10 More Halloween Parties to Check Out

It’s impossible to go to every Halloween Party in Toronto but we’re going to help you choose which one is worth your time. We picked ten more Halloween parties (Check out our previous post here) that sounds like a scary good time.

1. Monster’s Ball


October 31 | Ontario Science Centre (Tickets)

Three separate rooms with three different sounds and top forty mash ups sounds all types of insane. It isn’t called the Monster’s Ball for nothing this party is one to definitely look out for. Dubbed as Toronto’s largest Halloween event expect this place to be hot!

2. Ghost Hole VII

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October 31st | The Jam Factory (Tickets)

This haunted art house has performances, installations, and and art works for the person who wants to do more than just dress up and dance the night away. Take it to the next level of entertainment with a haunted art show.

3. Church Street Halloween Party


October 31st | Church Street

This outdoor annual party on Church celebrates Halloween with thousands of people in the craziest costumes. Lots of restaurants show out for this one of a kind experience.

4. Freakout!


October 31 | The Phoenix (Tickets)

$37 will get you into this annual music lover’s rave. Expect performances from FuntCase, Loadstar, Ed Rush & Optical and more. Costume or no costume you’re gonna have a ball.

5. The Halloween Warehouse

halloween warehouse

October 31st | 28 Logan Ave Back Entrance (Tickets)

What screams Halloween other than partying in a warehouse? This Halloween party at the East End Monster Jam with a $500 cash prize for the best costume. There’s two rooms and eight sets. This seems like one of those parties you never want to end.

6. Everleigh Horror Picture Show


October 31st | Everleigh Toronto (Tickets)

Dance to the music of Andy Alias all night and grab your tickets in advance and save money that you could be spending on drinks. Bring your squad and dance the night away.

7. Halloween at the Haunted Amsterdam Brewhouse


October 31st | The Haunted Amsterdam BrewHouse (Tickets)

There will no shortage of beer at this party. What better way to celebrate Halloween than at a Brew House? Expect a few DJs, some fresh wood over baked pizza, live dancers and lots of entertainment. Come decked in your fav costume because contests will be in full force. This is expected to be packed all 14,000 sq ft.

8.  Vixens and Demons Halloween Bash

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October 30th | Hard Rock Cafe Toronto

$20 tickets at Hard Rock Cafe will get you $5 drink specials, costume contests, and according to the flyer, a “devilishly good night.” We were sold at $5 drink specials. If that wasn’t enough incentive to get you to go proceeds support the Canadian Cancer Society. Dance the night away and drink for a cause. Also buy your tickets in advance or spend $5 extra at the door. For advance tickets email party@mofosdragonboat.com. Spend your money smarter so you can party harder.

9. Halloween Massacre


October 31st, 2015 | Metro Toronto Convention Center  (Tickets)

This is one of Toronto’s biggest Halloween parties. Thousands of people show up dressed in their costumes to jam to top 40 R&B and hip-hop.  Make sure to purchase tickets in advance because those $20-$30 tickets can definitely turn into $40 at the door.

10. Scream Whistle Annual Halloween Bash


October 30-31st  | Steam Whistle Brewing (Tickets)

On both the 30th and 31st expect to party at Steam Whistle Brewing. This annual Halloween Bask his a part of the Toronto Halloween Party season. Party into the night with DJ Skratch Bastid and Fields McQueen.

As usual this list isn’t all of the parties but it’s a start. Where are you heading for Halloween?

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