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The Best Halloween Parties in New York City
The Best Halloween Parties in New York City
Collection by Eventbrite
Whether you’re into parties, pumpkins, or haunted houses, your ideal Halloween experience awaits.
The Best Halloween Parties in New York City

Alyssa Bonanno

  • You'll take home a spooky-cute glass ghost ornament, as well as basic glassblowing skills, at this day-long glass-making class for beginners.
  • Discover the secret ghostly history of Greenwich Village at this Friday night walking tour. There'll be a dozen stops, including the Edgar Allen Poe mansion, the site of the Triangle Shirtwaist fire, and the most haunted house in NYC, 14 West 10th Street.
  • Why go to multiple Halloween parties when one trivia night can do the trick? Grab the Pam to your Jim and sign up for a costumed night of trivia, with questions taken exclusively from Halloween episodes of "The Office."
  • House of Yes brings back their interactive literary cabaret night for a sensual evening of sinister spoken sonnets. Between private poetry sessions, experience live burlesque, body painting, portrait sketching, and engaging music all evening long.
  • Three rooms of pop-punk, emo, 90's pop, and modern indie jams await you at Vampirefreaks' alt-themed Halloween party.
  • Slip on some glow-in-the-dark accessories, put on your headphones, and pick your favorite DJ for a silent Halloween dance party and booze cruise on the Hudson river.
  • Don your best walkable costume, slip on a wristband, and get ready for drink specials with hundreds of other costumed merrymakers at this Brooklyn-only Halloween bar crawl. An exclusive after-party lets the festivities continue 'til morning.
  • Slip on a mask and head up to the Empire Rooftop for a formal, costumed evening with themed cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, and "best dressed" contests.
  • Cute ghouls and spooky goblins of all ages are welcome to this free Halloween festival in Prospect Park's Nethermead. Take a haunted walk through the woodland, then grab snacks from NYC food truck favorites and enjoy a family-friendly fair in the autumn air.
  • Take friends or make new ones on this costumed East Village pub crawl, where you'll get specials and free drinks at four of the best bars in NYC's Halloween capital.
  • Your best costume is encouraged for this professionally-photographed, all-day pub crawl with a free opening party shot and discounted beers at eight bars.
  • Head to Queens County Farm Museum for a family-friendly autumnal celebration. The whole crew can enjoy a petting zoo, haunted house, a corn maze, hayrides, and live music.
  • NYC's biggest curated weekly market turns into a costumed Halloween bazaar for one day only with creepy decorations, spooky vendors, and family-friendly fun.
  • If you've been counting down to Halloween since June, this is the quiz show for you. Test your seasonal wits at Halloween trivia, complete with a costume contest and high-tech digital answer system.
  • Classically trained singer, Page Lucky, brings her jazz band back from the dead for this Halloween variety show. Dance in your costumed best to jazz and musical theater-inspired renditions of your favorite Halloween tunes, from the "Monster Mash" to the "Nightmare Before Christmas" soundtrack.
  • Put on your costume and grab a pumpkin beer while you dance to local DJs at this Halloween night FreakFest.
  • Get ready to drink up and rock out at the 14th edition of this massive Halloween party, with dozens of international bands, DJs, performance artists, horror films, and tons more.
  • African-American inventor Lewis Howard Latimer's home is now a museum dedicated to illumating his achievements, as well as the work of other Black scientists. Join local artists in making creepy and cool science projects at this Halloween-themed Tinker Festival.
  • You'll take home a spooky-cute glass ghost ornament, as well as basic glassblowing skills, at this day-long glass-making class for beginners.
  • Discover the secret ghostly history of Greenwich Village at this Friday night walking tour. There'll be a dozen stops, including the Edgar Allen Poe mansion, the site of the Triangle Shirtwaist fire, and the most haunted house in NYC, 14 West 10th Street.
  • Why go to multiple Halloween parties when one trivia night can do the trick? Grab the Pam to your Jim and sign up for a costumed night of trivia, with questions taken exclusively from Halloween episodes of "The Office."
  • House of Yes brings back their interactive literary cabaret night for a sensual evening of sinister spoken sonnets. Between private poetry sessions, experience live burlesque, body painting, portrait sketching, and engaging music all evening long.
  • Three rooms of pop-punk, emo, 90's pop, and modern indie jams await you at Vampirefreaks' alt-themed Halloween party.
  • Slip on some glow-in-the-dark accessories, put on your headphones, and pick your favorite DJ for a silent Halloween dance party and booze cruise on the Hudson river.
  • Don your best walkable costume, slip on a wristband, and get ready for drink specials with hundreds of other costumed merrymakers at this Brooklyn-only Halloween bar crawl. An exclusive after-party lets the festivities continue 'til morning.
  • Slip on a mask and head up to the Empire Rooftop for a formal, costumed evening with themed cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, and "best dressed" contests.
  • Cute ghouls and spooky goblins of all ages are welcome to this free Halloween festival in Prospect Park's Nethermead. Take a haunted walk through the woodland, then grab snacks from NYC food truck favorites and enjoy a family-friendly fair in the autumn air.
  • Take friends or make new ones on this costumed East Village pub crawl, where you'll get specials and free drinks at four of the best bars in NYC's Halloween capital.
  • Your best costume is encouraged for this professionally-photographed, all-day pub crawl with a free opening party shot and discounted beers at eight bars.
  • Head to Queens County Farm Museum for a family-friendly autumnal celebration. The whole crew can enjoy a petting zoo, haunted house, a corn maze, hayrides, and live music.
  • NYC's biggest curated weekly market turns into a costumed Halloween bazaar for one day only with creepy decorations, spooky vendors, and family-friendly fun.
  • If you've been counting down to Halloween since June, this is the quiz show for you. Test your seasonal wits at Halloween trivia, complete with a costume contest and high-tech digital answer system.
  • Classically trained singer, Page Lucky, brings her jazz band back from the dead for this Halloween variety show. Dance in your costumed best to jazz and musical theater-inspired renditions of your favorite Halloween tunes, from the "Monster Mash" to the "Nightmare Before Christmas" soundtrack.
  • Put on your costume and grab a pumpkin beer while you dance to local DJs at this Halloween night FreakFest.
  • Get ready to drink up and rock out at the 14th edition of this massive Halloween party, with dozens of international bands, DJs, performance artists, horror films, and tons more.
  • African-American inventor Lewis Howard Latimer's home is now a museum dedicated to illumating his achievements, as well as the work of other Black scientists. Join local artists in making creepy and cool science projects at this Halloween-themed Tinker Festival.
The Best Halloween Parties in New York City

Alyssa Bonanno

The Best Halloween Parties in New York City
The Best Halloween Parties in New York City
Collection by Eventbrite
Whether you’re into parties, pumpkins, or haunted houses, your ideal Halloween experience awaits.
Whether you’re into parties, pumpkins, or haunted houses, your ideal Halloween experience awaits.
  • You'll take home a spooky-cute glass ghost ornament, as well as basic glassblowing skills, at this day-long glass-making class for beginners.
  • Discover the secret ghostly history of Greenwich Village at this Friday night walking tour. There'll be a dozen stops, including the Edgar Allen Poe mansion, the site of the Triangle Shirtwaist fire, and the most haunted house in NYC, 14 West 10th Street.
  • Why go to multiple Halloween parties when one trivia night can do the trick? Grab the Pam to your Jim and sign up for a costumed night of trivia, with questions taken exclusively from Halloween episodes of "The Office."
  • House of Yes brings back their interactive literary cabaret night for a sensual evening of sinister spoken sonnets. Between private poetry sessions, experience live burlesque, body painting, portrait sketching, and engaging music all evening long.
  • Three rooms of pop-punk, emo, 90's pop, and modern indie jams await you at Vampirefreaks' alt-themed Halloween party.
  • Slip on some glow-in-the-dark accessories, put on your headphones, and pick your favorite DJ for a silent Halloween dance party and booze cruise on the Hudson river.
  • Don your best walkable costume, slip on a wristband, and get ready for drink specials with hundreds of other costumed merrymakers at this Brooklyn-only Halloween bar crawl. An exclusive after-party lets the festivities continue 'til morning.
  • Slip on a mask and head up to the Empire Rooftop for a formal, costumed evening with themed cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, and "best dressed" contests.
  • Cute ghouls and spooky goblins of all ages are welcome to this free Halloween festival in Prospect Park's Nethermead. Take a haunted walk through the woodland, then grab snacks from NYC food truck favorites and enjoy a family-friendly fair in the autumn air.
  • Take friends or make new ones on this costumed East Village pub crawl, where you'll get specials and free drinks at four of the best bars in NYC's Halloween capital.
  • Your best costume is encouraged for this professionally-photographed, all-day pub crawl with a free opening party shot and discounted beers at eight bars.
  • Head to Queens County Farm Museum for a family-friendly autumnal celebration. The whole crew can enjoy a petting zoo, haunted house, a corn maze, hayrides, and live music.
  • NYC's biggest curated weekly market turns into a costumed Halloween bazaar for one day only with creepy decorations, spooky vendors, and family-friendly fun.
  • If you've been counting down to Halloween since June, this is the quiz show for you. Test your seasonal wits at Halloween trivia, complete with a costume contest and high-tech digital answer system.
  • Classically trained singer, Page Lucky, brings her jazz band back from the dead for this Halloween variety show. Dance in your costumed best to jazz and musical theater-inspired renditions of your favorite Halloween tunes, from the "Monster Mash" to the "Nightmare Before Christmas" soundtrack.
  • Put on your costume and grab a pumpkin beer while you dance to local DJs at this Halloween night FreakFest.
  • Get ready to drink up and rock out at the 14th edition of this massive Halloween party, with dozens of international bands, DJs, performance artists, horror films, and tons more.
  • African-American inventor Lewis Howard Latimer's home is now a museum dedicated to illumating his achievements, as well as the work of other Black scientists. Join local artists in making creepy and cool science projects at this Halloween-themed Tinker Festival.
  • You'll take home a spooky-cute glass ghost ornament, as well as basic glassblowing skills, at this day-long glass-making class for beginners.
  • Discover the secret ghostly history of Greenwich Village at this Friday night walking tour. There'll be a dozen stops, including the Edgar Allen Poe mansion, the site of the Triangle Shirtwaist fire, and the most haunted house in NYC, 14 West 10th Street.
  • Why go to multiple Halloween parties when one trivia night can do the trick? Grab the Pam to your Jim and sign up for a costumed night of trivia, with questions taken exclusively from Halloween episodes of "The Office."
  • House of Yes brings back their interactive literary cabaret night for a sensual evening of sinister spoken sonnets. Between private poetry sessions, experience live burlesque, body painting, portrait sketching, and engaging music all evening long.
  • Three rooms of pop-punk, emo, 90's pop, and modern indie jams await you at Vampirefreaks' alt-themed Halloween party.
  • Slip on some glow-in-the-dark accessories, put on your headphones, and pick your favorite DJ for a silent Halloween dance party and booze cruise on the Hudson river.
  • Don your best walkable costume, slip on a wristband, and get ready for drink specials with hundreds of other costumed merrymakers at this Brooklyn-only Halloween bar crawl. An exclusive after-party lets the festivities continue 'til morning.
  • Slip on a mask and head up to the Empire Rooftop for a formal, costumed evening with themed cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, and "best dressed" contests.
  • Cute ghouls and spooky goblins of all ages are welcome to this free Halloween festival in Prospect Park's Nethermead. Take a haunted walk through the woodland, then grab snacks from NYC food truck favorites and enjoy a family-friendly fair in the autumn air.
  • Take friends or make new ones on this costumed East Village pub crawl, where you'll get specials and free drinks at four of the best bars in NYC's Halloween capital.
  • Your best costume is encouraged for this professionally-photographed, all-day pub crawl with a free opening party shot and discounted beers at eight bars.
  • Head to Queens County Farm Museum for a family-friendly autumnal celebration. The whole crew can enjoy a petting zoo, haunted house, a corn maze, hayrides, and live music.
  • NYC's biggest curated weekly market turns into a costumed Halloween bazaar for one day only with creepy decorations, spooky vendors, and family-friendly fun.
  • If you've been counting down to Halloween since June, this is the quiz show for you. Test your seasonal wits at Halloween trivia, complete with a costume contest and high-tech digital answer system.
  • Classically trained singer, Page Lucky, brings her jazz band back from the dead for this Halloween variety show. Dance in your costumed best to jazz and musical theater-inspired renditions of your favorite Halloween tunes, from the "Monster Mash" to the "Nightmare Before Christmas" soundtrack.
  • Put on your costume and grab a pumpkin beer while you dance to local DJs at this Halloween night FreakFest.
  • Get ready to drink up and rock out at the 14th edition of this massive Halloween party, with dozens of international bands, DJs, performance artists, horror films, and tons more.
  • African-American inventor Lewis Howard Latimer's home is now a museum dedicated to illumating his achievements, as well as the work of other Black scientists. Join local artists in making creepy and cool science projects at this Halloween-themed Tinker Festival.