[PAST EVENT] PSF Halloween Party
Access & Features
- Paid event
- Ticketed event
It's back and better than ever!!! The annual PSF Halloween Party will take place Friday, October 29th at the front of the law school from 7:30 to 11pm. Doors will close at 10pm.
Tickets will be sold virtually from Oct 19 to Oct 24, and in-person ONLY from Oct 25 to Oct 28 during the lunch hour. Alcohol Tickets are $20 and include 3 drinks at the event. Non-Alcohol Tickets are $15. Cash or Venmo will be accepted as payment. If purchasing tickets in-person, please bring your government issued ID and William & Mary ID.
Tickets will not be available for purchase at the door; they must be purchased in advance.
Law Students are welcome to bring one outside guest to the event. Per William & Mary policy outside guests do not need to show proof of vaccination, but for the safety of our William & Mary Law School community please ensure any outside guests you invite are vaccinated.
William & Mary’s policy on outside guests can be found here: https://www.wm.edu/sites/pathforward/alumni/index.php#event.
For the safety of our guests, William & Mary security will be present at the event. Security will check bags and coats to ensure no outside beverages or containers are being brought into the event.
PSF members and campus security will be checking the IDs of guests at check-in. Please note that acceptable IDs must show an individual’s birth date, which include drivers licenses, passports, Armed Forces or Coast Guard ID, or foreign government ID. Student IDs are not acceptable forms of identification.
Please do not overconsume alcohol before arriving as those guests will not be able to enter the event. Guests who overconsume alcohol at the event will be asked to leave. Attendees will not be allowed to enter the event after 10:00 PM.
Per campus guidelines, masks are not required outdoors, but are highly encouraged. Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.
Please remember to use your W&M email to register.
Reminder: We are determined to have fun this year. However, safety must be considered. All COVID-19 regulations and precautions set by the college and law school should be followed.