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Eerie Ball 2014 Recap

This years Eerie Ball was a blast! With all the alcohol from Tanduay it was a bit hard to remember what went down that night, so he we are doing a short recap of the night. We hope you all got to recuperate from all that crazy fun. 

Art installation titled Uhong Express by Ronyel Compra, you can check out more of his works here.

Our lovely host Maria Gigante working it.

DJ Pop Days working up some chill tunes while the bands set up.

First band up was Psychomonkey.

Second band was the very energetic Sunday Sunday.

The last band of the night was mosh pit inducing The Pervs.

Hogwarts students and ghouls getting some serious beer pong on.

Best Male Costume of the night was Daper Wolf Guy!

The Best Female Costume of the night was Miss Totoro, she told us she had her costume made just for that night. 

Best Couple costume went to house Slytherin and Ravenclaw, 10 points to your houses!

Best Group went to the rowdy and fun Purge group.

Our late night host Gomez Adams a.k.a Stib.

Dj Carlson taking the booth over until the wee hours.

Thanks to everyone who went to this years Eerie Ball, we hope you had a blast cause we did! All the costume winners received gift packs from The Chillage. If you didn't get to go there's always going to be next year. We hope you all rehydrated and took care of your hangovers cause we'll be seeing you next year! 

We'd like to give a big shout out to Tanduay, The Chillage, Bomba Press, DJ Carlson, and Sound Flux. We hope we can work again together in future events!

We'll be posting more photos soon on our facebook page.

Photos by the ever talented Banawe Corvera, you can check out more of her awesome photos here

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