American Idol winner and American singer Adam Lambert cordially invited 700 Hilton Honors members to attend his elaborate Ghost Town Halloween Party at The Beverly Hilton in on October 31. Guests will be decked out in their best costumes for red-carpet arrivals, dancing, and a private concert by the “Whataya Want from Me" singer himself. The affair is in celebration of Lambert’s third album The Original High featuring his current single "Ghost Town.”
Last year at actor David Arquette's burlesque nightclub Bootsy Bellows, Lambert tricked the crowd by arriving at his annual bash virtually unrecognizable as Wolf Man. Other Halloweens he has appeared as Satan, a vampire, a goth and a genie, so who knows how he’ll be disguised this year. (Though we’re crossing our fingers for a superfab Elvis.) But one thing is certain, the treat is that the event benefits a good cause: Point Foundation, which enables LGBTQ students to achieve academic and leadership success.
Photo Credit: Adam Lambert
The evening is the latest in Hilton’s new Hilton@PLAY program of uniquely-curated artist experiences with stars that have so far included U2, Gavin DeGraw, Mick Fleetwood, Colbie Caillat, Cody Simpson, Nick Jonas and Andy Grammer. From private concerts to meet-and-greets, Hilton@PLAY’s VIP artist connections are available only by redeeming Hilton HHonors points.