Nantwich is preparing itself for terrifying fun this Halloween as the Monster Mash Ball is back in town after a successful outing in 2013.
The charity bash will run for the second year on November 2nd and once again, organisers Warble Entertainment are encouraging people to enter the “spirit” of the evening by dressing up in their most ghoulish glad rags. The evening aims to raise funds for the MacMillan Cancer Support and St. Lukes Hospice charities.
Warble owner Tracey Warren said of the show “We’re really thrilled to have the Monster Mash Ball back again in 2013 and we’re making it bigger and better than last year. We’re offering a cash prize for the best dressed on the evening and we’re bringing more bands to the occasion this time round. The three acts showcase a wide range of styles and sounds, so there’s something in there for all tastes. ”
The Indie Killers made such a storm at last years’ show that they’re back by popular demand and will be belting out tracks from Kings of Leon to Katy Perry, from the Foo Fighters to their rocked up versions One Direction hits.
They will be joined by North-west three piece “Friends of the Bride”, who will be rocking with a musical repertoire that includes the sounds of Queen, Oasis and Bryan Adams. A tribute to Lady Gaga will open up proceedings bringing with it all the required kookiness that a Halloween show should have.
The event takes place on Saturday 2nd November at 7.30pm and tickets are on sale now priced at £20, available from the website www.themonstermashball.co.uk or by calling Warble Entertainment on 01270 501164.