The party kicks off at 7 pm with a DJ spinning at Club M. Alex Rossi will take the stage at DrinX Bar from 9 pm – 1 am. Guests are encouraged to stop by the Halloween photo station for a free souvenir photo.
The Blues Brothers with The Sacred Hearts will take the Mystic Showroom stage at 8 pm. Tickets are available at the Mystic Box Office or ticketmaster.com for $65, $85 and $99. Those who dress up like one of the Blues Brothers will receive $25 Free Slot Play!
Costumed partygoers may register for a chance to win up to $1,000 in the costume contest from 7 pm to 10 pm near Club M. At 11 pm, the contest winners will be announced with a $1,000 cash prize for the best costume, $500 for second place, $250 for third place, $100 for fourth place and $100 for fifth place. For more information visit mysticlake.com.
EVENT: Mystic Lake’s Halloween Party and Costume Contest
DATE: Saturday, October 28, 7 pm – 11 pm
LOCATION: All events will take place inside Mystic Lake.
DETAILS: Adults 18+ only. Free admission for all casino entertainment. Guests must be 18 to gamble and 21 to purchase or consume alcohol. Faces must remain recognizable to match ID. Masks are allowed, but must be removed when presenting ID. Please leave fake firearms and weapons at home. Full details and costume contest rules at mysticlake.com.
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Mystic Lake Casino Hotel, the premier gaming facility in the Midwest, continually creates new, fun and exciting entertainment experiences for its guests. Mystic Lake® offers gaming, three lively bars, exceptional dining at seven restaurants, headline performers, unique special events and luxurious accommodations. Located 25 minutes southwest of Minneapolis/St. Paul in Prior Lake.
Visit Mystic Lake in RiverSouth—Land of Big Fun! RiverSouth℠ is a joint public-private collaboration promoting premier entertainment destinations just from Minneapolis. With four of Minnesota’s biggest attractions just four miles apart, there’s fun around every bend. Partners include Canterbury Park, Mystic Lake Casino Hotel, Valleyfair, the Renaissance Festival, Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, and the cities of Prior Lake and Shakopee.