Wicked Manors’ Little Drive of Horrors will stretch from the DQ down to the Manor Complex and Five Points. But the spookiest parts will be in the middle of the party at Alibi Plaza.
This is the 10th iteration of Wicked Manors, and the ninth time Hunters Nightclub has been a presenting sponsor. They do more than just write a (very generous) check. Their party spills out into the street… or at least the parking lot!
Hunters will have their massive LED board and a big stage in their part of the parking lot. Will Calder, long one of South Florida’s leading DJs, will be spinning. He’ll be joined by six gogo dancers and headliner Tameko Star of Livin’ Joy, whose hits include Don’t Stop Movin, Dreamer, and Something Beautiful.
The inside club will be open, but they’ll have six bartenders manning the 45 feet of bar space outside as well.
For Hunters, it’s more than a big night. They see it as a duty to the community.
“We are here only because of our community,” Hunters Bruce Howe said. “Our role, as long as our community will let us, is for us to be there for them.”
Across the way at Georgie’s Alibi Monkey Bar, they’ll be celebrating on their new patio and more.
They’re holding their annual Halloween Under the Stars Party in the parking lot and all their outdoor spaces. Outside will have a dance floor with a DJ spinning hot music, as well as drag performances and their costume contest.
They also point out that it can get hot dancing in costumes, so their three indoor air-conditioned bars will be open.
Entrance to Alibi and Hunters is free, but there is a $10 cover charge to enter the street party. Wilton Drive will close early in the day, and parking will be extremely limited and pricey. Both parking lots at Alibi Plaza are closed.