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Wine country goes Hollywood at the Halloween Harvest Costume Ball 

Central Coast LIVE! Productions has announced that the inaugural Halloween Harvest Costume Ball taking place on Oct. 27– 28, 2017 at the Tooth & Nail Winery castle in Paso Robles with a portion of the proceeds to benefit must! Charities. The evening is being described as “Wine Country Goes Hollywood”, blending fine wines, light bites and tasty treats from local restaurants and an immersive evening designed to awaken and tantalize all five senses. The event is a 21-and-older affair requiring attendees arrive in full costume regalia.

The large-scale project has brought together some of the region’s most talented actors, artisans, creative people and visionaries. San Luis Obispo based artist and musician, Colleen Gnos was selected as the cover girl and brand ambassador posing as an alluring and elegant green witch. Sabrina Lovell, a 30-year veteran of Tarot will be on hand both nights for complementary readings. World-renowned magician and mentalist Rich Ferguson will also be in attendance amazing and entertaining all night long. Rich has millions of subscribers on his YouTube channel and has appeared on The Ellen Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Today Show, and more.

The vision for the event, created by Central Coast LIVE! Founders Brad and Jennifer Golden, is a Halloween themed experience unlike anything ever before produced on the California Central Coast. Over the last year, the couple and their team have made a considerable investment of both time and money in conceiving, developing and constructing the event. “The castle will be transformed using dramatic lighting, spooky sounds, special effects and stocked with props that guests can interactive with,” says Brad Golden. With the event being costume mandatory both nights, guests will also be encouraged to enter the grand costume contest for a chance to win $250 for first place in each of five categories; scariest, funniest, sexiest, most original and best couple.

In support of the event, Gary Kramer, founder of Kramer Guitars and owner of Gary Kramer Guitar Cellars (wine tasting room and guitar museum) in Paso Robles has donated a $3,000 Crusader Deluxe guitar as a raffle item which will be on display at Tooth and Nail Winery castle for the month of October. “Over the years, my wife Laura Kramer, a professional Halloween designer, produced the most incredible Halloween sets at our home in West Los Angeles. It drew thousands of spectators every year! Now that we live here in Central Coast wine country, it’s really exciting to have such a highly polished Halloween event to attend,” says Kramer.

The event is Fri-Sat, Oct 27–28. Doors open for VIPs at 7 p.m., General Admission at 8 p.m. The event runs until midnight. Tickets are: $100 General Admission and $175 VIP. Tickets can be purchased from the Halloween Harvest Costume Ball website. Tickets are limited.

Tooth and Nail Winery is located at 3090 Anderson Rd., Paso Robles.



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