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Nightmare at the Museum and Beetlejuice After Party

Saturday Nov 3, 2018

1801 Mountain Rd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104

Phone: 841-2802
Website: Click to Visit






Ivan Wiener

Phone: 505-265-7866
Website: Click to Visit

Get your groove on at one of the hottest costume contests in Albuquerque after the screening of Beetlejuice with Deejay Picazzo, a cash bar and food truck provided by Street Food Institute.


Get your groove on at one of the hottest costume parties in Albuquerque after the screening of Beetlejuice at the NM Natural History Museum. Dance the night away with Deejay Picazzo, full cash bar by Texas Roadhouse, Beetlejuice set displays by Dragon's House of Horror and food truck provided by CNM's Street Food Institute. Costume contest where pairs of AFME 2019 passes will be given to the top 3 costumes.

See also: Reel World


The Albuquerque Film & Music Experience is kicking off its annual fundraising efforts with the Spooktacular Night“mare” at the Museum. What makes it a Night“mare” and not a “Nightmare” or even a plain old Nightmare? Guess you’ll have to go and figure that out yourself. On Saturday, Nov. 3 the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science is hosting a 30th anniversary screening of Tim Burton’s 1988 horror comedy Beetlejuice at its DynaTheater from 7 to 9pm. Tickets are $10. Attendees are encouraged to dress as their favorite dead film or music celebrities (no dead authors, evidently). The top three costumes will win pairs of passes to AFME 2019. Following the screening is the Night”mare” at the Museum After Party. Music comes courtesy of DJ Picazzo Stevens. A cash bar is located in the museum lobby, and CNM’s Street Food Institute truck will be parked outside. Dragon’s House of Horrors provides the seasonally appropriate decorations. If you are unable to attend the movie, after party tickets can be purchased separately for $15 ($20 day of show). The New Mexico Museum of Natural History is located at 1801 Mountain Road NW. For more info go to

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