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Starlight Children’s Foundation to Host Dream Halloween 2016 at The Park Plaza in Los Angeles on October 22

Dream Halloween

Cindy Crawford, Bailee Madison, John Stamos and Maroon 5’s James Valentine headline all-star event host committee

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LOS ANGELES (Sept. 8, 2016) — Starlight Children’s Foundation will host LA’s iconic Dream Halloween® costume party and fundraiser at the historic Park Plaza in downtown Los Angeles on October 22, 2016. The popular family-friendly event returns this year as a charity benefit for Starlight whose mission is to bring happiness to critically, chronically and terminally ill children. Since 1992, Dream Halloween has raised millions of dollars to support kids and families facing serious health challenges.

Starlight invites guests to check into the legendary “Starlight Hotel” for Dream Halloween 2016. This one-of-a-kind costume party will delight children and adults with two floors and three ballrooms full of games, crafts, food, live performances and other phantasmagorical surprises throughout the night. Dream Halloween is produced by Joe Moller Events, a full service boutique event production company based in Los Angeles.

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Starlight’s all-star Dream Halloween host committee includes Ashley Argota, Butterscotch, Philippe Cousteau, Ashlan Gorse Cousteau, Deborah Cox, Cindy Crawford, Tiffany Espensen, Mckenna Grace, Sammi Hanratty, Stacy Keibler, Joey King, Dave Koz, Elise Luthman, Joey Luthman, Bailee Madison, Mahkenna, Kayla Maisonet, Sierra McCormick, Katherine McNamara, Brendan Meyer, Aubrey K. Miller, Dylan Minnette, Dave Koz, Kathleen Robertson, Elisabeth Röhm, John Stamos, Sophie Simmons, James Valentine and Theo Von.

All proceeds benefit Starlight Children’s Foundation. Sponsorships, ticket packages and individual tickets are on sale now atwww.dreamhalloween.org. For every sponsorship or ticket package purchased, Starlight will donate complimentary event passes to LA-area kids and families supported by Starlight’s network of community partners including children’s hospitals, specialty camps and clinics, respite houses and shelters.

Michaels Stores is the Title Sponsor of Dream Halloween. Additional event sponsors include: Colgate-Palmolive; Dave Koz & Friends at Sea; Disney; the Northwestern Mutual offices of Los Angeles, Irvine, Las Vegas and West Los Angeles; Nintendo of America; Insomniac Games; and Audrey’s Cookies.

For more information about Dream Halloween, including sponsorships, ticket packages or to purchase individual tickets, please visit www.dreamhalloween.org or contact Lauren Stephenson, Manager, Impact & Philanthropy, at 424-245-3693or by email at lauren.stephenson@starlight.org.

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Red carpet and media inquiries should be directed to Chris de Haan, Senior Director, Public Relations at 424-245-3698 or by email at chris.dehaan@starlight.org.

About Starlight Children’s Foundation
Starlight brings happiness to critically, chronically and terminally ill children. We believe that every child deserves to experience the excitement, wonder and joy of childhood – because a sick kid is still a kid at heart. Starlight offers programs that provide entertainment, education and innovative technology to hospitalized children and their families. Founded in 1982, Starlight is an award-winning 501(c)3 nonprofit that supports children and families in the US, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom. Learn more at www.starlight.org and follow Starlight on Instagram and Facebook at /StarlightChildrensFoundation and on Twitter @StarlightOnline.

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