Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas to Host the Haunted Hotel Ball

The Haunted Hotel Ball, Chicago and Phoenix/Scottsdale's biggest Halloween costume party, will take place at the Las Vegas Strip's Mandalay Bay on Saturday, October 27, 2012 from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.

Created in 2008 by nightlife producers Global Adrenaline, Haunted Hotel Ball attracts over 4,000 partygoers and sells out Hilton Chicago and Hotel Valley Ho in Scottsdale each year.

Christian Banach, owner of Global Adrenaline, said hotel ballrooms like the ones at Mandalay Bay are dynamic and a canvas for the company’s design team to transform.  "We have proven with our successful parties in Chicago and Scottsdale that partygoers want to experience Halloween in a one-of-kind environment. Las Vegas nightclubs will be there tomorrow, Haunted Hotel Ball will not,” he added.

Over 3,000 costumed partygoers will make an appearance including world renowned DJs and recording artists, such as Havana Brown, who will perform her hit single "We Run the Night" featuring Pitbull.

Halloween costumes will also be competing in the $5,000 cash and prize virtual contest. Photos of the top contestants will be posted on the Haunted Hotel Ball website following the event and visitors will vote for their favorite costumes from the three Haunted Hotel Ball locations.

Early-bird tickets are $60 and table reservation packages that include three premium bottles, eight party tickets, reserved seating, gratuity and tax, start at $3,000. For those traveling to Las Vegas from across the United States and Canada, a special Halloween weekend hotel room rate of $169 is available for both Friday, October 26 and Saturday, October 27, 2012 at Mandalay Bay.

Visit: www.HauntedHotelBall.com and www.globaladrenaline.net.

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