Thursday, December 12, 2019

Lodging Options Available for the Mardi Gras Pub Crawl

We know that everyone is as excited about the World's Largest Mardi Gras Pub Crawl as are we!  We want everyone who attends to have a great time but also be safe.  We have worked hard to partner with several lodging establishments for the night of the Mardi Gras Pub Crawl.  In this blog, we will announce the lodging establishments that we have partnered with.


On-Route Lodging
The following hotels will have drop off & Pick Up Service with the Lake Pub Crawl Busses February 8th, 2020.

Days Inn & Suites
Days Inn & Suites is located at 4755 Osage Beach Parkway, Osage Beach, MO.  This pet friendly hotel is located on the route for the Mardi Gras Pub Crawl.  They are offering a rate of $89.99 + tax per night.  They have a complimentary breakfast, game room, and indoor pool.  You can visit their website or call 573-693-9371.

Inn at Grand Glaize
The Inn at Grand Glaize is a Lake Ozark Resort conveniently located in a secluded cove just 1/4 mile west of the Grand Glaize Bridge and only minutes from numerous attractions and activities. Offering the most beautiful views of the lake this premier lakeside resort has all the amenities you need. From our great staff to the comfy white sheets you’ll enjoy your time at the Lake of the Ozarks! They will be offering rates of $79-$89 for Friday night and $129-$139 for Saturday night. Their address is 5142 Osage Beach Parkway, Osage Beach, MO.

Lake House Hotel
Lake House Hotel (formerly Guest House Inn & Suites Osage Beach) provides travelers with a refreshing respite from life on the road. Enjoy well-appointed, hotel accommodations paired with unparalleled hospitality. Take advantage of our generous amenities such as complimentary Continental Breakfast, High-Speed Internet access, Indoor Swimming Pool, and more at our top hotel near Lake of the Ozarks. They are offering $99 per night for 2 adults. You can call them at 573-693-9336 or book online.


Quail's Nest Inn & Suites
Quail’s Nest can offer you the best value at Lake of the Ozarks. Compare our rates and amenities, adjacent shopping and restaurants and nearby attractions, boating, golf and entertainment. The staff will do everything possible to make your vacation memories at the lake include Quail’s Nest. They are located at 4644 Osage Beach Parkway, Osage Beach, MO. They are offering $89.50 per night for 1 king bed or 2 queens or $99.50 per night for a deluxe room with a fridge & microwave. Call 573-348-2834 or book online.

Quality Inn Lake of the Ozarks
When you stay at the Quality Inn® Lake of the Ozarks, you’re getting the amenities you want with the convenience you need. With free hot breakfasts each morning to fuel you up for the day ahead, guests can also enjoy the indoor heated pool, hot tub, seasonal outdoor pool and fitness center.  They are offering the rate of $74 a night + tax.  You can call 573-365-2700 or book online.  


The Lodge at Port Arrowhead
Experience lake life at its best at the newly remodeled Lodge at Port Arrowhead. Bask in the beauty of Lake of the Ozarks while relishing the affordable convenience of our central location — just 2.6 miles from Bagnell Dam in Lake Ozark and Osage Beach. Enjoy a cool night in February at their indoor pool. The physical address for the Lodge is 573-693-9988. The rate is $99 per night and you can call or book online.

Additional Lodging Specials Not on Route

Camden on the Lake
The Camden on the Lake Resort, Spa & Yacht Club at Toad Cove has something to offer everyone, whether you are looking to party, planning a business retreat or need a relaxing escape – there is a time and a place for it all! Camden on the Lake is located at 2359 Bittersweet Rd, Lake Ozark, MO. Rates will start at $119 night plus tax. Booking is available by phone or online.

 

Regalia Hotel & Conference Center

Newly remodeled hotel off Horseshoe Bend Parkway in Lake Ozark. Reinventing a 5 star resort experience at the Lake of the Ozarks, you will not be disappointed with this remodel. They are offering rooms for $89.99 per night and you can book online or call 573-723-3000.

 
As you can see we have partnered with great options for guests to stay during the Pub Crawl.  We truly want everyone to be safe and always have a designated driver while enjoying a few beverages with friends.  With the hotels that are on the route, our busses will pick you and your friends up and drop you off when you are ready to end the night.  The busses will be running until 2:30 am.  Feel free to visit our website for details about the Mardi Gras Pub Crawl and we look forward to seeing you in February.


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Thursday, December 5, 2019

How Your Company Can Advertise at the World's Largest Mardi Gras Pub Crawl

The Lake of the Ozarks Mardi Gras Pub Crawl brings thousands of people to the lake area in the middle of February. Not only is it a great time to let your hair down and have some mid-winter fun, but it's also an excellent opportunity to let a LOT of people know about your lake area business. 

We have a wide variety of sponsorship levels available. You're sure to find one that is perfect for getting the word out about the services you offer. If you are a member of the Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, some sponsorship opportunities are available at a discounted rate.  


Transportation Sponsorship Investment Includes:
  • Promotion on LakePubCrawl.com and Pub Crawl Facebook Page
  • Listed on the Lodging & Transportation page on LakePubCrawl.com
Member Rate - $100.00* Non-Member Rate - $150*

Banner Ad Sponsorship Investment Includes:
  • Banner Ad Promotion on LakePubCrawl.com
  • Listed as “Sponsor” on LakePubCrawl.com
  • 2 Event Participants Wristbands
Member Rate - $200.00* Non-Member Rate - $300*

Lodging “Basic Listing” Sponsorship Investment Includes:
  • Logo, hyperlink, Phone #, and special rate listed on LakePubCrawl.com
  • Lake Area Chamber Lodging Members are provided basic listing complimentary*
Non-Member Rate: $375*

Enhanced Lodging Sponsorship Investment Includes: 
  • Showcased with “Featured” Lodging Listing on website
  • Logo, Phone #, and special rate listed on LakePubCrawl.com
  • Promotion on Lake Pub Crawl Facebook Page
  • 1 Promotional SMS Text Message to 650+ Pub Crawl Participants
  • 1 Email Blast promoting your facility and rate specials to our database of 3,100 recipients 
Member Rate - $250.00* Non-Member Rate - $375*

Supporting Sponsorship Investment - $1000 
  • Business included on promotional flyers and Event Map
  • Banner Ad Promotions on LakePubCrawl.com
  • Listed as “Sponsor” on LakePubCrawl.com and promoted on Pub Crawl Facebook & Twitter
  • 4 Event Participant Wristbands

Premium Sponsorship Investment - $3,000
  • Business sponsorship included on event t-shirt, Promotional flyers, and Event Map (if sponsorship paid prior to October 31st, 2019)
  • Banner Ad Promotion on LakePubCrawl.com
  • Listed as “Sponsor” on LakePubCrawl.com and promoted on Pub Crawl Facebook & Twitter
  • 6 Event Participant Wristbands
  • 1 Promotional SMS Text Message to our 650+ Pub Crawl Participant Subscription list
  • 1 Personalized Email Blast sent to our database of 3100+ recipients (artwork provided by sponsor)

Title Sponsorship Investment (only 1 available) - $10,000
  • Business Name included in Official Event Logo (printed on the front of every shirt – sponsorship must be paid prior to October 31st, 2019)
  • Business Promotion on Flyers, Event Map, Radio, Billboards, LakePubCrawl.com, Pub Crawl Facebook and Twitter Page. (7,500+ Facebook Fans & 550+ Twitter Followers)
  • Banner Ad Promotion on LakePubCrawl.com
  • 10 Event Participant Wristbands
  • 2 Promotional SMS Text Message to 650+ Pub Crawl Participants
  • 2 Personalized Email Blasts sent to our database of 3100+ email recipients (artwork provided by sponsor)

Sign Up NOW!

If you are interested in any of the sponsorship levels above, especially the Title Sponsorship of which there is only 1 available, don't hesitate to contact the Lake Area Chamber of Commerce. Call them at 573-964-1008 or email Info@LakeAreaChamber.com.


This is an excellent opportunity to get the word out about everything you do to thousands of people, both local residents and visitors from out of town who will undoubtedly be back to the lake area again and again. The 2020 Lake Pub Crawl will be taking place on Saturday, February 8, 2020. Even though that is a couple of months away, we are already getting numerous inquiries and attention on our Facebook and Twitter pages. The best time for you to join the party as a Lake of the Ozarks Mardi Gras Pub Crawl sponsor is right now!  


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Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Reasons to be Thankful for the Mardi Gras Pub Crawl

Thanksgiving is a time to express gratitude for things and people that you appreciate in your life. We hope that the World’s Largest Mardi Gras Pub Crawl makes the list. In this week’s blog, we will tell you a few reasons to be thankful for the Lake of the Ozarks Mardi Gras Pub Crawl.  


Fun Event to Attend during the Winter Months

By January, most of us lake lovers are starting to get cabin fever. We miss the excitement that we all experience during the fun-filled summer months at the Lake of the Ozarks. The pub crawl falls in February when we need to get out of the house, socialize, and have some fun. This event brings out a crowd of people who are dressed up and ready to enjoy the traditions of Mardi Gras. People who think there’s nothing to do during the offseason obviously haven’t had a chance to attend the Mardi Gras Pub Crawl.  

We Take the Worry out of Drinking and Driving 

Since a large portion of the evening involves alcoholic beverages, we wanted to make sure that there was a way for everyone to enjoy themselves without having to worry about finding a volunteer to be the sober chauffeur. After all, this event only comes around once a year! 

For the price of a $10 wristband, we provide transportation on our Lake Pub Crawl buses from 4:00 pm on Saturday, February 8th, 2020, through the wee hours of Sunday morning. (That wristband gets you into every bar & restaurant too!) Not only are there safe buses to transport you to every stop, but there are over 30 buses running continuously so that you don't have to wait very long when you're ready to go. Stops are also made at hotels along the route and most off-route hotels and resorts offer a shuttle of their own to get you to the pub crawl. That means you don't even need your car keys to get to the event! 

One Lucky Winner Goes for FREE

We are giving away an all-inclusive Lake Pub Crawl package to a lucky winner, and all you have to do is visit www.LakePubCrawl.com and sign up! As long as you do that before the drawing being held on January 31, 2020, you will be entered to win:

  • 2 Event Wristbands
  • 2 Lake Pub Crawl T-Shirts
  • A 1-Night Hotel Stay
  • A variety of gift certificates to participating bars. 

Many Ways to Stay Updated on the Event

Even though it’s only Thanksgiving, February 8, 2020, is going to be here quicker than you'd expect! The closer it gets to the actual date, the best hotels will begin filling up fast. The sooner you begin making plans with all of your friends to be here, the better! 

To make sure that you are always kept up-to-date on everything involving all of the pub crawl fun, we've got a few easy ways to do just that. To receive text messages sent directly to your phone, simply text "LAKEPUBCRAWL" to 71441. If you prefer a monthly email update, you can sign up for our Lake Pub Crawl newsletter on the website. Last, but certainly not least, follow us on your favorite social media channels. From there you can share posts with friends, ask questions, make comments, and keep the excitement for this upcoming event going strong. 


Start making plans with your friends and family at Thanksgiving dinner to attend the winter event of Lake of the Ozarks. We are still in the process of planning all the details for the Lake Pub Crawl, but we will be releasing new information soon. 

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Friday, November 22, 2019

Mardi Gras Traditions over the Years

When you think of Mardi Gras there are definite traditions that have been practiced for hundreds of years. Mardi Gras in New Orleans follows several of the traditions for this over the top carnival holiday.  We are hoping that attending the World’s Largest Mardi Gras Pub Crawl becomes a tradition for many of you. In this week’s blog, we will highlight a few of the most common traditions practiced during Mardi Gras.


When you look at the history of Mardi Gras you will often see the word Krewe used. A Krewe is an organization that is responsible for creating the parties and parades happening for Mardi Gras in New Orleans. It is made up of several members and a captain, and these people work throughout the year in secret preparing for the big celebration. There are many Krewes around today, but the Rex Krewe dates all the way back to the 1800s. Krewes were mostly made up of males until the early 1900s when all-female krewes began to appear. Krewes seem to be involved in the creation of many Mardi Gras traditions.  

Beads and Doubloons
Beads are the most popular thing thrown for Mardi Gras across the country, but in New Orleans, a wide variety of things are thrown from parade floats in addition to beads. In the first parades the beads were made of glass but in the mid-twentieth century plastic beads were introduced. Small
trinkets such as stuffed animals, small toys, doubloons, and plastic cups (aka New Orleans dinnerware!) are all used.  Doubloons became a very popular commodity in 1960 when they were first thrown by the Krewe of Rex. Doubloons are 2-sided medallions that have become a collector’s item in New Orleans. The medallions had the krewe’s founding date, emblem, and name on one side and the theme of the parade on the other side. Over the years, they became so popular that every krewe created their own doubloon. If you plan on attending a parade in New Orleans be prepared to work hard to get your hands on a doubloon, they are very sought after from parade-goers.

Masks
Mardi Gras masks add an element of mystery and intrigue to the celebration. Originally, wearing a mask during this holiday allowed a person to let their guard down and feel free to have a good time. This allowed different classes of society to mingle with each other. Today it is a fun and beautiful tradition that still allows a person to feel like they can be a bit freer to act out more than usual, providing a sense of anonymity. The law in New Orleans requires anyone riding on a float must wear a mask.  

King Cakes
King Cakes have changed quite a bit over the years. The New Orleans King cake may be plain, filled with cream cheese, fruit, or pecans. The cake is decorated with the traditional Mardi Gras colors purple, green, and gold. This may sound a little bazaar, but a plastic baby is placed inside the cake and whoever the lucky person is the receives the piece of cake with the baby is asked to buy the next cake.


With these traditions explained, now you are prepared to attend the Lake Pub Crawl on February 8, 2020. Maybe we should start our own tradition at the Lake of the Ozarks with our own doubloon and our version of the King Cake. To follow updated information on the Mardi Gras Pub Crawl, follow our social media or visit our website.  You can also text “LakePubCrawl” to 71441.  



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Thursday, November 14, 2019

Famous Celebrations around the World for Mardi Gras

The Lake of the Ozarks Mardi Gras Pub Crawl is hoping to create a Mardi Gras atmosphere as well-known as New Orleans. New Orleans is known in the United States as the best Mardi Gras celebration in the country. This well-known holiday is celebrated all over the world with lavish parties and costumes. In this week’s blog, we will highlight some of the best celebrations in the world. 


Cologne, Germany
We all think New Orleans has the longest Mardi Gras celebration, but in Cologne, the party starts November 11th and runs to Fat Tuesday. The kickoff starts with a “Women’s Carnival” which is an unofficial holiday where women dress up in costumes and rule the day with harmless fun. You can also expect a rose parade and the burning of straw figures. Street vendors serve traditional German food like brats and pretzels along with hot spiced wine. 

Venice, Italy
One of the oldest festivals held Venice is the Carnival of Venice. The extravagant costumes, the lavish balls, and the elaborate masks that are worn have made the festival world-famous. There are many dances, carnivals, fireworks, and concerts throughout the city. The famous Festa Veneziana brings the celebration to the water, by rowing down the canal in costume. People gather along the canal to enjoy the show. 

Rio de Janeiro
This celebration is labeled as the world's biggest Carnival. According to the calendar, their events last for 5 days, but the parties can begin months before that! It takes place in the peak of summer in South America with wildly elaborate balls, uninhibited dancing, flashy costumes, and huge, glittery parades. Dozens of samba schools compete in a famous competition consisting of costumes, choreography, and percussion. Rio Carnival is the favorite holiday celebration in Rio.

Cadiz, Spain
Cadiz, Spain is known for its satire and music during their Mardi Gras celebration. It is the oldest celebration on the mainland. There is a singing competition three weeks before the opening day of the carnival. The competition is full of satire and entertainment down the streets. They also have parades and fireworks for people to enjoy. 

Quebec City, Canada
A giant snowman with a red cap named Bonhomme happens to be the official mascot for the festivities. You can expect all kinds of sporty events at the Quebec City carnival. Guests will enjoy canoe races and dogsled races just to name a couple. It’s not your normal Mardi Gras celebration with costumes and parades. In Quebec City, you will see ice and snow sculptures along with a snow bath where people with celebrating indoors in swimsuits.    

Nice, France
The Nice Carnival is held on the French Riviera, is one of the world’s largest Mardi Gras events. The event lasts 15 days and is full of flowers. By flowers we truly mean, they have a parade where the floats are made from flowers and flowers are thrown to the spectators. 


As you can see, Mardi Gras is a special time of year for people all over the world. For those who can’t travel to a different country to enjoy the holiday, the Lake of the Ozarks Mardi Gras parade will not disappoint. Dress up in your favorite Mardi Gras costume, buy a wristband, and ride the bus for a place to place to enjoy a night of fun at the Lake of the Ozarks. For more information about the Lake Pub Crawl, visit our website, follow our social media, or text LAKEPUBCRAWL to 71441. 



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Friday, November 8, 2019

Amazing Mardi Gras Celebrations held in the US

Many cities across the United States celebrate Mardi Gras by partaking in drinks and Cajun food.  The tradition of Mardi Gras in strong in the US since the French and Catholics communities arrived in Alabama.  Regardless of what city you choose to enjoy the festivities, you’re sure to enjoy over the top parades, costumes, amazing food, and plenty of beverages.  The World’s Largest Mardi Gras Pub Crawl will not disappoint, crawlers will be dressed for the celebration, restaurants will have great food choices, and plenty of drinks try.  In this week’s blog, we will highlight cities across the US that will also be celebrating Mardi Gras in full force. 


New Orleans, Louisiana
It’s no secret that New Orleans is known for its Mardi Gras.  Thousands of people head to New Orleans to watch the Mardi Gras parades, listen to live music, and drink the night away.  The party lasts about 2 weeks in New Orleans with something for everyone to enjoy.  If you’re planning on heading to New Orleans do your research on what parades and parties that most interest you.  This will ensure you don’t show up at the wrong type of party.  

Mobile, Alabama
In 1703 the first Mardi Gras celebration that is known was in Mobile.  Like New Orleans, they start the carnival celebration two weeks prior to Fat Tuesday.  The streets of Mobile with be lined with bands, dancers, and performers of all kinds.  If you decide Mobile is a place you would like to check out for Mardi Gras, check out the Carnival Museum that is dedicated to the history of Mardi Gras in Mobile.

Galveston, TX
We all know Texas likes to do things big!  The Mardi Gras celebration in Galveston keeps with that statement.  With floats, food, and music the Galveston celebration is one of the most famous events in the country.

St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis boasts that they have the best Mardi Gras event outside of New Orleans.  They might be right, Soulard is the place to be during Mardi Gras.  With lavish balls and parades throughout St. Louis, you have your choice of where you would like to go.  The restaurants in St. Louis are fantastic so expect to have a great time with great cuisine while attending Mardi Gras in St. Louis. 

Orlando, Florida
Universal Studio goes all out for 50 days for Mardi Gras with a parade and performers every night.  There will be headliners for visitors to enjoy at the large concerts they will have at Universal. 

Pensacola, Florida
Have you ever seen a parade held at night?  At Pensacola, the city has two parades and one of them is held in the evening, the floats that have lights all over them.  The parade that is held during the day is also extravagant with costumes that are sure to impress.
As you can see Mardi Gras parties will be held all of the country, however the Lake of the Ozarks Mardi Gras Pub Crawl in the largest in the world.  Mark your calendars for a great winter event at the Lake of the Ozarks.  The Mardi Gras Pub Crawl will be February 8, 2020, this year.  To keep up to date on all the details follow our social media, check our website, or sign up for our text alerts. 



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Friday, November 1, 2019

2020 is the 19th Year of the Mardi Gras Pub Crawl

Start 2020 with a bang by attending the Lake of the Ozarks Mardi Gras Pub Crawl. This will be the 19th Annual Mardi Gras Pub Crawl and this one will not disappoint. The crawl started as a small local pub crawl to give the locals a great event to enjoy in the offseason. Over the years the pub crawl has grown into the biggest annual party at the Lake of the Ozarks that goers drive hours to attend. 



Some guests go all out with their Mardi Gras costume with exquisite masks, beads, large Mardi Gras hats, and we can’t forget the tutus. Purple, gold, and green outfits will fill the bars and streets of Osage Beach & Lake Ozark. If you aren’t interested in dressing up for the big event, that’s ok. Everyone is welcome to enjoy the night of fun. However, Mardi Gras Pub Crawl t-shirts will be available to purchase before the crawl or you can pick one up at the bars that are participating in the crawl. Wear them to the pub crawl or take one home as a keepsake. 

We are still working on finalizing the stops on the crawl this year, but last year we had 16 stops full of fun and entertainment. As more people continue to come to the pub crawl, more establishments will participate in the night of fun. The bars & restaurants will stretch from the outskirts of Osage Beach to the historic Bagnell Dam Strip. There will be a mix of live bands and DJ’s that will have the dance rocking all night long. 

The first year of the pub crawl guests were on their own to get from stop to stop. As the pub crawl progressed over the years, buses were added to shuttle crawlers from stop to stop. The event has grown so much last year we were up to 32 buses running from stop to stop picking up crawlers and taking them to their next stop. The buses will make stops throughout the night at participating hotels picking up folks who do not want to drive to the first stop of the night. Some hotels that are not on the route will provide their shuttle to ensure their guests get home safely. 

There is a $10 wrist band fee which will get you into all the bars and restaurants with no cover charge. 

The wrist band is required and includes:
  • Entry to 16 participating venues
  • Unlimited entertainment – All locations will have a band or DJ
  • Bus transportation to all 16 locations.
  • Pick up and drop off at participating Hotels/Motels.
Wrist bands can be purchased the night of the event or before the event at all the participating bars/restaurants and specific Hotel/Motel sponsors. Sunshine Daydream on the Bagnell Dam strip will have wrist bands available, too!



Stay tuned for the announcement of the bars/restaurants that will be participating in 2020 and the Don’t Drink & Drive Hotel packages that will be available. The 2020 Lake of the Ozarks Pub Crawl is scheduled for Saturday, February 8, 2020. The buses will run from 4:00 pm – 2:30 am to make sure everyone gets where they need to be that night. You can stay updated on the 19th Annual Lake of the Ozarks Mardi Gras Pub Crawl a couple of different ways. Follow our social media, sign up for our email newsletter at www.LakePubCrawl.com, or text “LakePubCrawl” to 71441. 



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Friday, October 25, 2019

Halloween Events You Won’t Want to Miss

We wish it was the Mardi Gras Pub Crawl this weekend, but it is only October. Since we have a few more months before we all participate in the World’s Largest Mardi Gras Pub Crawl at the Lake of the Ozarks, we decided this week we will talk about Halloween. In this week’s blog, we will highlight a few of the must-go Halloween events at the Lake of the Ozarks. 



Halloween Costume Party @ Tucker’s Shuckers Oyster & Tap 

Address: 1339 Bagnell Dam Blvd. 
                Lake Ozark, MO 
                9 pm – 1 am

Saturday Night - October 26th
 Eat, Drink, and be SCARY in your best Halloween Costume
They will be giving away a $1000 Tucker's Shuckers Gift Card (you heard that right $1000!) to the person with the best costume of the night!
 We'll be looking for the most creative, over-the-top, original costumes out there!
 Party starts at 9 pm with DJ Kaizen!
 Judging will take place at midnight
Must be at least 21 years of age to attend the party


Halloween Party at Fat Polly’s 

Address: 3080 Bagnell Dam Blvd.
               Lake Ozark, MO
               9 pm – 12 am

The costume party starts at 9 pm on Saturday, October 26th. 
The winning costume will win a $250 gift card.
The contest will start at 10 pm. 
DJ Bob Dodds will have the party rocking.


Tirebiters Peanut Pub Halloween Bash

Address: 4704 Jayhawk St. 
               Osage Beach, MO
Date: October 29th
Hours: 9 pm to closing

Come join the pre-Halloween Bash at Tirebiters! 

They will have a costume contest for Best Overall Costume with a $100 cash prize, the scariest costume will receive a $25 Gift Card, the funniest costume will win a $25 Gift Card, and the Best Couple/Duo costume will receive a $25 Gift Card. Each winner will also get their choice of Tirebiters merchandise! 
Everyone dressed in a costume will be entered in for drawings we will be doing throughout the night!! 
DJ Taz will be on from 9 until midnight and he will be reading off Halloween Trivia all night for chances to win prizes!  

Tirebiters will, of course, be having our industry night specials that consist of:
  $2.50 wells 
 $2.50 domestics 
  $2 apple pie shots


Wicked Willie’s Halloween Bash

Address: 5384 Osage Beach Pkwy.
                Osage Beach, MO

Date: October 31st
Time: 8 pm – 1 am

Join Wicked Willie’s for our annual Halloween Blowout Bash on Thursday, October 31, 2019! You might want to make plans now to call in "sick" to work on Friday! 

DJ Dr. Cheese will be spinning all of your favorite spooky dance tunes. We'll have some great drinks specials in store for you. The COSTUME CONTEST will award prizes for the Best Individual Costume and the Best Couple/Group Costume. 

Get ready to get your dance on and party with the ghouls! It's going to be a wicked good time you do not want to miss!



After seeing a few of the events that are happening for Halloween we hope you dress up and go have a great time! The Mardi Gras Pub Crawl is only a few months away, make sure you mark your calendars, tell your friends, and join us for a night of fun. To stay up to date on the pub crawl visit our website www.LakePubCrawl.com and follow our social media. See you in February with your Mardi Gras masks on. 



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