20th Queer Halloween Costume Ball
The 20th Raven Queer Halloween Costume Ball is a night of tricks and treats.
Your creativity is rewarded with costume prizes for the TOP THREE including a CASH PRIZE for the best of!
FREE TAROT READINGS by readers with decades of professional tarot reading experience! Readings can be reserved in advance during a one hour window (your exact reading time will be provided upon arrival; reservation includes a $5 advanced tip for the reader].
DJ TRIANA spinning current hits, hip hop, 90s throw backs and your requests.
Please note: This is an event where attendees DO WEAR costumes, so plan ahead!
Dining pre-event (not included in your ticket price)? Dinner service till 10 pm. Be sure to make a reservation at http://www.milkywayjp.com/reservations/ You will need an advanced event ticket even if you are a dinner patron.
Your Advanced ticket will hold your space till 11 pm (doors open 9 pm). If you arrive after 11 pm AND if the venue is at capacity – you will need to wait for someone to leave (you will be prioritized before non-ticket holders).
Thank you for understanding there are no refunds to our tickets.
Our Tarot Readers
Douglas Cameron comes with more than 25 years as a professional reader. He has been a featured reader at RAVEN for more than 10 years. He has read at the Tremont Tea Room and at Regina Russell’s Tea Room for more than 20 years.
For private appointment call 617-771-8677
Laura Campagna has been reading tarot and studying astrology since she was 13 years old. Her readings are intuitively crafted for each individual and informed by her knowledge of astrological mythology. She studied at the Psychic Horizons School for Meditation and Healing and Reclaiming Witch School in San Francisco, CA. and the Blue Iris School of Mystery in Portland, OR. Laura is a Kundalini Reiki Master, and is trained in a number of powerful energetic healing modalities including VortexHealing® Energetic Therapy in the Merlin Lineage.
OVER $1,000 in prizes! Top three are winners! Special thanks to prize contributors including:
Milky Way at The Brewery
284 Amory Street, Jamaica Plain
near the Stonybrook T stop, free parking
All Gender Bathrooms
**Please note- Cultural appropriation in Halloween costumes is offensive and these costumes are never considered candidates for the contest. Be mindful that painting your face as Día de los Muertos skulls or coming as a Native American or Geisha, etc, is a culture, not a costume.
To learn more, here is an article to get you started. And here are tips on how to tell your friend their costume is inappropriate.