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This annual German Village Halloween bash features adult trick-or-treating, with drinks

This annual German Village Halloween bash features adult trick-or-treating, with drinks

Jack McLaughlin

Pick out a costume and strip your bed of its pillowcases. You’re going to need something to hold all these goodies.

That’s because the 15th annual Monster Bash—an event that includes adult trick or treating, free-flowing librations, and live music—is kicking off on Oct. 16.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow, but be warned: they typically sell out within hours. You can purchase them on Oct. 8 at noon through the German Village Society’s website.

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The event—which is run by the German Village Society—takes place entirely in the historic Columbus neighborhood.

The event kicks at 7 p.m., with adult trick or treating.

“Houses in German Village volunteer to be included in the Mobster Bash ever year. They supply trick or treaters with candy, gifts, food, or adult drinks. Whatever they want to supply,” said Rachel Lewellen, Communications Director of the German Village Society. “Some houses even open their backyard and offer cocktails and food.”

According to Lewellen, adult trick-or-treating runs until 9 p.m., when the Monster Bash relocates to the German Village Society Meeting House for drinks, live music, and a Halloween costume contest.

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