Dark Harbor’s Sinister Circus - The Queen Mary - Midsummer Scream - Saturday, July 29, 2017


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Queen Marys Dark Harbor proudly presents Sinister Circus, the first-ever haunted summer costume ball aboard The Queen Mary!

Following a day of macabre fun at Midsummer Scream 2017, join us at a spook-tacular costume party aboard where you can dress up to become one of the Ringmaster’s minions for Dark Harbor’s Sinister Circus. Dress to impress - the best three costumes will win cash prizes!

While you’re dancing under the night sky you might bump into some of your favorite Dark Harbor characters as they make an appearance during the costume party. Don’t forget to keep your eye out for a sneak-peak of some of the terrifying new tricks that are being “cooked” up for the 2017 season of Dark Harbor!

Sinister Circus is brought to you by The Queen Mary in conjunction with LA’s biggest haunt, Halloween and horror festival, Midsummer Scream.

Tickets are available for $29 online or $34 at the door.

Find tickets and more information here: http://bit.ly/DHSinisterCircus

21+ only.

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