The Bromantics were finally able to make it to the Arcola Prairie Place Complex on Oct. 21.
The group originally was scheduled to perform this past spring, but due to one of the members getting ill, the band was unable to fulfill their commitment and had to cancel at the last minute.
So, to make it right, the Carlyle District Lions Club brought them to the family Halloween bash, and the weather proved to be good for witches and goblins to come out for the night.
Tim Sedor, the co-ordinator of the event, said it was a successful night. There were a lot of other events taking place the same night, so they were pretty happy with the outcome, and everyone was having a fun time.
Kentucky Fried Chicken served supper. Many families came in their Halloween dress, with around 30 kids attending. Super Mario and Snow White even attended the special night.
The Bromantics usually sing '50s and '60s songs but included many of their own tunes. They also like to get the crowd involved and do not play their music overly loud, so one can still talk to their neighbours.
Sedor said the kids thoroughly enjoyed the night and kept the dance floor filled, while the Bromantics kept the tunes flowing throughout the night.
Prizes were given for best costumes, which went to Candy Bye and Bertha Isleifson.
The colourful crowd danced the night away, while others sat on the sideline and socialized.
The next big event for the club will be held in the spring. There will be a new format for the supper and auction which will be held in Carlyle. With the new format, they are hoping for an improved event.