☓ TURN BACK ☓
☓ FREE IF YOU DARE ☓
Plenty of witches have walked through fire & made it out alive. The walls always try to speak—but who can trust what they say? Evil always disguises itself, but red hats make the perfect kindling. This October, for one night only, Mischief Night is wreaking havoc on Tattooed Mom. Are you afraid?
☓ Mischief Night Pop-Up: A Halloween Art Show & Horror House ☓
FREE // 21+ // UPSTAIRS
∴ Chilling artwork & shocking installations
∴ Free photobooth experiences that will terrorize and torment you ∴ An irresistible cocktail concoction ∴ Tattooed Mom‘s full food & drink menu
∴ Cobwebs, spider legs, holy water, haunted dolls, pumpkin carvings, and much more! ∴
Taped Off TV
Night Own Designs
Spooky Squash (Mike Levy)
& Photobooth Experiences by James Dream.
☓ The Delia Deetz ☓
Stoli Razberi + Lo-Fi Sweet Vermouth + Aperol + Strawberry Jam + Sparkling Water + served with a red licorice straw. Available Wednesday, 10/29 through Sunday, 11/3.
**Accessibility Note: The 2nd floor of Tattooed Mom is only accessible via a set of stairs, which may be manageable for those who use mobility aids. No strobe lights will be used during this event.**
Enjoy this event with our Burger Wednesday specials:
$4 Mom’s Beef Burgers & Mom’s Vegan Burgers,
$2 Narragansett Lager Tall Boys,
a special Burger of the Month,
& half price drafts 5-7pm and 10-11pm
Join the Facebook Event and invite the whole coven.
About The Project – Mural Photo Booth is a collaborative project between beloved South Street bar Tattooed Mom and new Fabric Row home and life shop YOWIE. They chose two artists that speak to the fun, quirky, and creative vibe of South Street and wanted to create a fun, Spring Fest inspired installation that begs to be interacted with.
About The Artists:
Emilia Brintnall is a visual artist based in Philadelphia. Emilia primary works in paper mache sculpture, video and installation. Emilia creates work based on animals, plants, landscapes and everyday objects that are lumpy playful versions of their real forms. Often her sculptures and drawings transform into fantasy hybrid creatures or piles of characters.
James Dream is a multidisciplinary visionary artist. His current work involves creating spaces conducive to moving emotions, sparking imagination, and most importantly, play.
Be sure to stop by the mural photo booth installations on the 200 block of South Street during the Spring Festival on Saturday May 5 from 11am – 8pm. Feel free to take selfies, pics of your kids, family & besties & tag the artists (@emiliabrintnall & @flesh_prince) and #SouthStFest. Enjoy this fun life sized sidewalk photo booth.
This project was created with the generous support of Paradigm Gallery + Studio and the South Street Headhouse District.