For a limited time, get $5 off tickets to Rapture: Spirits Unleashed with the promo code SCARE22.
This Friday for Halloween, one of the biggest parties of the year is coming to St. Pete. Described as a “euphoric and seductive” evening, Rapture is a masquerade ball and circuit dance party taking over the St. Pete Coliseum this Friday, October 28 from 8 pm – 1 am.
With “spirits unleashed,” Rapture will bring all the big energy of Halloween revelry, complete with the production prowess of Totally Euphoric Events. The evening of extravagance and flair features world-renowned DJ Sam Gee, and a special performance by America’s Got Talent star Brian Justin Crum. Tickets are on sale now, and for a limited time, get $5 off with the promo code SCARE22.
The event will boast eight VIP areas, several full bars for the 1200 guests, and an unforgettable laser show, all alongside one of the largest dance floors in Pinellas County. With star-studded entertainment, guests will be taken on “a ghoulish musical journey of euphoria, seduction, and mayhem.”
Totally Euphoric Events is also the company behind Jubilation On The Pier, led by CEO Steve Harris and his 38 years of experience in producing events. As always, Harris has a commitment to using his events as a way to help the community, and Rapture will be no different. A portion of proceeds from the spectacular evening will go to support the St. Petersburg Free Clinic, one of St. Pete’s most impactful and necessary services.
At Jubilation, Harris raised more than $8,000 for Metro Inclusive Heath and Tunnels to Towers Organization. He anticipates even more funding being raised at this massive Halloween ball.
Rapture is being put on with the support of Enigma Bar and Lounge, Daddies Doughnuts and Delights, and Atlas Body + Home. Find more information at totallyeuphoricstpete.com. Tickets are $45 in advance or $55 at the door, and you can get $5 off with the promo code SCARE22.
Rapture comes from long history of fundraising events
Harris is a native New Yorker from Westchester County, and he has been organizing fundraising events since as far back as 1984. His first event was a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, and he has since raised money for charities such as God’s Love We Deliver, ARCS, The Matthew Shepard Foundation, The Quilt Project, The Trevor Project, The Center in NY and many others.
When visiting St Pete a couple years ago, he walked down the new St. Pete Pier and from there fell in love with the city. Four months later, he became a resident, and by last fall, he was already working with the city to begin throwing massive events.
“How can you not fall in love with St Pete,” Harris said. “It’s the friendliest city I have ever lived in. Everyone who lives here, loves their city and it shows.”