Peepshow: Scary-Oke!

    October 21, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – October 22, 2017 @ 1:00 am
    Dnipro Ukrainian Cultural Center
    562 Genesee St
    NY 14204
    Squeaky Wheel Film & Media Art Center
    Peepshow: Scary-Oke! @ Dnipro Ukrainian Cultural Center | Buffalo | NY | United States

    Karaoke Fundraiser & Halloween Party
    Pre-Sale Tickets $15 | Door $20
    @ Dnipro Ukrainian Cultural Center
    Purchase at:
    Or at: Squeaky Wheel, The Pine Apple Company, Spot Coffee Elmwood, and Terrapin Station

    Let your inner rock star shine and show off your Halloween threads at Squeaky Wheel’s biannual fundraiser party!

    Squeaky Wheel Film & Media Art Center’s wildly popular fundraiser-art show, Peepshow, returns on October 21st, 2017. Part Halloween Costume Ball, part Legendary Singer’s Hall, this year’s Peepshow: Scary-oke! offers multiple rooms and activities where you can immerse yourself in an audio-visual extravaganza, just in time for Halloween and with a karaoke twist!

    Peepshow: Scary-oke! offers a unique opportunity to sing your favorite songs while celebrating Halloween. Partygoers can perform in five themed karaoke rooms designed by local artists.Themed rooms include: Vamp it up! featuring show-tunes with Holly Johnson; NSFW Room (Not Safe For Work or Werewolves) with black-light face painting by Tom Holt; White Noise karaoke installation by Brian Milbrand; Melt & Move, a psychedelic delirium of visuals by UVB76; and an auto-tuned karaoke Robo Room populated by lo-fi/sci-fi robots by Jeff Mace. The immersive karaoke rooms will showcase an impressive list of karaoke DJ’s including DJ Blue Lazer, DJ J Love, and DJ Rick Vallone. Watch for special cameo performances by local celebrities and karaoke superstars, including, Curtis Lovell & MaDamn Noire, Max Darling, Cersei Lannister, Vidalia May, and more!

    In the ballroom and on the main stage, party goers will have the chance to experience a carnival of participatory activities and spectacles. Silently dance the night away with Silent Disco against a dazzling green-screened backdrop; experience Live Band Karaoke as you belt out your best onstage accompanied by local band Fernway; bid on exciting work by local and regional artists such as Kyle Butler, Mickey Thoren Harmon, Shasti O’Leary Soudant, and virocode in a Silent Art Auction; enjoy Burlesque performances by Femme Noire and a Thriller Dance-Off by Cat Sinclair’s Boolesque Ensemble; enter for your chance to win a costume contest hosted by the artists of The Pine Apple Company; take part in ghoulish carnival games by Esther Neisen, and much more! Be sure to stick around for the collective Epic Song Sing-a-long and a GLDN GIRLS-deejayed dance party to cap off the night.

    Early arrivers will enjoy a Trick or Treat Happy Hour from 7pm-8pm courtesy of local confectionary Blue Table Chocolates. Local pop-up, Yey’s Food will serve up Cambodian inspired cuisine in DNIPRO’s kitchen and Lloyd Taco Trucks will also be on site.

    Get your tickets now and save $5 off the door! Scary-oke tickets can be purchased at:

    Online –
    Squeaky Wheel – 617 Main St. Buffalo,14203
    Pine Apple Company – 224 Allen St, Buffalo, NY 14201
    Spot Coffee Elmwood – 765 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo, NY 14222
    Terrapin Station Buffalo – 1172 Hertel Ave, Buffalo, NY 14216

    Sponsors & Supporters
    Peepshow: Scary-oke! is Squeaky Wheel’s 2017 fundraiser, supporting activities in access, education, and exhibition of media arts and is made possible by the generous support of the following sponsors:
    Allen Street Consulting, Big Ditch Brewing Company, Buffalo Bisons, Block Club, BreadHive Bakery & Cafe, Buffalo Spree magazine, Cafe 59, ChallengerNews, Clover Management, Communication Department at Buffalo State College, Law Office of Dominic Saraceno, eco_logic STUDIO, architecture & engineering, PLLC, FGI Landscaping, Fuse Salon & Gallery, Hodgson Russ LLP, Hurwitz & Fine, P.C., Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria LLP, Lumiflux Media, the Pilates loft, SE² Silent Disco , Sinatra & Company Real Estate, Cosmetic Vein and Laser Center, The Public, Thin Ice, The Department of Media Study, SUNY at Buffalo, UB Department of Art.