Milk River Lounge Presents: Masquerade Brooklyn Ball 

October 31, 2016

November 1, 2016

10:00 pm To 4:00 am

$0

Milk River Restaurant, Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, United States

Event Description

Join Milk River Lounge for a Halloween treat. They will be hosting a Halloween Masquerade Ball free for all before midnight. RSVP for chance to join in on the festivities.  NO COVER W/RSVP B4 12!

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