It’s that spooky time of the year again! Get your costumes ready and head down to these amazing parties and events around the city.
This Bushwick event has performances from Lilly Wolf, The North Coast and more. The night will be filled with body paint and dancing. Costumes are a must, so bring you’re a-game, because the best costumes will win a Champagne prize. The event’s location is a secret so you’ll need to ask around for the details once you buy a ticket to the party. Spooky!
(Secret Loft, Brooklyn, Oct. 29, $10 to $15, eventbrite.com)
This two-day event will combine Halloween and Dia de Muertos. The indoor rooftop will be featuring face painters, a Halloween menu and a costume contest.
(Cantina Rooftop, 605 W. 48th St., Oct. 28 to 29, free, 5 to 11 p.m., cantinarooftop.com)
Halloween Sleep-In Cinema
How does watching a scary movie in bed sound? Now imagine watching a movie in bed at a movie theatre! Interested? Casper and The Standard have partnered to create the “Sleep-In Cinema”. There will be a variety of Halloween themed movies that range from “The Addams Family” to “Halloween” complete with concessions and a choice of cocktails.
(The Standard High Line, 848 Washington St., Manhattan, Oct. 28 to Oct. 31, $70 to $110, showtimes vary, sleepincinemahalloween.splashthat.com)
MoMA PS1 Halloween Ball
The theme for this year’s annual bash is “White House of Horror”. For its fifth edition, MoMa PS1 will be decorated entirely with historical and creepy fictional figures that have political roots. There will also be a silent live performance titled “State Dinner”, DJ and musical performances at the courtyard, and special museum exhibitions. Beer, wine, cocktails and party punch will be served throughout the night. If you are in the mood for an after party head to a Williamsburg location for a Susanne Bartsch-hosted after-party.
(MoMA PS1, 22-25 Jackson Ave., Queens, Oct. 29, 8 p.m. to midnight, $18 to $20, with $33 party/after-party combination tickets, momaps1.org)
‘Halloween 3000’ at House of Yes
House of Yes gets futuristic this Halloween. The space- themed party will feature everything House of Yes has to offer — DJs, dancing, acrobatics and more. Come dressed up in outer space attire for a great prize! The best costume wins a VIP hot tub package for nine people for an upcoming House of Yes event.
(2 Wycoff Ave., Brooklyn, Oct. 29, 10 p.m. to 4 a.m., $30 to $60, eventbrite.com)
‘Reel Soul’ Halloween dance party at Syndicated
Dance the night away at this late-night party event featuring audience-interactive projections throughout the bar. Syndicated has teamed up with Hogstead Brothers to bring this Bushwick event, so you should not miss out!
(Syndicated, 40 Bogart St., Brooklyn, Oct. 29, midnight, RSVP is required, eventbrite.com)
Haven Rooftop ‘Game of Thrones’ party
If you are a Game of Thrones fan, this is for you. Celebrate Halloween at this GoT- themed bash, featuring $5 shot specials, a “Witches Brew” cocktail and, of course, a costume contest. The winners will take home a dinner for two and a specialty prosecco and liquor bottles. Don’t be late, because the first 100 guests get their first drink free.
(132 W. 47th St., Manhattan, Oct. 29, 10 p.m., $20, eventbrite.com)
If you find yourself at the Upper East Side this Halloween, head to this devilish gathering. The beer hall will be featuring Avery Brewing Co.’s Demons of Ale beer, as well as a variety of snacks, including a “season your own” popcorn station, and a variety of activities including face painting and of course, a costume contest.
(1125 1st Ave., Oct. 29, 6 to 10 p.m., free,treadwellpark.com)