Party from 8pm to Midnight
Must be 21+ to attend

Step right up to a carnival of the bizarre and beautiful at CAM Raleigh this Halloween!

Featuring: Local DJs Nixxed, BLNGxBDGT (from Neptune’s Discovery) & Chocolate Rice | Dancing | Drinks | Food Trucks | Live performances all night by Cirque de Vol sideshow performers, actor Richard Butner, a mysterious Fortune Teller, and “Magic by Ernie” | Circus Inspired Treats | Costume Contest with Great Prizes | Video Art Installations by Yuxtapongo | Freak Shows, Oddities and MORE!

The bearded lady herself, Ms. Toola Boxx, will preside over the evening’s festivities and award costume contest winners fabulous prizes donated from Synergy Spa, Raleigh Denim, Crabtree Valley Mall, Busy Bee Café, Cantina 18, Escazu, Helios, Kanki, Grand Mariner, Krispy Kreme, PBR, and a very special GRAND PRIZE winner will receive a custom hand-drawn piece of art of themselves in their costume done by local artist David Eichenberger (complete with framing from Jerry’s Artarama).

Categories include:
“Best Carnival/Sideshow Theme” (Grand prize!)
“Least Likely to Take Home to Mom”
“Nerds Rule” (Best Geek Related)
“Work of Art” (Most Artistic/Creative)
“Smells like Team Spirit” (Best Couple/Crew)

Read the full event press release here!

Join in the three-ring circus of freaks, oddities and fabulous fun as the museum reveals its wild side. Make no mistake; this annual fundraiser bash, hosted by CAM/now, is Raleigh’s BEST Halloween party. Buy your tickets today:

  • $15 CAM/now Affiliate Member ticket
  • $25 CAM Raleigh Member ticket
  • $30 Nonmember ticket

Or, make the very most of your experience by becoming a CAM Raleigh Member at a steal with our special CAM/now Fright Membership Package

  • $60 = 1 event ticket + 1 annual Individual Membership + CAM/now Affiliation 

A huge savings AND you get to enjoy all the benefits of membership for an entire year. This special package deal is only good on new memberships and not renewals. Learn more about CAM Raleigh memberships and benefits here.

Purchase your tickets at the museum’s front desk anytime during regular visiting hours, or buy your tickets online here

Illustration by David Eichenberger.