‘Spooktacular’ scenes await visitors to Liffey Valley Shopping Centre as it unveils its Halloween season extravaganza, kicking off with the Day of the Dead Kiddie Disco from Saturday, 28th October to Wednesday, 1st November, offering a fantastic array of free and spooky entertainment for all the family.
Little monsters, goblins, and ghouls are invited to come dressed in their best Halloween costumes and avail of free ‘Glow in the Dark’ face paint before they boo-gie the day away beneath the neon lights of the fully decked out disco dancefloor.
There will also be special spooky prizes for costumes that frighten the life out of shoppers and DJ Dead Danny will be holding dance-off competitions to reward the most un–boo-lievable dancers. The best part is there’s no pre-booking required to attend this FREE event; however, it is encouraged to head over early to avoid any scary queues!
Commenting on the announcement, Liffey Valley Shopping Centre Director, Denis O’Connell said: “We’re so excited to launch our first-ever Day of the Dead Disco at Liffey Valley, joining a line-up of successful events hosted in the Centre this year, including our Mother’s Day spin and win event, the return of the ever-popular Easter Emporium, and most recently, the expansion of the Liffey Valley Life Sessions.
Having recently celebrated 25 years in operation, Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is committed to rewarding its loyal customers by building a calendar of accessible, family-friendly events to enhance their experience at the Centre. The Halloween celebrations will give families the opportunity to enjoy a totally free seasonal experience on their doorstep.”
When the family has boo-gied at the Disco, why not extend the fun and explore the expansive offering of over 80 retailers at Liffey Valley? With 20 restaurants and state-of-the-art cinema to keep even the grumpiest of gremlins happy, Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is the ultimate destination for family fun this Halloween.
To find out more about the Dead Disco and the full list of retailers and dining experiences available at Liffey Valley, please visit liffeyvalley.ie.
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