Creepy Carnival Ball presented by GPSG
Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 8:00 PM to 11:59 PM (EDT)
**All tickets are now free. If you do not receive an email about your refund by October 23rd, email email@example.com**
You, as a University of Pittsburgh graduate or professional student, are cordially invited to GPSG's Creepy Carnival Ball. Situated around Halloween this year, the Fall formal will consist of carnival food, live band, carnival games, psychic readings, photobooth, raffle prizes, the unexpected, and the spooky! Every student is encouraged to attend this unforgettable affair.
WHAT: Creepy Carnival Ball presented by GPSG
WHO: All Pitt graduate and professional students; Each student may bring 1 non-Pitt guest with registration of a guest ticket
WHERE: O'Hara Student Center
WHEN: Saturday, November 2, 2013 at 8 pm
COST: Free (max 2 tickets per student)
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you there,
Graduate and Professional Student Government
What do I have to bring to this event?
Your Pitt ID (not required for guests), 21+ identification, and your Eventbrite tickets (either paper or electronic). Security at the door will check both IDs.
What if I forget one of my forms of identification?
Unfortunately, we will not be able to let you into the event without proper identification. Be sure to bring it!
I have signed up for the wait list and have received a ticket. Is that one ticket or two tickets?
Because of the scarcity of tickets once the wait list is enabled, students on the wait list can only receive one ticket (not two). You may come to the door on November 2nd and if there are tickets available, you will be able to buy a second ticket for your guest.
What if I cannot make it to the event after I have bought my tickets?
Email email@example.com. If you cancel at least 48 hours prior to the event, we will refund your money with no cancellation charge and open those tickets up for purchase for waitlisted students.
What is the dress code?
Great question. You have the option to take "fancy dress" in the American way (formal) or the British way (costume). My volunteers and I will all be dressed up as zombie carnival workers so if you decide to dress in costume, you won't be entirely alone.
What does "open bar" mean?
Each attendee (who must show 21+ identification at the door) will have open access to beer, wine, and soda. Once you're in the door, your drinks are paid for!