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The Event Features The Top Bars in Delaware County, Live Entertainment, Prizes for Best Costumes and a Portion of the Proceeds Is Donated to Charity

This Halloween, everyone will be getting into the spirit as the Second Annual Pumpkin Express™ takes over Delaware County on Saturday, October 24! Kicking off at 1 PM, the area’s favorite restaurants and bars have teamed up to put together the most exciting bar crawl in the history of Delaware County with over 4,000 expected crawlers! This year, the Pumpkin Express™ will feature Barnarby’s Ridley, The Tap Room, Tom & Jerry's, A.J. Stephen's Crab House & Bar, The Heritage Ballrooms, Marty Magee's and Amici. Tickets to the Pumpkin Express include: • Free entry into all participating locations • Unlimited shuttle buses (buses will begin running at 4 PM and end at 1 AM) • $3 Miller Lite Bottles • $4 Bird Dog Whisky Shots • $5 Tito’s Vodka Drinks • Pumpkin Express™ Crawl Map • Costume contest • First drink free card for Barnaby's Haunted Halloween Party on 10.31.15 Halloween costumes are highly encouraged but are not required. Each participating bar will have a midnight Halloween Costume Contest with over $3,000 total in cash and prizes. Live entertainment from some of the area’s hottest bands and DJs will also be part of the Pumpkin Express™ including: -7 DJs (Barnaby's & Heritage Ballrooms) -The Crybabies (formerly the Saints at Barnaby’s from 3 PM – 7 PM) - Last Call Casualty (The Tap Room) - Iron Maiden Tribute Band (Tom & Jerry's) - The Juliano Brothers (from 5 PM – 8 PM at Tom & Jerry’s) - Rock Piano's (A.J.'s) - High Five Swan Dive (Barnaby's & Heritage Ballrooms) Tickets are $10 in advance and doors will open with live entertainment at 1PM. A portion of the proceeds from every ticket purchased will be donated to the Rock For Chop charity. Rock For Chop is an organization determined to promote Down syndrome awareness through an array of events. Proceeds benefit the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Trisomy 21* (Down syndrome) program established in 2003 designed to help individuals with Down syndrome lead a fruitful and healthy life. All attendees must be 21 years of age or older with proper ID.

Date & Time

October 24, 2015



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