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LUCENT DOSSIER EXPERIENCE Announces ‘Lucent Enchantent Society’ — New Residency At Clifton’s Downtown Los Angeles

Halloween 1935 is near, and the veil between this world and the next is thin. Take your place beside oracles, snake charmers, contortionists, and fire eaters to witness and behold the haunted mystery of Clifton’s Lucent Enchantment Society.  LUCENT DOSSIER EXPERIENCE–the world-renowned, innovative performance collective that embellishes original music with powerful dancers, breathtaking aerial artists and stunning fire shows-return to downtown Los Angeles to launch their brand new residency show at the historic multi-level restaurant and bar Clifton’s (www.cliftonsla.com; 648 S. Broadway, Los Angeles)

The Lucent Enchantment Society launches this Saturday, October 22 with a soft speakeasy style opening that’s free to the public with a secret password.  The full show officially kicks off Halloween weekend on Saturday, October 29 and then moves to every other Thursday, beginning November 10 to coincide with downtown’s popular Art Walk. (November 24’s Thanksgiving date will be moved to November 23).  Tickets for Halloween weekend are on sale HERE, with unique experiential packages offered.

Expect walking into a fully immersive world set in 1930’s and 40’s Los Angeles but with a romantic spin. Clifton’s will be transformed as 20 LUCENT DOSSIER EXPERIENCE aerialists, contortionists and performers will create “a world within a world” of magic, mystery and charm.

Earlier this year, LUCENT DOSSIER EXPERIENCE debuted a new 3D Live, augmented reality performance to a massive Coachella crowd with closing sets at the Sahara Tent on both Friday’s(April 15 & 22) of the two-weekend-long event to high-acclaim; LUCENT DOSSIER EXPERIENCE continued with their Lightning in a Bottle extravaganza–a combination of new performances and original ones, with only a few seen at this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, returning to the original 2D format.  The collective also brought their festival show to Hollywood’s Avalon nightclub.

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