Halloween 2014 Events in Toronto

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Halloween 2014 Events in Toronto

As far as biggest party nights of the year go, you’re either dressing to the nines and ringing in the new year, or you’re bobbing for apples in the latest, hilariously-topical costume. Throw in a little Thriller and that, my friends, is how Halloween stands out as the 2nd biggest holiday gong show of the year.

Toronto Halloween 2014 Events

Unless your friends can throw down a house-party like Frank the Tank, chances are you’ll be dressing up and heading out this October 31st to get your thrills on and thirst quenched. There’s no shortage of events happening in the city, but it’s all about figuring out what you want to do and then securing tickets before they sell out. There are parties that focus on music acts, others that feature themed rooms, even more that give prices for best costumes. Figure out what you want to fill your main bag of treats with and plan from there.

Early-Bird Halloween tickets

The earlier you get your costumed friends to settle on a plan, the better. Early-bird ticket pricing is usually the norm with Toronto Halloween events, so the sooner you buy the more cash you save. The same goes for bottle service and table reservations. Generally the more bottles you buy, the more you save. If there’s an option for a table, be sure to snag these quick, because when you’re rocking a massive chicken suit on the dance floor, you’ll need a booth to chill out in before you collapse.

Halloween Parties in Toronto
  • Diablo Halloween Ball 2014
    Oct 31

    Get ready to celebrate the last Halloween party ever at the Guv! The 5th annual Diablo Ball at the Guvernment will also be its last, so the complex plans to go out with a bang. The all-access night includes 7 rooms of partying, each with its own theme, sound and style. The best of hip hop, mashup, house and EDM will keep you moving ‘til close. It’s the last year to get in on this massive event, so be sure to grab your tickets soon. Phone 416-262-0897 for more information on ticket prices, bottle service and limo service.

  • BLACKOUT | Maison Mercer
    Oct 31
    Maison Mercer Halloween

    BLACKOUT | Maison Mercer
    at Maison Mercer

    TICKETS
    FROM
    $20

    It’s the annual Blackout Halloween party at Maison Mercer! One of the hottest party nights of the year comes back to Maison. Equipped with blackout lighting, the club will be bumping with hip hop, mash-up and house music by Jason Chuck, DLUX and Sam Haze. $20 early bird tickets are being sold until October 15, when the price will increase. Bottle service and table reservations are available, starting at $600 for 6 tickets, 2 bottles and a small table. Additional tickets and larger tables are available at higher price tiers, but be sure to reserve soon as these will sell out.

  • WANDERLUST - A NIGHTMARE ON ENFIELD
    Oct 31

    Instead of one night, &Company’s celebrations are stretching across a couple ghastly days during the week of Halloween. Each one is a spin on their regular and wildly popular monthly events. Celebrate the month’s ghoulish holiday as Wanderlust, becomes A Nightmare on Enfield on Halloween night, October 31st. Bottle service packages will be available and early bird tickets are only $15. Costume up – nobody likes a shirt and tie on Halloween.

  • THE THOMPSON HOTEL PRESENTS REDRUM
    Oct 31

    Relive your harrowing fear of the twins from the Shining with the Thompson Hotel’s REDRUM. The event space is transforming into four rooms of electrifying tunes on October 31st, with the Lobby Bar, Rooftop, Wellington Room and Wildflower all having separate sounds. It gets underway at 10pm and early bird tickets are $30. It’s $40 for the all access VIP, giving you rooftop access and higher ground to avoid getting an axe in the back.

  • Dark Cabaret
    Oct 31

    Regular Vintage Fridays at the Everleigh is getting a dark and sinister makeover. Dark Cabaret will take over for the night, bringing all that Halloween has to offer. It pays to get involved with the festivities, as $1000 in prizes will be given to the best costume. So start thinking of some bloody good ideas now. Special Guest DJ Toddy Flores will be in attendance to spin for the night and $15 gets you access to this event.

  • If you’re down to rock out and dance, nod your wig and get rid of that Halloween hangover on November 1 with a night of Coulrophobia. With music by Anthem Kingz, costumes encouraged and early bird tickets starting at $15, this is the perfect party to close out a frightful month of partying.

  • Day of the Dead
    Nov 01
    Day of the Dead

    at Everleigh

    If you wake up on the 1st already experiencing Halloween withdrawals, the Everleigh’s Day of the Dead festivity will help you keep Halloween going in spirit. As the official post-Halloween bash, costumes are encouraged and music will be provided by Andy Alias. It all gets underway at 9pm for just $20.

  • BRASSAII  PRESENTS HOUSE OF HAUNTED HORRORS
    Oct 31
    Brassaii Halloween

    BRASSAII PRESENTS HOUSE OF HAUNTED HORRORS
    at Brassaii

    TICKETS
    FROM
    $10

    It isn’t officially Halloween until you visit a haunted house. So why not party at one instead? Brassaii’s House of Haunted Horrors might not be what you typically think of, but there’s two rooms, DJ Geoff Brown, DJ Annalyze and bottle service, so what else does a haunted house really need? $10 early bird pricing. For bottle service and reservations call 416-598-4730.

  • The Everleigh is taking advantage of the incognito costume-partying month and throwing three separate events for revellers. Get down to the entertainment district near the end of the month to participate in one of these horrifically satisfying events. The first event is the Whitechapel Murders going down the night before Halloween on October 30th. Dress your most dapper and enjoy an evening of suspenseful partying hosted by none other than Jack the Ripper himself. $10 is all it’s going to cost you.

  • SINISTER (Open Bar)
    Oct 31
    Chateau Le Jardin Halloween

    SINISTER (Open Bar)
    at Chateau Le Jardin

    TICKETS
    FROM
    $90

    If your Halloween night needs to be loud, full of bass and fully imbibed, then Sinister is for you. A jam-packed night on one massive stage, featuring headliners Project 46 and Paris Blohm, with opening battles between Destro vs Andyares, Macri vs DJ Arudz, Furn & Bmo vs Mizcreation, Mastertrak vs Kilash. There are five open bars to choose from while you party-freak in costume to this insane line-up. Tickets are $90 and the show starts at 9pm.

  • Experience Toronto’s largest music Halloween party at the Monster Mash, hosted at Liberty Grand. Three separate rooms, Governors, Artifacts and Trap, will be hosting musical acts, featuring the likes of BlasterJaxx, Jamie Jones, Loudpvck, Thugli and a handful of others. This Halloween music fest is definitely going to sell out, so make sure to grab your tickets fast. Advance tickets are selling for $39.50. For information on Bottle service and reservations, give Jon a call at 416-520-4753.

  • LA NOCHE DEL DIABLO HALLOWEEN - &CO LATIN WEDNESDAYS
    Oct 29
    &Company Resto Bar Halloween

    LA NOCHE DEL DIABLO HALLOWEEN - &CO LATIN WEDNESDAYS
    at &Company Resto Bar

    TICKETS
    FROM
    $10

    &Company’s Latin Wednesdays becomes La Noche Del Diablo on October 29th. Early bird tickets are $10 and there will be a $500 cash prize for best costume. It’s all the flair of the regular weekly dancing, only this’ll be dancing for the dead.

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