Friday, November 1st
Dupont Underground is a non-profit community arts organization run almost entirely by volunteers. Their goal is to be committed to developing a multidisciplinary platform for creative expression and they strive to reflect the diversity of our community – both artists and audiences.
Dupont Underground is comprised of 15,000 square feet of repurposed infrastructural space beneath the city’s iconic Dupont Circle - a nexus of Washington’s cultural, civic, and commercial life. Opened in 1949 as a trolley station, 75,000 square feet of underground platforms and tunnels were closed off in 1962 when the city’s streetcar system shut down.
Designated as a fallout shelter in the late 1960s and hosting a short-lived food court on the West platform in the mid-1990s, the space was abandoned until 2016 when it was repurposed as Dupont Underground. The Dupont Underground hosts projects and work that might not be an easy fit in more conventional venues making it a perfect collaborative venue for Going Underground: Halloween.
Nora Lee is a full-service events and marketing company based in Washington D.C. Operating since 2018, Nora Lee offers highly customized and unique events and has partnered with various local and national non-profits making sure that each and every event is inspiring, extraordinary, and unforgettable.
A first of its kind, Going Underground: Halloween, will highlight a uniquely themed event that will drive attendees’ costumes, entertainment and engagement - focused on the culturally bright colors and celebration of The Day of The Dead.
VIPs will enjoy a Mystery Reception private tour of the secret abandoned tunnels of the Dupont Underground starting at 7pm. VIP guests will receive more haunting details prior to event. Event will open to the general public from 8-10pm.
Featured Vendors and Sponsors Include: Lucy Black Entertainment, DJs Farrah Flosscett & Tezrah, Revolution Event & Design Production, TBD Immersive, All About Balloons, Brady Scot Photography, Ana Isabel Photography, Booth-o-Rama, Perspective by Matt Miller & WASHINGTONIAN Magazine.
For further information please contact Brandt Ricca at