Halloween Edition: What To Do In NYC This Weekend (Oct 28-31)

Ashley Falzone
Ashley is your semi-above-average 20 something living in Astoria who lives and breathes NYC life. She goes about her days looking forward to all the food she will consume. She also loves referencing Kanye West quotes in her articles whenever applicable.

Get your tricks on, and your treats on, for Halloween weekend in NYC. Nobody does it bigger or better, which is why you might as well unofficially extend your weekend to become a ghost at work on Halloween Monday.


The Skint Presents: Stranger Things (with Candy) Halloween Party

“Stranger Things” has been the cult classic of 2016, and what better way to ring in Halloween then with a party celebrating its reign? Taking place at Littlefield in Brooklyn on October 28, the cost is only $5 to $8. Dress in your best Eleven costume to impress the masses.

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Brooklyn Fright Bazaar Halloween Party

Time Out New York knows how to throw a party, and its Halloween extravaganza in Greenpoint, Brooklyn is no exception. Tickets are only $10 on October 29, which includes access to food vendors, drink specials, games, and a special ticket for the Halloween-themed drinking tournament. It’s like being back in college, but better.


Halloween Party Weekend Guide

NYC’s hottest clubs and bars will be throwing it down this entire weekend, and choosing which party to attend can be more stressful than a witty Halloween costume. If you haven’t already made your plans, check out the party guide for a list of what is happening, including the Sons of Essex-Dia de Los Muertos party that is not to be missed.


Free Halloween Themed Games Festival: The Kickstarter Ghost Arcade at BRIC

A games festival that will blow your spooky mind is taking place at BRIC House in Fort Greene, Brooklyn on October 29. For those gamers out there, there will be a great assortment of tabletop and video games, including an area for independent game designers. Costumes are encouraged, and the event is free and open for all.



Greenwich Village Halloween Parade

The 43rd Annual Village Halloween Parade is known as “the nation’s most wildly creative public participatory event in the greatest city in the world!” Once you struggle through the workday, head downtown to soak all your misery in Halloween shenanigans. Taking place on Halloween night in Greenwich Village, you’ll need to be in costume to participate. If you’re too good for such things, sitting back and enjoying the costume show is just as fun.

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