Join Halloweezy as we reanimate another vacant Cleveland property into an immersive live event: Saturday, October 20.
This year's theme is Night. Night will take you to a Vampire Club in Cleveland's Old Brooklyn neighborhood. See live entertainment from some of the areas greatest performers!
Admission is $10, with a cash bar. 21+ only.
EMCEE and Performances: Veranda L'ni and Lady J Martinez
DJ Dangerfield by Cadence Entertainment LLC
Burlesque performances by Midwest Nerdlesque Fest's
Noella Deville and Holly Grail!
Light performance by Corners of Creations
Beer provided by Bad Tom Smith Brewing
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Halloweezy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, with the mission to be the stage for Cleveland’s Halloween, through collaboration with local artists and community development. Our vision is to unite Cleveland residents by embracing the traditions of Halloween and the Cleveland arts community.
[No refunds after event has started. Refunds can be requested before the event day, must be named ticket holder, 24 hour notice. If event is canceled/postponed due to unforeseen events ticket holders may request a refund or use on a rescheduled event]
This September, help raise funds for Halloweezy and eat at the world famous Melt Bar and Grilled!
Stop in at Independence Melt, 6700 Rockside Rd, Independence, OH on Monday, September 10th from 11 am to 10 pm and Halloweezy will receive 20% of your total bill!
Or Stop in at Lakewood Melt, 14718 Detroit Ave, Lakewood, OH on Tuesday September 25th from 11 am to 10 pm and Halloweezy will receive 20% of your total bill!
Remember to show the flyer to your sever!
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Contact: Adam Patterson
Halloweezy collecting Halloween costumes for Cleveland families
Cleveland, OH – (Aug. 13, 2018) Halloweezy, Cleveland’s October celebration of the weird and scary sides of local art, is entering its eighth year in 2018 and will be collecting new and gently-used Halloween costumes to be distributed throughout the Cleveland Area to in need families.
“Halloween was an important part of growing up for me. I was able to express myself and feel comfortable being weird. Halloween is not always about zombies, ghosts and witches, but bringing a community together through expression,” states Adam Patterson, Executive Director and co-founder.
Costume collection will start Monday, August 13th. Donations can be dropped off at Artefino Cafe, 1900 Superior Ave. Cleveland, Ohio, Monday-Friday from 7:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. or Saturdays 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Halloweezy will soon announce it's this year’s theme and details for the event, scheduled for Saturday, October 20. A Cleveland-based nonprofit, Halloweezy aims is to be the stage for Cleveland’s Halloween, through collaboration with local artists and community development.