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The spooky Carnaval de la Lune experience is coming to Los Angeles

by Samantha Davis-Friedman

Halloween is coming early to the Heritage Square Museum in Los Angeles, thanks to “Les Carnaval de la Lune,” a spooky circus-themed experience on June 12, 2021.

Les Carnaval
Images courtesy of Witches Brew LA

The newest experience from Witches Brew LA — a SoCal-based event production company specializing in themed entertainment and immersive events — is a unique night market that pays homage to vintage cirque and sideshow acts.

Zachariah the Witch
Photo courtesy of Zachariah The Witch

During the event, guests will arrive at the historic grounds of the Heritage Square Museum to find it transformed into a spooky Victorian-era circus-themed marketplace where they will find more than 60 apothecaries, artisans, oddities, and mystics as well as encounter the lost souls of “Les Carnaval de la Lune” led by Zachariah The Witch.

Step right up (if you dare) and take a photo at the many themed photo-ops, try your luck at the carnival games, or pick up a carnival-themed treat from Rad Coffee Truck or Hustle ‘N Dough and frighteningly delicious vegan hot dogs at The Frankenstand.

“Les Carnaval de la Lune” will take place from 4-10 p.m. on June 12, 2021. General admission tickets are $15 and include a two-hour timed entry to the outdoor experience. The “Carnie Package” is $35 and provides “all-day” access to the experience during the event hours, plus a tote bag and exclusive event pin.

All guests must purchase a ticket to attend, and no onsite ticket sales will be available. Timed entry, masks, and social distancing will be enforced for the safety of all guests and performers.

Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

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