Head to Tin Roof this Saturday to give your costume a test run at Halloween in July

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Halloween is the only holiday where it is socially acceptable to go out at night in creepy costumes and scare people. Too bad it only comes once a year, right? For the first time in its eight-year history, Tin Roof’s Halloween in July, which the chain has previously run as an invite-only event in other markets, is open to the public. American Circus Acts bring a live aerial hoop performance to entertain all the ghouls and ghosts at the party, and Who’s Hot Orlando is on hand to capture all of the special effects. Tickets must be purchased in advance, and all proceeds go to the West Orange Habitat for Humanity.

8:00 p.m. Saturday, July 18 | Tin Roof Orlando, 8371 International Drive | hijorlando.eventbrite.com | $10






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