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Update October 29: With another successful Skinful in the books, photos from the event are beginning to surface.
We found a nice set to whet your whistle on Tag Your Photos'" Facebook page.
Want to share your pics? Post a link in the comments sections below.
Update October 23: There are only five days left until Skinful Halloween - are you ready?
Advance tickets are still on sale online for $50 general admission and $100 for VIP with open bars. If you're opting to get your tickets at the door, general admission will be $60 and VIP will be $120.
If the music lineup wasn't already awesome enough (there's eight stages set up out at Brick House to accommodate them all), a little birdie told me that Wu-Tang's GZA will also be making a special appearance during the event.
So folks, get your party pants on, it is bound to be a big night!
Update October 3: Early bird ticket pricing has ended and ticket prices have been bumped up to $50 for general admission and $100 for VIP.
First reporting: Details are still trickling on to the official Skinful Halloween website, but here's what we know so far:
First and foremost, it's all going down on October 27 from 8 p.m. until 4 a.m. at the Brick House Kitchen on James Island.
Party-goers (those 21 and over, of course) will be treated to six musical stages, burlesque pole dancing, urban wake boarding, hay rides, circus acts, hookah bars, dome tents, video walls, lasers and more. As of this posting, the musical lineup consists of The Dubplates featuring Future Fambo and Zumjay, Cousin Dan, Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk, Cut Chemist and Chali 2na from Jurassic 5 and DJ Muggs from Cypress Hill.
As was the case last year, there will be no on-site parking and no personal coolers allowed. There will be cash bars everywhere, however, so bring some loot.
Tickets are on sale now at the early bird prices of $40 a pop for general admission and $80 for VIP.
To get a glimpse of what you're in for, check out Jewell&Ginnie's video from Skinful 2011.
Skinful 2011 from Jewell&Ginnie on Vimeo.
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