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Halloween

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by RiddickBull, Oct 18, 2013.

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  1. RiddickBull

    RiddickBull VIP Whale

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    I am going to Vegas for Halloween. I was wondering how Halloween is in Vegas. Is is very busy with lots of people? Are there a lot of girls walking around with costumes? How are the tables for gambling?
     
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    Halloween is busy... lots of people, lots of drinking, lots of costumes...

    The big thing this year is that Halloween falls on a Thursday so while you will still see some stuff going on up on The Strip, all the clubs and bars will be having their Halloween parties the weekend before (Oct 25-26), however Downtown will be doing their Halloween stuff on October 31st.

    For women: lots of sexy this and sexy that costumes, not sure how much you'll see on Thursday but there would be a lot on the weekend before - thats when the big parties are and most bars and clubs will have things like "Sexiest Costume Contest" for the women with some pretty decent cash prizes so you can get a lot to look at on those days.
     
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    There are a lot of weird people in town being wierd. It is interesting to watch. Tables are slow since these people are not there to gamble.
     
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