Indulge in an evening of Gothic elegance

The Vampire Queen,

Mother of the Immortals,

And Her Clan invite you to

Vampire Ball.

October 28th, 2016, 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Celebrating 13 years of Phoenix’s Cult Classic Lisa Starry’s A Vampire Tale.


Get your tickets early and save.

Sponsored by The Listening Room Phoenix, a special VIP area will include early entry, appetizers, a dessert bar, as well as additional exclusive perks. General admission pricing for the Vampire Ball ranges from $29 to $40 and VIP admission is $49 to $80. Beginning at midnight, tickets are only $10 at the door.

Proceeds support Scorpius Dance Theatre’s 2016/17 Season.

Scorpius Dance Theatre is a Non-Profit 501-C-3.

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Vampire Queen

On October 28th, from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., Scorpius Dance Theatre and Davisson Entertainment present Vampire Ball. Hosted by Vamp, Faris DuVal, this sexy, stylish affair is perfectly themed for creatures of the night to celebrate the Halloween season. The people watching will be just as “fang”tastic as the entertainment! Guests are encouraged to dress to the nines in their most captivating vampire or goth attire.

When the clock strikes midnight, it’s Transylvania time! Dance the rest of the night away to gothic/industrial/techno beats by DJs Defense.Mekanizm and Self.Destrukt, as well as electronic band and DJ duo, Bella Lune.

The evening will be filled with plenty of spellbinding spectacles, including original dance and aerial vampire-themed works created by the Valley’s leading contemporary dance company, Scorpius Dance Theatre. Throughout the night, mix and mingle, strike a seductive pose for photos, sip on bloody beverages from a no-host bar, and admire the alluring body paint of vampire models. 



DJ Self.Destrukt

Photo Credit: Nicola Vendettoli

DJ Self-destrukt

Dj’s Bella Lune

Photo Credit: Light Pulse Studios

DJ Defense Mekanizm

Photo Credit: Kevin Von Krol

Hosted by


Vamp Faris Duval

Faris Duval




Scorpius Dance Theatre

The evening will be filled with spellbinding spectacles, including original dance and aerial vampire-themed works created by the Valley’s leading dance company, Scorpius Dance Theatre.

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Perish Dignam

Perish Dignam, an L.A.-based fetish model and performer, will make a special appearance for photo opportunities, as well as mesmerizing the crowd with a metal grinding performance. Gaining worldwide recognition, Perish has been the face of countless demons, vampires and other lustful creatures in a myriad of well-known music videos, films and live theater performances. 

Body Painting

Body Painting

Brandon McGill

Brandon McGill has made a name for himself by tackling the unconventional. From the bright and bold, to the dark and mysterious, he is drawn to creating interesting extremes.

Check out more of his art work here.

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Dress Code


The dress code of the the Vampire Ball will be a centerpiece of our event, filling the night with energy. Make sure that you are dressed to impress. The collective experience will make for an unforgettable night.

Examples of styles, genres & clothing:

Steampunk girl

Dorian Gray

Vamp Couple

Ancient Egyptian

Masked lady

Venetian Carnival
Fairy Tale
Victorian/18th century

Basics: If you cannot match any of these, a black suit or dress will do.

Please do not wear T-shirts, blue jeans, street clothes, sportswear, sneakers, etc.   

The dress code will be enforced by the box office and security.

Some places to get your costumes


Vampire costume

See you there

The Vampire Ball is being held in The Grand Ballroom at Club Palazzo: 710 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85004.

Parking is limited. Please plan ahead! We encourage carpooling, taking the light rail, or using a car service like Uber or Lyft.



Club Palazzo

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