USASA and Fat Controller
Halloween Party: Trick or Treat
The UniSA Student Association & The Fat Controller presents Halloween Party: Trick or Treat
Get ready for a night of creepiness, costumes, DJs and a few bevvies with ya mates!
USASA & the Fat Man are bringing you trickery & treats by transforming the Fat Controller into a spine-chilling Halloween scene! You'll be under the spell of DJs Ryley, Trouble Butter and Tom Reeve who will be spinning spook-tacular tunes all night.
The best costume wins a massive $500 cash! - Go for gold by coming dressed in your best / beastliest / funniest / cutest or creepiest Halloween costume. Halloween themed cocktails, potions and drink specials will be served up all night! Every ticket holder will receive a free Bao steam bun from Sit Lo (redeem with your ticket at Sit Lo, Bank Street, on the night)
Plus plenty to keep you entertained throughout the night:
Spooky Photobooth with Halloween props
Neon & Glitter Facepainting
Roaming trick or treaters
Prepare for a night from a dream or maybe a nightmare... Trick or treat? Mahahhahahhahahaha!
* Please note Caroline Tucker will not be appearing as advertised on posters and flyers.
Halloween Party Trick or Treat will contain imagery, sounds, and other sensory experiences that may provide a scary environment for some guests. Sudden scares, depictions of simulated horror, and dark environments with typical Halloween imagery (spiders, graveyards etc.) will be present at this event. Guests are advised to use their discretion when purchasing tickets.
COSTUMES AND PROPS
USASA encourages all ticketholders to immerse themselves in the spirit of the Halloween event by dressing up in costume or dressing according the theme, but safety is our first priority.
All props and costumes brought into the venue must abide by the laws of South Australia, but particularly those in relation to imitation firearms and weapons. In the interest of maintaining safety for all patrons, by purchasing a ticket you agree to dress appropriately, and any props that complement your costume are appropriate and safe to be worn in dark and crowded nightclub environment. Management and venue security retain the right to refuse entry to any ticketholder that acts in a way or is dressed in a way that is deemed to be inappropriate or dangerous.