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Photo via Paper Factory Hotel
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The Paper Factory Hotel in Long Island City will host a Halloween celebration.

The Paper Factory Hotel in Long Island City will partner with several organizations to host City of Gods Halloween, a massive party and immersive experience to celebrate the holiday.

Located at 37-06 36th St., the hotel will be one of two venues to feature performances from more than 40 international artists at nine indoor and outdoor stages, cabaret performances, a menu prepared by Lilly Valley restaurant and more.

A warehouse at 37-08 34th St. will also host performances and the event starts on Oct. 28 at 9 p.m. and ends the next day at 9 p.m. Partners include Brooklyn venue House of Yes; Distrikt, a nonprofit music collective; record label ZERO; and more.

Event organizers are being secretive about what attendees can expect and will not announce the music lineup beforehand. According to the event page, programming includes “sacrifices and offerings,” a Dionysus wine bar, “religious and sacrilegious texts,” “sanctuaries of sin and soul,” “Kali Ma’s chamber of blood” and more.

“We welcome all deities, demigods and demons, gods and goddesses, creatures of creation and those devoted to hedonism beyond the human realm,” the event page read. “Our City at is an endless maze of temples and altars, shrines and sanctuaries for your play and pleasure. Pray and prey upon. Be feared of your wrath and indulge in the rapture of dance. You are magic incarnate, the supreme ruler of all. This is your city. We are your worshipers.”

So far, approximately 1,702 people have bought tickets to the event and the early bird and first release tickets have already sold out. The second release tickets cost $80 and only people 21 and older are allowed to attend.



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