Freaky Friday 'Loo featuring 'Urband Legend"

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“Freaky Friday ‘Loo” with Live Music by Great “Urban Legend” Band

If you like “Friday ‘Loo” in the Park, then you will love it after DARK! Join all of the ghosts, goblins and zombies for a thrilling night as Main Street Waterloo presents “Freaky Friday ‘Loo” featuring “Urban Legend”, on Friday, October 28, on the main floor of the Blacks Building at 501 Sycamore Street in downtown Waterloo.

The Party will be held from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and will feature live music, dancing, a costume contest, cash prizes, and lots of creepy surprises. Food will be provided by Newton’s Café and adult beverages, including a “witches brew” will be available for purchase. Costumes are optional and there is no cover charge for this spine-tingling event.

The featured band “Urban Legend”, a classic rock 'n roll cover band playing favorites from the 70's and 80's, will be playing lots of Halloween music including Michael Jackson’s famous song “Thriller” with some dancing zombies as well! The event is a fundraiser for Main Street Waterloo to make up for all of the Friday ‘Loo rainout losses this summer.

See you there!

Freaky Friday 'Loo featuring 'Urband Legend"

Address : Blacks Building, 501 Sycamore Street, Downtown Waterloo Waterloo IA
Phone : 319-493-0808   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 319-291-4298

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Admission Fee : Free


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