Win $5000 at White Lightning’s Haunted Saloon costume contest this Saturday night

Photo: William Warby

Celebrate Halloween for three nights running and maybe win the largest cash costume contest in Texas at White Lightning‘s Haunted Saloon this Saturday night, October 28, 2017.

Humble’s brand new White Lightning Dancehall Saloon is embracing Halloween in a big Texas way.

The 30,000 square foot dancehall is celebrating “Halloweekend” with three nights of spooky drink specials, capped off by the Saturday night costume contest in Texas. A handful of winners will take home $5000.

With capacity for just over 1,000 Halloween revelers, it’s expected to be a bustling destination in North Houston this weekend.

Ages 21 and up only. Costumes are not required but highly encouraged. Dress code will be enforced.

Halloweekend Drink Specials

  • Thursday, October 26 – Domestic beers, well drinks, house wines and Crown Royals for $2.75; $5 martinis; $3 Gatorade shots.
  • Friday, October 27 – Crown Royal and Captain Morgan for $3, during a live remote with Erin Austin from 100.3 The Bull.
  • Saturday, October 28 – All Deep Eddy Vodka flavors for $3.

About White Lightning Dancehall & Saloon

Newly opened in Humble, White Lightning boasts a Texas-sized dance floor and three primary bars. The largest bar is 70 feet wide and is armed with an arsenal of spirits.

There’s also a daiquiri bar powered by Fat Tuesdays mixers and a craft beer bar with 70 brews on tap.

The Haunted Saloon at White Lightning Dancehall & Saloon


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