Deadweird - It's How Deadwood Does Halloween | Black Hills Travel Blog
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    Deadweird - It's How Deadwood Does Halloween

Come celebrate Halloween in Deadwood! Deadweird is a little crazy, a little spooky, and a WHOLE lot of fun! Make plans to attend the 5th annual Monster Ball on Friday, Oct. 27, 2017, with a live band, dancing, and prizes; and then attend the annual Costume Contest—with more than $10,000 in cash and prizes for the best costumes—on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017. Both of these events are FREE, so come in costume or just come to watch—it is quite the sight! Must be 21 to participate.

October 27, 2017
7pm – 10pm : The Monster Ball at Tin Lizzie Gaming Resort – featuring live music with Loaded Dice, prizes, dancing and FUN!

October 28, 2017
6pm – 9pm: Costume Contest - with the winners being announced at 9:30 p.m. Music and dancing will take place during this time as well. This year’s event will be held at the Silverado-Franklin Gaming Complex!

Also take in the paranormal investigation tours at the Historic Adams House. These spooky tours are offered throughout October and reservations are required. Visit www.DeadwoodHistory.com to get tickets.

Open containers are allowed during this event in designated areas from 5 pm to 10 pm on Friday, October 27, and from noon to 10 pm on Saturday, October 28. Open container is BEER ONLY and you must use an approved special event cup.

Content and photos courtesy of the Deadwood Chamber of Commerce.

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Alicia is a South Dakota native with family roots in Beresford. She attended Augustana University in Sioux Falls—a year of which she spent studying in Norway and traveling throughout Europe. She acquired her degree in Sociology and International Studies. Despite her love of travel, she and her husband have thoroughly enjoyed making Rapid City their home. She satisfies her wanderlust by soaking up the beautiful scenery and historic treasures that the Hills have to offer. She is the Communications Director for Black Hills & Badlands Tourism Association.

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