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Vampires & Vixens

Houston’s most glamorous Halloween haunt hosted by Charlotte McKinney to take place on October 28 benefitting Easter Seals Greater Houston Harvey relief

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Leather & Laces introduces the “Vampires & Vixens Ball”, a one-night-only special event held in Houston on Saturday, October 28. Hosted by actress and model, Charlotte McKinney, known for her roles on “Dancing with the Stars”, “Baywatch” and the upcoming “Flatliners”, the party will feature an award-winning haunted house, live performers and creepy clowns, with a celebrity DJ on site to keep the LED dancefloor pumping.


The event will be held from 9:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m. at industrial-chic Silver Street Studios located just seven minutes from the heart of downtown Houston. Guests can channel their devilish side in the 20,000 square-foot space which will be fully decked out with scary decor. All-inclusive tickets start at $135 and a costume contest will be judged by local media personalities who will award various prizes for the best costumes in the house.

Since its inception in Houston in 2004, Leather & Laces has become known for throwing the chicest Super Bowl parties. Past hosts include Adriana Lima, Jeremy Piven, Kim Kardashian, Emily Ratajkowski, Bar Refaeli and many others.

Easter Seals Greater Houston is a non-profit provider of services for individuals with autism, developmental disabilities, physical disabilities and other special needs and their families, as well as veterans. The funds raised for the local charity are now more important than ever in the wake of Hurricane Harvey as Easter Seals clients begin to rebuild and recover.

The Vampires & Vixens Ball is sponsored by Grey Goose Vodka, Bacardi, Twin Peaks Restaurants, Common Bond Bakery, CultureMap, 104.1 KRBE, ESPN 97.5, SportsMap 94.1, SB Nation and Top Dog Halloween.

Click here for more information and to purchase tickets, tables and private cabanas.

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