Pacific Pride Foundation Hosts Halloween Party: “Frightful Fantasy”

Pacific Pride Foundation (PPF), providing programs and services to more than 10,000 people in Santa Barbara County, will be hosting its second annual Halloween Party titled “Frightful Fantasy” on Oct. 27 at 7:30 p.m.

Hosts Lisa and Mitchell Green will open up their home in Montecito for an outdoor party celebrating Halloween and the local LGBTQ+ community. The event will include live performances, over-the-top decor, dancing, an open bar, passed hors-d’oeuvres, and surprises throughout the night. Guests are encouraged to wear their most elaborate costumes for the costume contest which will include various categories and prizes.

Tickets are $65 each or two for $120, with proceeds benefiting the programs and services of Pacific Pride Foundation.

Valet parking will be available but Lyft or Uber is strongly encouraged. Only guests ages 21 and over will be admitted. The specific Montecito location will be disclosed a week prior to the event.

Tickets can be purchased on NIGHTOUT:

Community members with any questions can contact Jackie at or 805-963-3636 ex. 106.


PPF is the largest LGBTQ+ center between Los Angeles and San Francisco, serving all of Santa Barbara County, and partnering with 35 other educational and nonprofit agencies to create a thriving and visible LGBTQ+ community and prevent the transmission of HIV and HEP-C.  PPF provides services and programs to more than 10,000 clients in the inclusive and diverse LGBTQ+ community including youth programs, elder programs, counseling services, sensitivity trainings, community events, and advocacy on LGBTQ+ issues.

PPF directly prevents the transmission of disease through its HIV/AIDS and HEP-C testing and prevention outreach and education, delivering 1300 free tests in the past year. PPF is the leader in programs for LGBTQ+ youth, serving 200 kids with mental health, suicide prevention, and anti-bullying programs, while providing them with a safe place and leadership opportunities.  PPF is addressing the opioid crisis through the only clean needle exchange program in the county, which collects about 100,000 used needles every year, and distributing Narcan kits, which have saved 90 people from potentially fatal overdoses in the past year.

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