The Halloween Masked Ball returns to its nefarious nocturnal haunt at Los Flambardos in Helston on Saturday, October 28, for another chapter of devilish hedonism, this time taking its cue from the seven deadly sins.

Seven deadly sins is an apt theme for the annual trip into the marvelous and macabre as it’s been seven times around the chopping block for the Halloween Masked Ball, and this year is sure to descend into a freefall of wanton debauchery

Pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath and sloth will all be on show, with each of the deadly sins represented across a myriad of themed venues.

One of the much-lauded charms of the Masked Ball is the production and detail to the maze of venues, augmented by a sterling line-up of DJs, acts and performers.

This year drum and bass heavyweights Hospitality will return to the big top to shake the gates of hell with some of the UK’s best breakbeat talent including Fred V vs Graphix, Hugh Hardie, Nu:Logic, Keeno, Makoto, S.P.Y presents In The Dark, Etherwood and Randall B2B S.P.Y.

Also on the roster are Masked Ball favourite sinners and spinners Austin Ato, Future Garden, Bell Towers, Boca 45, DJ Format and MC Abdominal, DJ Suspect, Dafu and Cursa, Justin Robertson, Makoto, Paramida, Pete Issac, Too Many Ts plus seasoned international hellraisers Brandon Block and Bez.

Masked Ball director Kelvin Batt said: “Seven deadly sins is a great theme and something that the ballers themselves came up with so we are dying to get it in place at Flambards. We’ve also got two new stages to be showing everyone as well as a brand new white knuckle ride – Sky-Force. The team can’t wait.”

The devil is in the detail, as they say, so worshipped venues such as The Technodrome, The Underworld, Durty Disco, 45 Live, Oh My God, It’s The Church and Loose People are back in full swing – alongside some new additions - and all the hellraising, spine-chilling rides will be open at Los Flambardos.

The Masked Ball is a walk on the wild side and boasts a strong and varied musical line-up, set among a myriad of curated, stunning venues. The party is a strange and surreal sideshow of fairground follies, rock ‘n’ roll posturing and freak show craziness, all waiting to be discovered in a nocturnal theme park where strange things happen. A myriad of rooms, dancefloors, dens, hidden bars and unpredictable nano-venues, eccentric humour and epic raves, set to a soundtrack of New York disco, primal chants, cosmic guitar licks and terrifying techno.

The Masked Ball takes place on Saturday, October 28, from 6pm to 6am, at Flambards Theme Park.

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