope, size, scariness, outrageousness, raciness, zaniness, variety and creativity of costuming.by EMILY KETTNER

For more information on ’Tween Waters Inn, visit www.tween-waters.com.

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