West Palm Beach's coolest ghouls will be crawling along Clematis Saturday night, drinks in hand and ready to party. It's already time for MoonFest again, the city's annual Halloween block party that results in a fair amount of hubbub, smooching, and booze-flinging while dancing.
With 20 bands and DJs on three stages and a Silent Disco area, MoonFest certainly won't have a shortage of sounds. However, we know you'll probably be too distracted creating your three boob-ed Florida lady costume to actually figure out which act to see by the time you arrive. So we here at County Grind kindly compiled a simple guide for the fest. We matched which kinda Halloweener you are with which bands are playing, so you can easily meet up with those of similar tastes and interests.
Here are the five people who will definitely be at MoonFest this year.
See also: The Ten Most Florida Halloween Costumes
1. The Group Costumers
They're coming to see: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah!
We see you of ancient references, dressed up as the cast of Gilligan's Island.
Group costumes can get very creative and those in them are always having some sort of giggly blast That's why this indie rock headliner will appeal to their sensibilities. These folks will enjoy dancing to the band's happy, poppy tunes -- perhaps in unison?
Formed in 2004, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah has performed with many rad Davids who have inspired Halloween costumes over the decades, including David Bowie and David Byrne. With song names like "The Skin of My Yellow Country Teeth," this band is perfect for people dressed as the entire cast of Game of Thrones who lived in a time before toothbrushes.
2. The Scantily Clad Drunk Gal
They're coming to see: PRiZM
As Cady Heron says in Mean Girls, Halloween is "the one night a year when a girl can dress like a total slut and no other girls can say anything about it." The same goes for Moonfest, obvi.
So all ladies dressed as dominatrixes or kittens or sexy Virgin Marys will be looking for the DJ that can help them show off their most sensual dance moves. Miami DJ and Ultra Music Festival alum, PRiZM, has plenty of bass-dropping thumpers to get these girls shaking their lace-covered behinds.