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What’s Hot South Florida: Oct. 31 – Nov. 6

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Thursday, October 31 – Halloween!

The Pride Center at Equality Park presents the annual “Wicked Manors” with this year’s theme: “7 Deadly Sins.” The event takes place from 6-11pm on Wilton Drive, but also features a trick or treat for kids from 5-6:30pm. The $5 entry fee includes: entertainment, costume contests, music and DJs. The grand prize is $1,000 in cash and prizes.

SAVE’s Annual Halloween Ball is back in South Beach, baby, and they invite you to join us for a spooky voodoo dance party at the fabulous Olemberg Ballroom on the corner of 17th and Lenox. Beats by Guy DeGiacinto, Bill James, and Gami Mami with performances by Noel Leon, Tiffany T Fantasia, Alex “Marytrini” Fernandez and more! Tickets are $75 before October 26 and $10 thereafter and includes open bar all night sponsored by Bacardi. VIP Table (Bottle Service) is $500 and includes a table in front of the dancefloor, seating for four and a premium bottle of vodka w/ mixers and open bar all night. Their “Killer Costume Contest” with $1,000 in cash and prizes! 

Georgie’s Alibi/Monkey Bar presents their annual massive indoor/outdoor party starring DJs AJ Reddy and Alex Infiniti with their $1,000 costume contest, where the top 3 win cash! Their drag Shows will be hosted by Athena Dion with special guests TP Lords, Missy Meyakie LePaige, Morphine Love, Juicy Love, Miss Alibi 2019 Fantasia Royale, Lana Summers and Miss Florida 2019, Kylee Hunter. They will also feature their Latin room hosted by Teresita La Caliente with music by DJ Duniel. As always, no cover! 

The Pub presents the Synergy Twins performing from 8-11pm, and then at 11:30pm they present their annual Halloween party and $700 in cash and prizes costume contest hosted by Electra (sign up at 11pm). 

The Ramrod presents their annual Late costume contest at 12:30am with $1,000 in cash and prizes in two categories: butchest and best.

Twist presents DJ Aulden Brown along with a costume contest with $500 in prizes.

Friday, November 1

Former Twist Resident DJ, who moved to San Francisco many years ago, is back for one night only, so let’s all go out and support the one and only legendary DJ Bugie! 

Saturday, November 2

Celebrating its 6th anniversary, LagoonFest, returns to downtown West Palm Beach. This free event celebrates one of the most picturesque waterways and estuaries in The Palm Beaches – the Lake Worth Lagoon. The event takes place on Flagler Drive from 9am -2pm and will be adjacent to the West Palm Beach Greenmarket. LagoonFest is a family-friendly event where visitors can learn more about Palm Beach County’s largest estuary, a 20-mile-long waterway running from North Palm Beach to Ocean Ridge. LagoonFest boasts dozens of free and educational activities including; wildlife presentations, live touch tanks, live art exhibits and more. Visitors can also pick up a free 2020 Lake Worth Lagoon Calendar while attending the event. For more information, please visit: Lagoonfest.com.

Aqua Foundation for Women presents Aqua Affair 2019 from 7 to 10pm at R House Wynwood. This is their signature upscale fundraiser event where they get together with the community to celebrate the work that they do in giving back to the women in our LGBTQ community! It’s a party for all! Tickets are $85 and available at Aquafoundation.org.

The Ramrod presents Pig Dance #136 (first Sat of every month) with this month’s special guest DJ Fero from Italy! 

The Club Fort Lauderdale presents their bi-monthly (1st and 3rd Saturday of the month) Res-erection, a second coming party starting at 10pm. This party usually sells out, so arrive early!

Starting this weekend (today and tomorrow), and going for the next 2 Saturday and Sundays is Camelot Days Medieval Festival at T.Y. Park (3300 N. Park Rd. Hollywood) from 10am – 5:30pm. Camelot Days is bringing the days of yore back to TY Park. Centrally located off of I-95 and Sheridan Camelot Days allows you to relive the magic of the past. Explore their kingdom full of musicians, artisans, eateries, knights, and jesters. Cheer for your favorite side at the living chess game! Feast like a King on hearty food and drink. Shop for fine handcrafted treasures in the Artists’ Market. Enjoy challenging games and entertaining shows for all ages! Tickets are $15 for adults at: Camelotdays.com.

The Manor Complex presents another of their famous themed parties entitled “Day of the Dead/Dia De Los Muertos.” In the Ballroom catch the sounds of DJ Sushiman and in the Ivy Dance Room and Patio, Noche Latina Saturdays, presents DJ Larry Larr with hostess Sasha Lords and special guests. Doors open 11pm to 4am, and feature NO COVER before midnight (FL Res) and only $7 for members after and $10 for non-members (18-20 – $12 all night).

Sunday, November 3

Flip Flops Dockside Eatery presents their monthly T Dance (first Sunday of every month) hosted by Amanda Austin with DJ Robert Lavalle and this month’s special guests: Candy Cox, Ebonee Excell and Alexis De la Mar. 

Wednesday, November 6

The Legacy Project Returns to Palm Beach Dramaworks and the tickets are free! This is an intergenerational story telling project. The project is a massive collaboration between Compass Community Center and Palm Beach Dramaworks. Each year, mature members of the LGBTQ community are paired with LGBTQ youth from the Compass Youth Program. The youth interview their partners and then compile the interviews into digital stories. For one night those digital stories are combined with live stage performances to produce a highly memorable and emotional night. For free tickets, visit PalmBeachDramaWorks.org.

The Key West Business Guilds November luncheon and Board Of Director Elections is from 12 to 1pm at the Key West Marriot Beachside Hotel (3841 N Roosevelt Blvd). The nonprofit spotlight will be Wesley House and Samuel’s House for “Toys for the Kids of the Keys.” To RSVP, go to: Gaykeywestfl.com. 

This is HOT

Netflix will release the movie “Let It Snow,” based on The New York Times bestselling book “Let It Snow” by John Green, Lauren Myracle and Maureen Johnson, on November 8. When a snowstorm hits a small midwestern town on Christmas Eve, a group of high school seniors find their friendships and love lives colliding thanks to a stranded pop star, a stolen keg, a squad of competitive dancers, a mysterious woman covered in tin foil, and an epic party at the local Waffle Town. Come Christmas morning, nothing will be the same. Starring Isabela Merced, Shameik Moore, Kiernan Shipka (The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Odeya Rush, Jacob Batalon, Miles Robbins, Mitchell Hope, Liv Hewson (Santa Clarita Diet, which I LOVE), Anna Akana and Joan Cusack. To find out more go to: Netflix.com/LetItSnow.

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