THU, 10/28 | EAT DRINK AND BE SCARY at HAINT MISBEHAVIN', Savannah's newest Halloween tradition

Help out a great cause at Savannah's biggest Halloween Party

It’s time to dress up, have fun, and get spooky for a good cause! 

Join Connect Savannah and partners Bacardi, Step One Automotive, and Buy Local Savannah at The Kehoe Ironworks on Thurs., Oct. 28 for “Haint Misbehavin’,” a night filled with goodies, entertainment, and lots of Halloween fun for those 21 and up.

“This was something we have been wanting to do for awhile,” said Erica Baskin, Connect Savannah’s publisher. “Savannah is so famous all over for its spooky, haunted appeal, so a party like this is a perfect fit. We hope to make it a huge annual tradition. The Kehoe Iron Works is the exact venue to pull something like this off,” she added. “There will be lots of food and fun and quite a few surprises! We are hoping to give the feel of old Fall and Halloween festivals. The music will be fun, the food will be amazing, and it’s all for a great cause. We will be giving back to the mission of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire.”

The party will run from 7 - 10 p.m. and the evening will be hosted by local radio celebrity Renee LaSalle. Local DJ Precisa will be spinning the tunes, hopefully pullling in a few Halloween classics to the mix.

Chazitos Latin Cuisine and Bayou Cafe food trucks will be onsite. Bacardi will also be mixing up three specialty drinks exclusively for the party. 

There will also be an inflatable obstacle course set up by Hopping with Harkleroad Inflatables, for those who dare!

Don’t hold back on your duds because there will be a costume contest, with a two-night staycation from Tybee Beach Vacations as the main prize.

A 360 photo booth from Dynamic Vision will offer live photos, but there will be plenty of options for selfies!  

Proceeds from pumpkins (purchased and carved by local businesses) used to decorate the party as part of the Buy Local Savannah Pumpkin Carving Contest will be used to provide services for Ronald McDonald Charities of the Coastal Empire.

“This is the first time we have ever done anything like this,” said Courtney Rawlins, current president of Buy Local Savannah, a group whose mission is to support independent, locally owned and operated businesses in the greater Chatham County area. 

“We will be using the proceeds to help feed families involved with Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire, one of our member organizations. This is just another creative way our members are supporting nonprofits and supporting our community. We’ve had an outstanding response to this and we can’t wait to see the different designs.”

Tickets purchased in advance are $25, and $30 at the door. There will be no refunds. Must be 21 to attend. Scan the code to the right to get tickets before they are sold out! Students (over the age of 21 with valid student identification) get $10 off with code STUDENTS2021 


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