Well we do not have Ducks Hockey for now, but the Halloween Broomball was so much fun, and it was greatly recieved that we are doing it again!
Now, we will be having a pre-ice party at a private, secret and spooky place prior, you need to pay in order to get the info AND those that do also get into the HAUNTED HOUSE of 80's party the day prior!!!! Spend the weekend with GOT-OC!
Tickets are only $15 in advance, this is a 21 and older event. Only sneakers may be worn on the ice and HELMETS WILL BE PROVIDED AND MUST BE WORN! Spaces, if any will be $20 at the door. We start the session at 11pm for one spooky hour!
Last year, OrangeCounty.com came out and Keyana Moayedi came out to take pictures and write about GOT-OC and the event, ZOMBIE BROOMBALL SWEEPS THE HONDA CENTER
Another Friday night and once again, you find yourself at the local watering hole. Gussied up, drink in hand, going through the motions of the scene most adults know all too well. Honestly, that’s fine, but sometimes, you need change. You need excitement. You need the pure unbridled joy of slipping around on an ice rink smacking a ball with strangers and friends alike.
Stick around once in a while after a Ducks game and you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for. Every month, GOT-OC organizes a game of broomball on the ice at the Honda Center. No rules or structure, just schoolyard-style chaotic fun. Friday night, about 90 people came together for Zombie Broomball, a costumes-encouraged twist on the usual affair.
If you’re not familiar with broomball, it’s pretty straight forward: You run around on the ice in sneakers instead of skates. Instead of a stick and puck, you have a broom... and a ball. There are more serious adult leagues for this kind of thing, but GOT-OC founder Larry Morgia is less concerned with structure and formality.
“[GOT-OC] is just based on using social media as a way to get people together, get out there, and just have a good time.”
For 5 year now, Larry and his fellow organizers have been putting together events for people to simply meet up and enjoy all that Orange County has to offer. From 80s parties at the House of Blues to benefits and limousine rides, the group is meant to help locals discover things they never knew existed in their own back yard.
“We do a little bit of everything,” says Morgia. “We’re more about quality events than quantity events.”
For more info on upcoming GOT-OC events, check out got-oc.com or Log in to your MyOC account to upload pictures of your favorite things to do in Orange County.
Here is some Pics to that event!