Halloween is less than 2 weeks away and this year it falls on a Friday, so it’s the perfect occasion to let loose and have a good time out on the town with friends. If you’re looking for the ideal Halloween party to attend in the Capital City, look no further, Eventful Capital’s got the perfect suggestions for you. Check out the guide below put together to help you decide on your Halloween plans. There’s a good variety of Halloween-themed events happening between now and November 1 so hopefully you’ll find the one fit for you and your crew with this selection. To get all the details, just click on each event poster below. Happy Halloween!
Wanna celebrate Halloween one week early by turning up to EDM music? Then head over to the Gatineau Congress Centre on Saturday, October 25 for Halloween ’14 featuring live sets by DJs Don Diablo, Arabika, DFMC,
If you’re all about Quentin Tarantino you don’t want to miss the special Tarantino Unchained event happening at House of Targ on Wednesday, October 29. The night will be filled with soundtracks from Tarantino films spun by DJ Gerdzilla. For the occasion, you’re encouraged to dress as your fave Tarantino character and participate in a Pulp Fiction Dance Off.
The 5th Annual Zombie Strippers Halloween Show is happening at Babylon once again on Thursday, October 30. Indulge in sexy burlesque and vaudeville performances and stick around afterwards for the costumes prizes and a hot and sweaty dance party.
Over in Hull at Le Bistro on October 31, the Society crew brings you Vancouver-based DJ/Producer Rook Milo for his first time in the National Capital Region. This is a must-see set for hip-hop fans who are down with powerful percussion and etheric synths.
Are you all about drum & bass, dubstep, and trap? If so, chances are you’ll want to head to the Kent St. Legion for Halloween to dance the night away at Creep Show 2.
Nature Nocturne is having a special Halloween Edition at the Museum of Nature on October 31 themed “metamorphosis”. For the occasion, soul-steppers Mackenzie Rhythm Section will rock the castle with their contagious funk, soul and rock n’ roll.
Looking for something more low key on Halloween, but still want to put on a costume? Check out the Lunenburg Pub’s Beerfest Play For the Pot featuring live performances by Samantha Testa, By The Fiends, Joey McNitt and Interior Castle.
Perhaps you’d rather check out a metal show on October 31? After all, it’s a Friday night and some of you might prefer checking out live music. Mavericks has quite the lineup on Halloween night and also a hardcore karaoke.
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Celebrate Helloween at Ottawa’s fave underground diy spot Gabba Hey this Friday night. The event will feature live music courtesy of Propaghoolie, Ottawa’s premiere Halloween punk rock cover band and all proceed raised from the party will go to support the 1SquareFoot skate park project.
All you can play pinball & arcades party plus a super secret spooky band at midnight and a living wall of horror? House of Targ wins at Halloween. If you want to celebrate Halloween at Ritual, it’s all about Fright Night with a slew of DJs that will rock the party with tunes to get you dancing ’til the early hours. Wanna go to a hip-hop Halloween party at an undisclosed secret location? Monstar’s Ball is the party for you! Free admission. BYOB. Costumes mandatory.
Party Pack Halloween Edition. Special guest DJ Seko. The freshest hip-hop. The new Multi Social Room. Nuff said.
The Inter-Planetary Halloween Hoohah is a loud, vibrant coming together of all species from the universe for a futuristic celebration of the traditional earthly gathering known as “HALLOW’S EVE”. Pandemonium will ensue. Mercury shall triumph.
Looking for a guilt-free Halloween dance party? The October edition of Shameless has got you covered with nothing but cheesy shit dance floor bangers to keep you up all night. Don’t forget your guilt-free, cheesy, shit costumes!
For one night only, the legendary Double Barrel and Timekode parties are teaming up and joining forces to bring you an epic Halloween dance party at the Elmdale that is sure to reach capacity early. If you want to dance to soul, funk, motown and vintage reggae, this is right up your alley.
If you’d like to support the Canadian Cancer Society and Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing, opt for the 8th Annual Great Pumpkin Charity Ball and you’ll be able to give to a great cause and party it up.
Technically, Dia de los Muertos isn’t a Halloween celebration, but some seem to think it is. Downtown Hull restos and bars are working together to bring you all sorts of spooky activities on November 1 including the inevitable costume contest.