The Anne Rice Vampire Lestat Fan Club “ARVLFC” Originated by Loyal Fans over 27 years ago, the one & only fan club sanctioned by Anne Rice. Founders of the First and Original Vampire Ball. This Annual Halloween Event includes the Undeadcon seminars, Q&A Cocktail hour at St Alphonsus Historical Church and the Anne Rice Vampire Ball - The Gathering of the Ancients Ball... and much more
VAMPIRE BALL WEEKEND
JAZZ COCKTAILS and
CONCOCTIONS at POTIONS
Thursday night, Oct 25 (time TBA)
Join us at Potions, an exclusive Speak Easy in the heart of the Quarter. Celebrate the Birth of Jazz as only a very old Vampire can do. Wear your best Jazz age clothes (1900 to 1930’s)
Tickets are $20 (one free drink included, no Absinthe) Tickets will go on sale soon.
Space is Limited
TRICENTENNIAL VAMPIRE BALL
Friday October 26th, 8pm to 4am
at The Historic Board of Trade
316 Magazine Street
3 Blocks from the French Quarter
Open Bar and food included in admission price.
Join Anne Rice's Vampire Lestat Fan Club for our 30th year of the Coven and the 300th anniversary of our city with a lavish Masquerade Ball celebrating the tricentennial of vampires in New Orleans! 300 Years of Vampires! Dress in you favorite time period, 1718 to present (long formal with Mask)...or anything fabulous!
Sponsored by the Gulf Coast International Costumer's Guild with cash prizes and more.
and DJ Seraph
and more to come....
Back by Popular Demand
Artisans of all kinds....
Benefiting the LGBT+ Archives Project of Louisiana
A Charity that is working with Tulane University and the LA State Museum to record Gay history in New Orleans.
Through out the night, Dance masters will give instruction on several period Ballroom dances so when those songs play....you can join us in dance as we are transported to another time....Dance Cards will be given as a keepsake to record the dances and encourage everyone to mingle and meet some “new blood”
If you have a current ARVLFC Membership
(meaning you have payed your fan club dues this year), you will receive the 30th Anniversary pin, member card, a club bumper sticker, and a little Lagniappe from our Sponsors.
Check back for more info as it develops....
TICKETS ARE GOING FASTER THAN A VAMPIRE ON A SUNNY DAY, Limited space available...get your tickets soon...
The morning after a night of debauchery....join us for Bloody Mary’s in the Library room at the Eliza Jane Hotel. If you survive. . . .
The mission of the LGBT+ Archives Project of Louisiana is to promote and encourage the protection and preservation of materials that chronicle the culture and history of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender community in Louisiana by educating the community on the importance of ensuring that LGBT historical materials are archived and made available for future generations to access.
With the help of The Louisiana State Museums and Tulane University, they promote the proper maintenance and preservation of historical LGBT materials and provide an informational directory of archival resources where LGBT historical materials may be deposited or accessed for research and study.
They index, publish, and maintain a current list of locations of archived historical LGBT materials and develop financial resources to assist in the preservation and availability of certain LGBT collections.
More Info Coming Soon....