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Ring In La Noche De Muertos With Flamenco And Fortune Tellers At El Cid
Silver Lake's historic supper club will transform into a haunted Spanish mansion next week.As if you didn't have enough awesome options for Día de los Muertos and Halloween, El Cid on Sunset Blvd. is throwing a special night of music, dancing, food and booze on October 31st. The event, La Noche de los Muertos, will add a dark twist to their famous flamenco shows, along with the addition of offerings to the dead, fortune tellers and more.
The evening will feature musical performances from The 440's, Apollinaire, and The Miscreants, as well as flamenco dancers Misuda Cohen and Company. There's also going to be a photo booth and a "deliciously creepy" menu from Chef Juvenal. The beautiful theater and patio of the iconic event space will also be decked out in strings of traditional papel picado, marigolds, and paper mache skulls.
General admission to the night is $20, but if you're looking to add to the allure and mystery of the night, you can upgrade to $85 VIP tickets, which includes a two-hour open bar and passed apps. Or if you're really feeling in the spirit, so to speak, you can ball with a VIP reserved booth, which includes tickets for 4, a 3-course meal for everyone and your own bottle of tequila for $400. Tickets can be purchasedhere.
And to give you a sense of the vibe of the night, check out this impressive promo video they made for the event: