Sat, Oct 26 | 335 W 27th St

Fairy Scary Ball

Gone will be the Summer Fae; the Cold Winter Fae are come! On this night, the Unseelie Court takes over. Far from the streets you know, yet right here beside you, lies a world of enchantment. Come to dance, come to laugh, come to mingle with those of other races: Elves, Mermaids, Faeries, Gnomes...
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Time & Location

Oct 26, 2019, 7:00 PM – 11:59 PM
335 W 27th St, 335 W 27th St, Baltimore, MD 21211, USA

About the Event

 Gone will be the Summer Fae; the Cold Winter Fae are come! On this night, the Unseelie Court takes over. Far from the streets you know, yet right here beside you, lies a world of enchantment. Come to dance, come to laugh, come to mingle with those of other races: Elves, Mermaids, Faeries, Gnomes... Goblins, Orcs and Trolls are all invited... to play nice. Costumes that please the Faerie Court will be rewarded. DOORS OPEN AT 6 FOR FOOD AND VENDORS, MUSIC STARTS BY 8. Tickets:  $15.15 online until October 9th - then $22 online and at the door. If there are any left... 335 W. 27th St., UPSTAIRS, IN THE LABYRINTH OF THE CHURCH OF THE GUARDIAN ANGEL. 

 World Music band Brinjal plays pulsing and lyrical songs from Nations real and Imagined, with a large dose of the exotic rhythms and enchanting melodies of the Middle East. We create our own songs, sometimes improvised on the spot, and are often accompanied by the beautiful dancers of Aubergine.    The Big Band Theory of Baltimore is a non-profit jazz band that caters to local communities including Baltimore City.  We play for community events, fundraisers, fairs, chestnut roasts and faeries. Our music features a wide variety of song styles from artists like Glenn Miller and Duke Ellington, Classic Rock from Chicago, Earth Wind and Fire, Stevie Wonder, and much more. Frenchy and the Punk are a Euro-American folk punk cabaret duo based in New York City. They are regarded as one of the top steampunk cabaret performers in the world. Scott Helland formed Frenchy and the Punk with singer Samantha Stephenson in 2005. Faeries LOVE them. Your feet will dance unbidden by you. 

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