Seattle’s Hottest Halloween Party Masquerade Costume Ball is Back

Seattle’s Hottest Halloween Party Masquerade Costume Ball is back at Fremont Studios. That’s right! 17 days left until the Classic Masquerade (“black tie + Venetian-style mask”) and Delicious Costumes (“think fun, sexy, interesting”) fill the room. As you know, where are a handful of amazing Halloween Parties going on, but did you know The Bonza Bash is Seattle’s only Masquerade Costume Ball. 
Get your tickets for $25: here (early bird special).

As with all Bonza Bashes, this is a dressy affair – jeans, sneakers etc… will not be allowed. We get few opportunities to dress up in Seattle, so here’s your chance.

To gain entry to the party, you must be dressed in masquerade or a costume. The dress code will be strictly enforced, if you’re not dressed appropriately, you won’t get in.
Costume Contest
Bonza Bash Halloween is known for having Seattle’s richest costume contest, and this year will be no exception.
Every year at Bonza Bash, the phenomenal costumed party-goers compete for the ultimate prize. Last year, 2 guests won round trip tickets to Australia. This year we have something even better in store. All in all, we’ve got $10,000 in prizes for our costume contest–without a doubt, it’s the biggest, richest and by far the best costume contest in town.
You must register to enter the costume contest. Registration will open when the event opens (8pm for VIP, 8:30 for General Admission), and will conclude at 11:00pm – if you want to be considered for the costume contest, you must register at the contest registration booth before 11:00pm.
Costume Contestants are registered by giving a donation of $5 or more to our charity beneficiary. 100% of the proceeds go to charity. Check out more details regarding our charity partner.
Contest Categories
We will have 5 categories you can choose to enter:
  • Best Costume
  • Best Masquerade
  • Best Group
  • Sexiest Costume
  • Funniest Costume

The winners from the respective categories will compete for the title of Best Overall and the Grand Prize! (Contest details)
Fremont Studios
Fremont Studios is Seattle’s only production movie studio – an amazing venue with one of the best sound and lighting systems in the Pacific Northwest. With a capacity for 2000 guests, we couldn’t think of a better location for Halloween!
DJ Tamm from Kiss 106.1 will be on the decks to keep the dance floor pumpin’ all night long!
Things to keep in mind:
  • Must Dress up in a Masquerade or Costume
  • CASH ONLY bar
  • VIP Private bar will be cash and credit card
  • ID required, 21+ only
  • Free Coat Check
Fremont Studios is located at 155 N 35th St, Seattle, WA, 98103. There are 2 adjacent parking lots next to the building and plenty of nearby street parking in the Fremont area. Coat check is provided at the venue free of charge. Doors open to the public at 8:30pm. Check-in at the registration table at the main entrance to Fremont studios on 35th st.
Tickets On Sale Now:
Tickets are on sale NOW at Shindigg for $25 and selling fast. Last year we packed Fremont Studios with nearly 2,000 guests, the year before at Bell Harbor with 2,000. We had to turn people away who were begging to buy tickets at the door. Get your tickets early and avoid disappointment.
Bonza Gold VIP
Because some of us enjoy the finer things in life, we’re pleased to announce our Bonza Gold VIP package. Bonza Gold VIP tickets are strictly limited to preserve the exclusivity of the experience.
Our VIP experience is constantly evolving and improving thanks to your feedback. We think you’ll like what we’ve put together for this year.
Read more about Bonza Gold VIP Tickets

For more information and details, visit the website.

Written by Captain Cook

Founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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