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Hot Party: Hard Rock Hotel Halloween 2011

It’s no secret that Halloween in San Diego rallies in the most out of control acts at our San Diego clubs and bars. Something in the air, whether spooky or sinful, kicks the parties into high-gear and brings out the best (and weirdest) in our city.

This year, we have a party line-up for the record books. With All Hollows Eve falling on a Monday, we’ve been gifted a full weekend of revelry, more days to wear a wide range of costumes, and extended outrageous fun at our favorite spots.

Hard Rock Hotel San Diego is known to put on one hell of an annual bash, and this year is no exception. The entertainment masterminds scheming up this year’s party have once again won our attention with Hard Rock Halloween 2011, a hotel-wide event taking over three floors and five venues with 15 DJs and enough packed-in party people to make this the biggest Halloween bash yet.

The Hard Rock Halloween Party goes big on Saturday, October 29th, spanning from ground level 207 up to Edge, into Legends, and all the way to the rooftop of Float. Last year’s Halloween party brought 10 DJs to the dance floor, while this year ups the ante to a new level. So which DJs will be making you sweat in your wild wardrobe? This year will feature Decon, Diggs, DJ Ri, Al Squared, Dadon, Kurch, Till, DJ AD, Static Promenade, Tony Arzadon, Chris Garcia, Eric D-Lux, Myron Eugene and DJ Vice.

Purchase your Hard Rock Halloween party tickets ahead of time for $50 at hardrockhalloween.com. To spend your Halloween in style, call for VIP bottle service reservations at 866.568.5692.

Stay and Play:If you’re looking to make an overnight adventure out of the spook-tastic night, Hard Rock Hotel is offering Halloween Room Packages that include VIP entrance for two, now at $399. Reserve early and start your costume hunting now, as rates will only increase from here. Learn more at hardrockhotelsd.com.

Discover more Halloween entertainment ideas in our San Diego events calendar.

Pictured: Halfway to Hallowen at Hard Rock Hotel San Diego

 
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