heroes and villiansHONOLULU – Calling all heroes and villains! Every year, Halloween at the Hyatt draws Waikiki’s largest crowd of costumed partygoers to the most extravagant themed costume contest. On Friday, October 31, 2014 from 8:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa, heroes and villains will battle it out for the best costume victory.

Guests may enter to compete in the night’s outrageous costume contest for a chance to win the ultimate 1st place $1,000 cash prize, 2nd place five-days, four-nights Vacations Hawaii trip to Las Vegas, or 3rd place $500 in cash and prizes.

In addition to the costume contest, Halloween at the Hyatt will have poolside cabanas and lounge VIP tables, an apple bobbing contest with prizes, and a MillerCoors beer garden.

Halloween at the Hyatt will also host an extravagant Hennessy Poolside Party at the Hyatt pool deck. Guests will be treated to entertainment from Hawaii’s top DJs, exciting giveaways, and samplings of Hennessy Black and Hennessy VS signature drink specials hosted by Hennessy models.

This is a 21+ event. Presale tickets will cost $10 for regular entry and $15 for VIP entry. VIP entry will also include a glow-in-the-dark bracelet, speedy entrance with no lines, a VIP lanyard and a candy pouch.

Tickets are available at various locations, including Ginza Nightclub, the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Campus Center and online atevents.racesauce.comPoolside cabanas and VIP lounge tables available with bottle service. Email VIP and bottle service reservations to info@hpelive.com. Self-parking and valet service is available at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki.

Presented by HPELive, Racesauce Events, Element Group, MillerCoors, Chosen Few, Yelp, Hennessy and Ciroc, Halloween at the Hyatt is the most extravagant and biggest costume contest in Waikiki, drawing in hundreds of creative partygoers looking to celebrate the year’s spookiest event in style. This unforgettable extravaganza offers amazing prizes, event giveaways, and spine-chilling thrills every year as Hawaii’s favorite Halloween party.

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