Promising the “worst night of your life,” Ostro and Dom Perignon are going to the dark side this Halloween, channeling The Club Kids of New York’s 80s and 90s fame – and making no apologies.

This Halloween, Ostro has all the tricks and all the treats. For one night only, the luxe establishment will shapeshift, taking you back to New York City’s larger (and louder) than life underground club scene, circa the 80s. Hosted by FAFSWAG and brought to you in collaboration with Dom Perignon, this is a night you won’t forget, even if you’d like to.

A force to be reckoned with, The Club Kids were the epitome of underground club culture in their day: their wild costumes, outrageous behaviour and overall flamboyance built a cult following. This is not your moment to hold back: call on your inner wild-child and let loose at this year’s Black Ball. Iconic hosts Falencie Filipo and Kapussi of FAFSWAG will be taking no prisoners and a killer lineup of DJs will be bringing the beats all night long.

Costume up, and bust out the body-glitter, because fancy-dress is your free ticket into Auckland’s best Halloween party. Kick it up a notch and start the night right with a luminous bottle of Dom Perignon when you book a booth for five ($250). Let liquid courage be your wingman: bartenders will be mixing an exclusive all-black cocktail menu and drink specials will be running inside and on the Deck.

Snag your booth at reservations@seafarers.co.nz.

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