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19 Oct

Parade of Lost Souls DANCE PARTY: Beyond the Edge of 2012! (FREE TICKET GIVEAWAY!)

The epic annual DANCE PARTY of the century is back and the lost souls will be
dancing the night away to the sounds of DJ Oker and DJ Tango and beyond the
edge of time. Come in costume and celebrate the end of the world and the
dawning of a new age at the Rickshaw Theatre on October 27th! Doors open at
9pm and the shindig will shake until 2am. This bash sold out last year! Tickets
are just $25! Need we say more?

Parade of Lost Souls DANCE PARTY
Date: October 27th, 2012
Time: Doors at 9pm, party until 2:00am
Location: The Rickshaw Theatre, 254 East Hastings St., Vancouver
Tickets: $25
Buy your tickets online at by clicking on DANCE
PARTY! Must bring printed receipt for entry.

Presented since 1995, the Parade of Lost Souls Festival is a cherished East
Vancouver Halloween tradition. With beginnings as a small community
gathering, the event soon grew into a massive celebration, attracting more than
60,000 and requiring parts of Commercial Drive to be shut down. In 2010, the
event returned to its community roots in the revitalized form of “Secret Souls
Walk”, a mysterious, guided walk throughout decorated streets, alleyways, and
open spaces of East Vancouver neighbourhoods. The route changes every year
and is only disclosed on the day of the event. A selection of advance workshops
and the ever-popular dance party round out the 10-day Festival.

Public Dreams Society is a charitable organization that strengthens
communities, neighbourhoods, and cities by inspiring creativity in everyday life.
Most known for our large-scale events, Illuminares Lantern Festival and Parade
of Lost Souls, for over 25 years we have been creating magical experiences that
connect and replenish our communities. By investing in, supporting, and
disseminating the work of emerging and established interdisciplinary artists,
Public Dreams creates opportunities for people of all ages to immerse in artistic
and cultural expression, to understand themselves as creative beings, to turn
passive consumption into active participation and to experience belonging as an
individual within a community. Find out more at:

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