Incognito: A Night of Disguises & Surprises will takes place at The Center for Contemporary Art in Bedminster right before Halloween, with galleries being turned into a haunted happening with music, dancing, food and drink and Halloween Fun.
The evening is scheduled for 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 27.
Guests can wander art studios while experiencing the vibes of the Catz n’ Dawgz band, a high energy dance band with powerful vocals that plays killer classic tunes from the 60’s to today.
Hailing from Mendham, band members have been entertaining patrons in local haunts for almost a decade to rave reviews. Their music covers everything from Janis Joplin to Pink, from the Beatles to Maroon 5.
Other festive fun will be tarot card readings by Woodstock’s Prudence Theriault, caricatures by artist Charlie Churchill, trick or treat games, the Dead Zone lounge, costume contests, masked marauders and more.
Zombies to dance
Talented zombies will thrill guests with a surprise dance performance. And those who attend can indulge in good grub, spirits and dancing to round out this lively art-themed, surprise-filled interactive evening.
Tickets start at $75 per person ($85 at the door). Guests must be 21 years and older. Facilities are fully accessible to all.
About The Center for Contemporary Art
Founded in 1970, The Center for Contemporary Art is a vital regional art center with a vibrant studio art school, extensive exhibition program and important community outreach component. For further information, please visit The Center for Contemporary Art at http://ccabedminster.org/