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A San Franpsycho Halloween Party!

Awakening all goblins and ghouls, calling all vampires and the dead alike, the superheroes, the icons and the defeated, the unwilling and the willing, the weak and the strong, come together for one evening of horrifyingly good times!

On Saturday, October 29th from 9pm to 2am, dance your asses off with San Franpsycho at Churchill. Enjoy music by DYLAN and DRMCST and prepare to win the costume contest for an SFP GIFT BAG! Churchill has tons of crafted cocktails to wet your whistle and we'll have some spooky punch drinks for all you dare devils. Join us or die! .. or become UNDEAD.. Whatever! 

Only 50 tickets are available at $10 before the price goes up, so make sure to grab your ticket TODAY! Get your tickets here

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