Former Bauhaus frontman Peter Murphy will revive the “Miracula” concept he first employed for an all-inclusive Las Vegas weekend this past March for a trimmed-down Halloween event at a “secret location” in the Los Angeles area that will include a 2-act concert, a cocktail party, a “moveable feast” and “intimate conversation” with Murphy.
“Halloween Miracula” is set for 6 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Oct. 27, and tickets are $500 apiece — with a total of 125 available. That’s actually much cheaper than the Vegas iteration of Miracula, which was a weekend-long event with a smaller capacity — it was limited to 50 fans — and much larger price tag: bids started at nearly $4,000 for that event.
As for the Halloween Miracula, here’s the formal announcement from Murphy’s website:
Peter Murphy invites you to join him as one of his very special guests at a luminescent Halloween Miracula on Saturday, October 27, 2012 6-1:30 am at a secret location in the Los Angeles area .
The night will begin with cocktails as guests arrive. A moonlit 2-act concert will follow, with a special set list that has been chosen and arranged for this event. After the show, the party begins, with cocktails, a moveable feast, music, and merriment. Peter will join in the festivities and spend the evening reveling with his guests. Smaller groups will be invited throughout the evening to join Peter in a private room at the location to have more intimate conversation, take photos, and sign autographs. Special Miracula Halloween gifts will be given to each guest.
Costumes are encouraged but not necessary, but it is Halloween so resplendent finery is in order.
Halloween Miracula. Will you be able to say you were there?
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