WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif.--()--The 2012 West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval is set for Halloween night, Wednesday, October 31, 2012. One of the world’s largest celebrations of All Hallow’s Eve, the West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval will be held from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. along Santa Monica Boulevard from Doheny Drive to La Cienega Boulevard. Admission is free.
The West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval will include three large stages featuring various themes and entertainers. The Drag Hotel of Horrors stage on Santa Monica Boulevard and San Vicente Boulevard will feature a fun rock and roll drag show with campy burlesque and pyrotechnics. Jeffrey Damnit will emcee the stage. Performers at the Drag Hotel of Horrors stage will include Hedwig and the Angry Inch; Tranzcontinental; Helles Belles; and Fire Groove.
The Dungeon of Sin stage located at Santa Monica Boulevard and Almont Drive will feature the performers, The Sideshow Sirens; Barbie’s Addiction; and Vaud and the Villains. Andy from Vaud and the Villains will emcee the stage.
The Thrills and Chills stage located at Santa Monica Boulevard and La Cienega Boulevard will include performances by Zen Freeman; The Orchestre Surreal; and Miss Barbie-Q.
The three small DJ stages will encourage audience interaction. DJ Max Von Ville will perform at The Demon Dance Club Stage, located at Westbourne Drive and Santa Monica Boulevard; DJ Moses Truzman will perform at the Turntable of Terror Stage, located at North Palm Drive and Santa Monica Boulevard; and DJ Aaron Colbert will spin at the Undead Dance Hall Stage located on North La Peer Drive and Santa Monica Boulevard.
Public parking for the West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval will be available at parking lots throughout West Hollywood.
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For more information about the West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval, call the City of West Hollywood’s Halloween Hotline at (323) 848-6503 or visit www.weho.org.