October 31 – November 2 – Three Day Halloween de los Muertos Celebration with President Brown and Anthony B

October 31 – November 2 – Three Day Halloween de los Muertos Celebration with President Brown and Anthony B

Photos by Agnes Patak

Forever Found Humboldt Celebrates Halloween and Dia de los Muertos with a Three-Night Celebration, October 31 – November 2, in Eureka with Wess Vegas’ House of Horrors, Also Two Nights of Reggae with Prezident Brown and Anthony B, Family Vibes, Catered Dinner, Decorations, Costume Contests, Honoring the Monarch Butterfly, Kids Zone, and more.

Starting on Halloween, Thursday, October 31, the 18 and older crowd is invited to Wess Vegas’ House of Horrors for DJ dance party and costume contest.

The following night, Friday, November 1, Forever Found Productions is producing a family reggae party with catered dinner and the conscious music of reggae veteran Prezident Brown.

On Saturday, November 2, Humboldt welcomes back the original “Fireman” Anthony B, with opening act The Higher Logic Project.

HOUSE OF HORRORS – Thursday, October 31

The House of Horrors producer Wess Vega says, “This is the scariest event to ever hit Humboldt County with projection visuals and outrageous décor. We are also showcasing the Horrific Freak Show with burlesque acts.” Live DJ music will include hip hop, EDM, and House. Attendees can enjoy two floors, three bars of adult beverages, merchandise booths, live art, food, outdoor munchie court, and a VIP access section, plus a costume contest with $100 prize for “most creative costume contest.”

House of Horror Tickets on Eventbrite

PREZIDENT BROWN – Friday, November 1

Forever Found Productions invites the public to this special evening of Dia de los Muertos celebration with festival decorations, Mexican food and irie reggae designed for the whole family or as a respite from Halloween activities. From 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., an authentic taco bar with all the fixings and sides including fresh smoked fish, chicken and veggies, will be served.

Then at 9 p.m., Prezident Brown takes the stage and the venue is transformed into a dance club.

Prezident Brown is a Jamaican roots reggae artist who carries a universal message of love, consciousness and righteousness. Prez is a gifted vocalist who has been focusing on his calling as a singer from an early age. He has never wavered in his focus touring the US consistently for the last decade.

Check out Prezident Brown’s new video – Desperate Times

Tickets for dinner and music are $30 (or $20 for music only). Discounted tickets available for kids under 18. (The mezzanine floor will be set up as a fun Kids Zone including games and face painting). Tickets available on Eventbrite.com


ANTHONY B – Saturday, November 2 Dia de los Muertos Celebration. Forever Found will be transformed into this cultural event with altars to remember the dead,

Tickets on Eventbrite: $25 advance event tickets available on Eventbrite.com

($35 at the door).


Humboldt welcomes Jamaican deejay and member of the Rastafari movement, Anthony B back for an 18+ reggae concert. Anthony B embodies all that it is spiritual and proactive about reggae music. This artist has been steadfast in his mission to represent the poor and oppressed, using sharp lyrics to confront political injustices and bring the issues of the people to the forefront. In the process, he has raised the quality of performance standards and lyrical content for the industry, through the release of 13 albums, over 1000 singles and appearances on over 100 albums in the last 14 years. Opening act, The Higher Logic Project, is a high-energy rock inspired reggae group that represents the emerging artistic counterculture and were a big hit at the Funk N Reggae Music Festival in Blue Lake.

This evening also features a Day of the Dead (Dia de las Muertos) costume contest with a $200 prize for best costume ($100 gift certificate to Heart of the Emerald Dispensary plus $100 cash).

Forever Found Humboldt’s Dia de los Muertos celebration will take place over three days: Thursday, October 31, Friday, November 1 and Saturday, November 2nd, 2019. Our guiding theme is the Monarch Butterfly.

We embrace the Monarch butterfly as a symbol of Dreamers and Immigrants whose personal journeys echo the annual migrations the butterflies make between Mexico and the U.S. The Monarch’s pending inclusion on the Endangered Species list is also an urgent call to love and protect our shared earth. As we celebrate, we share our gratitude for the beautiful migration of Dia de los Muertos from its homeland of Michoacán to the heart of Humboldt.

Sponsors to this event are Heart of the Emerald Dispensary, Pierson Building Center, and 8 Mile Family Farms.

For more information www.ForeverFoundHumboldt.com.    info@HumboldtCountyGrown.com or call 707-834-9781.