SECOND ANNUAL HANGTOWN HALLOWEEN BALL
Set to take place at the gateway of the picturesque Sierra mountains, Railroad Earth’s Hangtown Halloween Ball features something for everyone: spectacular mountain vistas, a vast open air main stage, the family friendly festival ambiance that the team at High Sierra Music Festival is distinguished for, and, of course, a stellar line-up of marquee musical artists. All that and roving performers, indoor late-night halls and three days of costumed festival attendees, this event brings as much eye candy to the table as Halloween can handle.
Festival goers can purchase early bird tickets for $115 for 3-day pass now through June 4 (or while supplies last), VIP packages (appropriately named the SupernaturALL Experience) and RV passes directly through the event website and for more information about the event check out www.hangtownhalloween.com or www.railroadearth.com.
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