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Alicia Silvestone Approved Vegan Halloween Party Hits NYC This Friday

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Sure, we always knew it was going to be an awesome party, but now that Alicia Silverstone has endorsed it, we’re 100 percent positive it’s going to rock your socks!

On Friday, October 29th, the cool peeps at Veggie Conquest are throwing a spooktacular (come on, I couldn’t resist) vegan Halloween bash — complete with costume contest and vegan candy making competition. Guests are encouraged to wear their most creative Halloween attire and, if you’re feeling particularly brave, participate in the costume contest. Prizes will, of course, be given to the winners.

Says Silverstone, “The awesome folks responsible for putting on Veggie Conquest, an amateur vegan cooking competition in New York, are throwing a Halloween bash in NYC! All proceeds from the party benefit Mercy for Animals.”

Oh yeah, and did I mention that I’m emceeing the event? Because I am. And I want to see all of your smiling faces there!

Want to come hang out with Ecorazzi and all the cool kids? Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Guests must be 21 or over to attend, so make sure you bring those ID’s. Stop by VeggieConquest.com/Halloween to find out more and get your tickets!

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