The Halloween season is finally upon us. The perfect excuse to dress up in your best fancy dress attire, grab sweets from the neighbours you ignore all year round, and drink classic beverages renamed with awful puns.
Whether you’re geared up for a huge night out with your friends, or simply looking for an excuse to avoid answering the door to trick-or-treaters, then you won’t want to miss celebrating the day of the dead in Liverpool’s most vibrant spot, the Baltic Triangle.
Gone are the days of apple bobbing and pumpkin carving with these incredible events taking place:
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Expect the weird and wonderful as they take over District in the Baltic Triangle for a night of ghoulish games, theatrical interventions, spine chilling VJ sets & much more. Join them as they monster mash the night away to classic halloween hits. Mooncup Theatre & Alternative Fashion Fest will be providing the wonderful and wacky immersive entertainment throughout the night keeping you on your toes with a few guest appearances along the way!
Dress to distress! Prize for the most spooktacular costume.
Camp and Furnace:
In true Camp and Furnace style, Halloween cannot be celebrated by hosting a single event.
Camp and Furnace is set to transform into a haunted crypt with carnival sounds for Mungo’s HiFi Halloween Carnival, bringing you the greatest reggae rave from beyond the grave. Presented by Fiesta Bombarda x WAH, and featuring performances from Mungo’s Hifi ft. YT, The Busy Twist, Rum Riddimz Run and more, this is the perfect Halloween event for reggae lovers and costume addicts alike. With frightful facepainting, spooky performers, and deathly décor, Friday 26 October, 9pm-2am at Camp and Furnace is definitely a date for your diary.
Love a cult classic? Camp and Furnace’s ASBO Cinema is set to screen two of the most loved Halloween films on 31 October. If musical comedies with a hint of horror are more your scene, then do the Time Warp again at The Rocky Horror Picture Show screening, 5pm-8.15pm. The hardcore horror begins when The Ring is screened from 8.45pm-1am. Prepare to jump out your skin and hide behind your mates, as this isn’t your standard movie night. Themed cocktails, a spooky photobooth and scary surprises are also included.
It may be the day of the dead, but 80’s music is still alive and kicking. Tainted Love’s Halloween special is taking place 2 November, with an incredible live band and a host of DJ’s playing the greatest 80’s hits all night long. Sip on scary cocktails or head to the glitter makeover station from 9pm-2am, and dress to impress in a Halloween costume or an 80’s theme ensemble – both are fairly scary. This night is not one to miss!
Camp and Furnace’s hottest Hip Hop and RnB party is also back. Choose a treat over a trick as the Gold Digger event returns for a spook spectacular special –The Dre of the Dead. Become RnB royalty on 3 November by grabbing the golden dollar out the cash cannon and winning £300, or covering yourself in scary amounts of sparkle at the Halloween glitter station. The event is 9pm-2am!
67 Greenland Street, L1 0BY Liverpool
MUNGO’S HIFI HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL: skiddle.com/e/13313010
Rocky Horror Picture Show: http://bit.ly/ASBORockyHorror
The Ring: http://bit.ly/ASBOTheRing
Tainted Love: http://bit.ly/TaintedHalloween
Gold Digger – Dre of the Dead: http://bit.ly/GraveDiggerHalloween
Hangar34 is celebrating Halloween the way it should be celebrated – before, during and after the holiday festivities.
Start celebrating All Hallow’s Eve from October 26, as Hangar34 is teaming up with Sing-A-Long Liverpool to screen two much-loved holiday favourites. Follow Jack Skellington, Halloween’s beloved pumpkin king in Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas at 2pm, with live actors guiding the singing and dancing throughout for an interactive experience. Or head to Hangar for 7.30pm for Jim Sharman’s The Rocky Horror Picture Show and unleash your inner Frank-N-Furter. Your host will lead a warm up prior to the screening, concluding with a disco after the film, so it’s definitely worth attending.
Hardstyle UK Halloween w/ Wildstylez is taking over on Saturday 27 October, bringing you some of the best Halloween hardcore and hardstyle tracks. Wildstylez will be headlining, with support from the likes of Reklus, KRM, Halestone, Connor Jones and Josh O’Malley, from 10pm-4am. If you’re a lover of Halloween, hard dance, hard house or hard trance, it’ll be hard for you to miss out on this night.
Looking for a killer night out on the 31 October? Hangar34 is bringing back the Applebum crew for a Hip Hop Horror Show from 11pm-4am. Get ready for a monster night out and dress to kill as the Applebum crew will be thrilling crowds with old school hits and new era sounds. From Cardi B to DJ Jazzy Jeff, Kendrick Lamar to Post Malone, Applebum are calling upon the Halloween spirits, and the greatest RnB and Hip Hop artists, to lay down some great tracks at Hangar34.
34 Greenland Street, L1 0BS Liverpool
Sing-a-long Liverpool: missmanagementevents.com
Hardstyle : http://bit.ly/HardstyleUK001
Why not head to Baltic Market this Halloween for a spooktacular weekend suitable for all the family.
Doors will be open Thursday to Sunday to bring you scarily good street food and monster worthy music, as Baltic Market is set to convert into the ultimate haunted warehouse full of tricks and treats.
With themed cocktails, deadly delicious food supplied by their local vendors, and a grim reaper on decks, it would be a grave mistake to miss out. Pumpkin pizza and Halloween halloumi friends will be served, with trick or treat drinking games happening all weekend long.
Fancy dress is highly encouraged, with a best costume being chosen every night, and the winner receiving a wicked punch. There’s even an opportunity to come in your scariest 90’s costume, as Saturday’s event will host a special scary 90s disco with DJs and a live band.
If you’re looking for something to entertain the little ones, the kids can get crafty from 11am onwards, as Mini Madams will be on site with Halloween themed creative workshops, with best dressed prizes!
Entry is free and kid friendly and dog friendly all Thursday and Sunday, and until 7pm on Friday and Saturday.
Cains Brewery, L8 5XJ Liverpool
Thursday 25: 5-11pm
Friday 26: 12pm-midnight
Saturday 27: 11am-midnight
Sunday 28: 11am-9pm
Constellations is going above and beyond to make this years’ Halloween their biggest to date.
The last three years has seen everything from abandoned warehouses and old mansions décor, twisted and distorted for your pleasure, but this year is set to be Constellations’ scariest show yet.
On Halloween night, from 10pm-4am, Constellations will host Good Life Liverpool: Halloween Special ft. Jasper James. Jasper James has made his mark since his Phonox residency in 2015, later going on to grace the decks in venues like Fabric and The Warehouse Project. Boogaloo DJ’s will also be performing, with more acts yet to be announced. If dance and electronic is your thing, then so is this Halloween themed extravaganza.
35-39 Greenland Street, L10BS Liverpool
24 Kitchen Street:
Abandon Silence is Liverpool’s most popular electronic music clubnight, and showcases some of the world’s greatest artists. Having recently celebrated it’s 8th birthday, and heavily leaving its mark on the Baltic area, you’d be crazy to miss out on it’s ghostly special down at 24 Kitchen Street.
This year’s Abandon Silence Halloween Special falls directly on Halloween, and features Young Marco and Andrew Hill. From 10pm-4am you dance-along to their incredible sets, and dress head to toe in your most creative costume, as this is sure to be Abandon Silence’s biggest event yet.
Grab tickets quick, as Halloween always sells out!
24 Kitchen Street, Liverpool, L1 0AY, United Kingdom
Ever wanted to be in the Blade blood rave scene? Now is your chance.
No-Wave are hosting a Blood Rave at Brick Street on Halloween night, as featured in the iconic scene of Stephen Norrington’s 1998 superhero horror film Blade.
Prepare for an explosion, as No-Wave DJs will be playing trance, techno, house, acid, eurodance, drum&bass, and everything in between from 9:00pm til 4:00am.
Blood cocktails, strobes and music will also be in full effect.
Whip out your long coat and sunglasses as 90s vampire aesthetic is strongly encouraged – and bring no weapons that will obviously get confiscated at the door.
Last entry is 11:30pm and tickets cost £7.
44 Brick St, Liverpool L1 0BN