Batman villains take over Icebar Orlando for Gotham on Ice party

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Moshi Moshi Productions have made a name for themselves by throwing elaborately themed afterparties for all of the area’s biggest conventions, bringing in film-quality cosplayers, body paint artists, celebrity guests and live surprises. But this pop-up at Icebar is their first party not tied to a particular con. The concept is cool: Mister Freeze and other Batman villains have taken over “Gotham” – played here by Icebar and the more spacious attached Fire Lounge – and are throwing a party. If you have the cosplay chops, put them to use, as there’s a $100 bar tab you could win. All attendees also receive a free one-day ticket to August’s Walker Stalker Con – a convention devoted to The Walking Dead – which runs $40-$50 normally. And that kind of steal won’t get you assaulted by a psychopathic billionaire dressed up in bat-themed fetish gear.

8 p.m. Saturday, July 28 | Icebar Orlando, 8967 International Drive | moshimoshiproductions.com | $15-$400



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