Le Carnaval de la Lune is stopping by the Heritage Museum of Orange County on October 1st for one day only. From cirque-themed shows and games to a bustling Dark Art Marketplace, Madame Luna’s Carnaval de la Lune is the perfect transition from summer into the spooky season. Live music, themed beverages, and vintage photo opportunities pay homage to vintage cirque in unexpected ways. This October, encounter the lost souls of Madame Luna’s carnival and explore its mysterious grounds if you dare…
Upon entering Le Carnaval de la Lune, decor reminiscent of the fan-favorite AHS ‘Freak Show’ will plunge you into a delightfully vintage atmosphere. Its retro photo-ops, eerie circus props and costumes, as well as incredible cirque-style performances bring to life the cirque vibes of the 50s with a haunted twist. But no ‘freaks’ here: from live music to magic shows, Le Carnaval de la Lune’s entertainment features only the most talented of the L.A. cirque scene.
While you’re taking in the awe-inspiring performances, you’ll get to savor a selection of decadent themed cocktails like the house’s own Snake Oil Elixir. Or perhaps you’ll fancy a walk through the carnival’s dark art marketplace? There, you’ll find creations made by over 70 curated artists and shops — each as unexpected as the next.
Three ticket options are available for Le Carnaval de la Lune. General admission grants you access to the experience for 2.5 hours, while the Carnie Package includes express entry for 2.5 hours plus an event-exclusive tote & pin. And if you’re fond of making cirque-style memories, the VIP package offers an exclusive photo-op and souvenir photo, alongside access to the VIP lounge and a welcome cocktail — in addition to express entry and the tote & pin.
Ready for a bizarre evening at the heart of a haunting carnival?