Even the bands get into the spirit of Halloween during the Royal BC Museum’s annual Night Shift event. Tickets for this year’s party Oct. 26 go on sale online and in person Sept. 20 at 10 a.m. Photo courtesy Royal BC Museum

Horrors of the Night Shift descend on Royal B.C. Museum

Popular adult-only Halloween costume event expected to sell out quickly

Do you love a good scare and getting together with hundreds of your ghoulish friends?

Then the Royal BC Museum has just the ticket – and they went on sale as of 10 a.m. Friday morning, Sept. 20.

Night Shift: the Halloween version, is an adult-only licensed event happening Oct. 26 at the museum, where you can wander through selected galleries in costume, enjoy drinks and nibblies and marvel at the lengths some people go to get decked on for this special night.

The Clifford Carl Hall is the centre of the action, with live music, DJs and other performances, as well as photo opps, on tap.

Tickets are available online through ticketrocket.co and in person at the museum box office at 675 Belleville St. While 1,000 tickets will be available online, and 100 more in person – watch for the special lineup – they’re sure to go fast as this event is one of the most popular of the year at the museum!



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