Friday, Oct 25, 2019 10:30 PM-Saturday, Oct 26, 2019 1:30 AM

Brews and Boos

New Orleans City Park

A spook-tacular Halloween fundraising event for adults in City Park When: Oct. 25, 2019 Where: Carousel Gardens Amusement Park and Storyland Hours: 10:30 pm to 1:30 am Admission: Regular Admission: $30 Day of Regular Admission: $40 VIP Admission: $50 Day of VIP Admission: $60 Beers: TBA Craft Beer/Batch Cocktail Sampling: TBA Treats: Nacho Station, Jambalaya, Jello Shots Place: Carousel Gardens Amusement Park Costume contest: Come in your best costume to participate! Secret judges will be roaming the event and passing out tickets for your chance to win first place in one of the following categories: Best Male Costume, Best Female Costume, Best Couple, and Best Group Costume (3 or more people). VIP: Location: Birthday Party Village (behind the Carousel): open liquor and wine bars, preferred seating, private nacho station, candy, and all general admission bebefits, too. Music: DJ by Catalyst Tickets will be scanned a the gate. We will only sell a certain amount of tickets. Be sure to buy the ticket for the right fright night. Click here to buy your tickets ahead of time as we expect this event to sell out leaving no tickets to be sold at the gates. Rules: You must be 21 years old or older to attend this event. No exceptions will be made. No other outside beverages will be allowed. No coolers or backpacks will be allowed inside the event. Parking: Try to carpool or use a rideshare. If you drive, please park in the 2 lots between Anseman & Marconi and Victory & Dreyfous. Rain date: Saturday, October 26, 2019 Problems purchasing tickets? Please let us know here: There is no refund due to rain, power outages, and other unforeseen conditions for this fundraiser. Should the event need to be canceled for any reason, please visit for information. Please keep in mind our events are fundraisers. When possible the event will be rescheduled. Should that not be possible, no refunds will be given, and we invite ticket holders to consider their ticket as a donation to the Park.