Never one to rest on its laurels – even after an ablicious Pride block party – Ten cranked up its party machine again for Halloween, offering Murder Under the Big Top for queens to costume all Saturday night long.
And they did. As drag queens, super heroes, scary monsters, warriors and so much more. There was a contest and prizes for all of those costumes, along with DJs Rob Reum and Daryl Cox.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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