Get spooky at a silent disco

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Get spooky at a silent disco

After a successful silent disco in the Spring, MOCA is back with a Halloween event.

After a successful silent disco in the Spring, MOCA is back with a Halloween event.

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After a successful silent disco in the Spring, MOCA is back with a Halloween event.

courtesy MOCA facebook

courtesy MOCA facebook

After a successful silent disco in the Spring, MOCA is back with a Halloween event.

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If you are too excited to wait for Halloween to roll around or you just want to test out a sick new costume you should check out the Museum of Contemporary Art’s (MOCA) Silent Disco: Halloween Edition. A silent disco is exactly what it sounds like: an event where guests are given a pair of headphones and are free to jam out to one of two DJ’s while anyone who is not wearing headphones won’t hear a thing.

“We are encouraging people to come in costume,” said Julie Anderson, MOCA’s deputy director of operations & marketing. “In addition to that, with it being a Halloween event as well we will have refreshments, a bar, Koffin Karaoke, another sort of haunted room on the third floor and other haunted, Halloween-y effects throughout the building.”

This event will be featuring two DJ’s that guests get to choose between throughout the night: DJ Red-I and DJ Lawrence Daniel Caswell. Plus when you eventually get hungry this event will be featuring food from Barrio Tacos’ food truck. And if you’re still not convinced to attend this event there will be both costume and dance contests. This event seems like it will be a spooky good time. “At the Silent Disco: Halloween Edition, no one can hear you scream,” according to the MOCA Facebook event page.

Event: MOCA’s Silent Disco: Halloween Edition
Location: Cleveland Museum of Contemporary Art
Date: Oct. 24, 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Price: $15-25