17 October, 2017
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The 20 Best Halloween Parties and Events in Hong Kong 2017

17 October, 2017

The spookiest events in town

 

Are you the type of person that goes all out on Halloween? Or do you just like celebrating by keepin’ it casual and checking out everyone else’s Hallo-riffic outfits at crazy parties? Whichever you may be, Halloween is our favourite time of the year, as it’s the one and only time (besides the 7’s), where we get to let loose and step into a different personality. So, we’ve rounded up some of the most unforgettable parties that will give you a dreadfully daunting night!

Skull cocktail halloween

La Huesuda: Death in the Basement

Head to this new Mexican bar in LKF and get treated to a night of frightful fun. Don’t have time to get decked out? No problem. A complimentary make-up artist will be on hand to turn you into a ghoulish sight. There will also be plenty of ‘glow in the dark’ tattoos, and DJ JEKEY will be spinning beats. Reserve and RSVP to [email protected] for the early bird price of $150 (includes a free drink) or pay $200 (one drink included) at the door.

When: Saturday, 28 October from 7pm onwards
Where: Basement, 21 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: RSVP only; $150 in advance, $200 at the door (one drink included in the price)

Halloween Taco Tuesday

Are you a taco lover that wants to celebrate Halloween in a low-key way with a few friends, as far away from Lan Kwai as possible? (I feel ya). Head to Commissary, the casual So-Cal restaurant, on the scariest day of the year for its spooky decor (but chilled-out vibe), and free candy bags! Try its Halloween-special drink concoction, An American Werewolf in Hong Kong ($80), and of course, don’t forget the tacos.

When: Tuesday, 31 October, 6pm onwards
Where: Commissary, Level 4, Pacific Place, Admiralty, Hong Kong
How much: $30 Gin Sours and $45 beers. Taco prices and varieties as per normal – $50 tacos, $140 for 3, $160 for 4, $200 for 5 and $300 for 8 – call 2602 0707 to book!

Read more: Sassy’s Guide To Taco Tuesday Deals

Zombie Survival

This one’s for all you fearless souls! Want to brave your way through a truly unique Halloween experience? Have you ever watched a zombie movie and wondered what it might feel like if you were in it? Hong Kong-based entertainment company, Glitter and Gore, is giving you the opportunity to step into a live action world of zombies and mark your safety at ‘The Safe Place.’ This interactive and highly entertaining three-hour long event is bound to give you both goosebumps and a night you won’t forget.

When: Saturday, 28 October
Where: ‘The Safe Place’ (undisclosed)
How much: $800 – find more info here!

Dead Not Alive Halloween 2017

Join the dead at this ghastly costume Halloween party, hosted at one of the snazziest locations in town! Due to popular demand, ‘Dead not Alive’ is celebrating its 10th anniversary, giving it more of a reason to throw a party that’s bigger and better. Get groovy on the dance floor in one of its three rooms with Hong Kong’s favourite DJs, giving you plenty of music genres and vibes to choose from.

When: Saturday, 28 October, 10pm onwards
Where: ARMANI/PRIVE, Charter House, 8 Connaught Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $315 – get your tickets here!

Jinjuu halloween

Cirque du Jinjuu: Hour of the Dark Twins

This Halloween, Jinjuu is beckoning all the evil twins out there to come together for a night of quirky and freaky celebrations. Amongst a night of nightmares, the modern Korean restaurant will be ready to award the best dressed couple with a special prize, so be sure to arrive in your best!

When: Saturday, 28 October 2017, 11pm-1am
Where: Jinjuu, UG/F, 32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $350 – get your tickets here!

Halloween Southside Market

Brace yourselves, the most popular and highly loved Long Lunch is back! Spend your Sunday afternoon in the best way possible at the Halloween-themed brunch with an insanely impressive buffet. Besides the glorious food, there will also be live music and shopping options. You’re sure to leave with a happy stomach and an even happier heart.

When: Sunday, 30 October, 12pm to 4pm
Where: The Butcher’s Club, 16/F, Shui Ki Industrial Building, 18 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
How much: $450 – get your tickets here!

Creepy Ciao Chow

Spooky tunes, wicked food and nasty booze! Get in the Halloween spirit with Ciao Chow’s special dinner buffet, including the most hallo-rrific dishes made especially for all the party foodies out there. With free-flow beer and FUFU music, seats are bound to be limited…

When: Tuesday, 31 October, 6:30pm to 12am
Where: Ciao Chow, G/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $348 with halloween buffet / $498 per person with buffet and free-flow beer and champagne – get your tickets here, or email [email protected] to book!

Seven Deadly Sins: Halloween with Mrs Pound

Get trapped in the wrath of your own sins with Mrs Pound as it envelops you in its ghastly Halloween spirit. Flaunt that scandalous nature and indulge in wickedly delicious new dishes and free-flow cocktails!

When: Saturday, 28 October, 9pm to 1am
Where: Mrs. Pound, G/F, Ming Fat House, 6 Pound Lane, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
How much: $380, including free-flow of drinks, email [email protected] for reservations

Ham & Sherry Halloween

A Nightmare on Ship Street (Ham & Scary)

Avoid the havoc at LKF and escape to a hidden bar with cocktails to die for at great prices. Try the Halloween special drinks, such as The Gravedigger, Corpse Reviver and Pick Your Poison (all $80) and dress your scariest at this bodega-inspired hangout spot. Plus there’s a $1,000 bar tab up for grabs for the best dressed of the night that you can use on your next trip to the back bar!

When: Tuesday, 31 October, 6pm onwards
Where: Back Bar, Ham & Sherry, 1-7 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2555 0628
How much: Free entry!

The Return of Zombie Prom

What better way to have a spook-tacular Halloween then by taking a trip down memory lane to your own high school prom… but dressed as the living dead? Fang Fang is bound to give you a good time with its eclectic evening and exciting crowd. Don’t forget, the best dressed will be crowned Prom King and Queen!

When: Saturday, 28 October, 11pm to 3am
Where: Fang Fang, 8/F, Lan Kwai Fong Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $200 / $250 / $300 on the door – get your tickets here!

Ophelia’s Rocky Horror Picture Show

As glamorous and top-notch as Ophelia is, imagine its version of a legendary Halloween. Presenting the most outrageously intensified party in Hong Kong, this night of the dead consists of deadly dancers, freaky shows and crazy costumes. Step into a time warp and let your body tingle with anticipation as you give up to complete pleasure. Enter at your own risk and get prepared to be enthralled!

When: Saturday, 28 October, and Tuesday, 31 October, 10pm onwards
Where: Ophelia, Shop No. 39A, 1/F, The Avenue, Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
How much: Free for all in a costume – but make sure to register for your ticket here!

Spook-takular Nights at Slide On 79

The new prime spot for pre-gaming on Saturday nights is holding its very own Halloween party with things we all love – haunted decor, lots of candy and Hong Kong’s top DJs, such as DJ Ceet and DJ Anil Ahuja. The best part, however, is its costume contest. Arrive dressed to kill, as the winner with the most sinister outfit will win the chance to splurge with $1,500 at Slide On 79! Its signature cocktails are a bonus, influenced by various cultures to create unique mixers.

When: Friday, 27 October and Saturday, 28 October, 7pm to 10pm
Where: Slide on 79, Shop A/B, Upper Basement, 79 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2779 9279
How much: $400 in advance / $450 at the door – get your tickets here!

Stazione Novella halloween party

Howl-oween at Stazione Novella

Calling all pet-lovers! Dress your canine friends in their scariest costumes and have yourselves a furr-ific Halloween at the dog-friendly hub, Stazione Novella. All furry guests will receive complimentary Pupperoni treats, while humans can choose from a coffee or an Aperol Spritz on the house, as well as other Italian bites.

When: Sunday, 29 October, 12pm to 4pm
Where: Stazione Novella, 52-56 Staunton Street, SoHo, Central, Hong Kong, 2669 0559
How much: Free entry!

‘Dia De Los Muertos’ – Day of The Dead Halloween Party

Flaunt your costume and make-up skills for the Day of the Dead at Lily & Bloom, one of the most popular party venues in Lan Kwai Fong. Arrive fashionably freaky with the squad and enjoy the live entertainment while cranking up the fright.

When: Saturday, 28 October, 10pm to 1am
Where: Lily & Bloom, 5-6/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2810 6166
How much: $350 advance, $450 at the door – get your tickets here

The Royal Society of Explorers and Anthropologists Annual Masked Ball

The whaaa? We don’t know about you, but when we heard the word ‘ball’, our ears perked up. Especially when it’s a masked ball. Who doesn’t love covering their faces in the fanciest way possible? This year, Duddell’s invites you to a night of mystery and disguise where you can choose to be a bewildering wanderer or an enigmatic explorer, whatever suits you best. So pick out your masks and immerse yourself in a world of discoveries!

When: Saturday, 28 October, 10pm onwards
Where: Duddell’s, 3/F, Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $200 – get your tickets here!

Dr. Fern’s Haunted Hospital

Get hospitalised at Dr Fern’s Gin Parlour, ensuring the best care for your mental state. Featuring special prescriptions, including Halloween cocktails, test tube shots and gin concoctions, make sure to come in dressed as a doctor, nurse or surgeon and get test tube shots on the house! Hip-hop personalities such as DJ Jonathan Chan and Magnetic Soul will be handling the tunes.

When: Saturday, 28 October, 8pm onwards
Where: Dr. Ferns Gin Parlour, Basement, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road, Central, 2111 9449
How much: Free entry!

Red cocktail

A Night to Dismember

See and be seen this Halloween at Ce La Vi epic rooftop party in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong. Make an appearance looking ghoulishly glamorous and pick your poison for a night that you definitely won’t remember after one too many of those hellish cocktails…

When: Saturday, 28 October, 10pm onwards
Where: Ce La Vi, 25/F California Tower, 36, 30 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $150 (advance early bird) / $200 (early bird) / $250 (on the door), all tickets include 1 standard drink – get yours here!

Dolce Morte

Offering the most beautiful backdrop any Halloween party could ever have, Aqua Spirit transforms its ultra-stylish interiors into a spook house for a highly spectacular night. Come bare-faced as professional make-up artists will be on hand to paint your face dead scary!

When: Saturday, 28 October, 10pm onwards
Where: Aqua Spirit, 1 Peking Road, Tsim Tsa Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: Free admission, with Halloween canapes on arrival

“Mirror Mirror on Da’ Wall”

Who’s the scariest of them all? Check out this mystifying hub’s magic mirror and find out! Whether you’re an evil queen or a scandalous witch, Dada takes your playful soul on a ride with its spooky party tunes and dreadful cocktails. If you’re feeling daring, try the Sinister Ooze ($90). Famous body painter, Jay, will also be giving you a wicked face makeover to match your costume!

When: Saturday, 28 October, 10pm onwards
Where: Dada Bar + Lounge, 2/F, The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberly Road, Tsim Tsa Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: $180 per person, including free make-up, more info here

Serie Noir

Ever imagined what would happen if the tropical island you were on turned out to be haunted? Well guess what? Potato Head has vowed to bring your creative imaginations to life with its sinister island themed Halloween party. With frightening jungle drums and eerie Italian soundtracks, Serie Noir ensures the complete experience (not to mention, a complimentary zombie-fied cocktail) as you dance the night away!

When: Friday, 27 October, 9pm onwards
Where: Potato Head, 100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
How much: $200 / $300 – get your tickets here!

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