We may be too old to trick-or-treat, but that certainly doesn’t stop us from getting into the Halloween spirit. Here in L.A., the party options are monstrous. From devilish DJ sets to fun, freaky costume bashes, we’ve rounded up the hottest Halloween parties you won’t want to miss.
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Heading into Halloween weekend, Golden Deer is producing a very spooky, special edition of their very exclusive Snake Pit event series. Going down at Skybar, the bash will bring together young hustlers in film, tv, music, streaming etc.
When: Thursday, Oct. 26
Where: Skybar Los Angeles, 8440 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood
The Saint Felix Hollywood Halloween Ball is back! The annual dance macabre will feature special Guest DJ’s, Coffin Case Girls dancers, contortionists, a Vampira exhibit, Jack Daniels amd Monster Energy, vendors, and the bar’s famous costume contest. There will also be a special performance from the enchanting Marie Devilreux at the stroke of midnight!
Welcome campers, time to get lit at The LA Reserve. Camp Reserve is a hip hop and reggaeton Halloween party featuring a costume contest with hella good swag, including a $1,000 grand prize, complimentary VIP table and Bottle Service up to $500 for the runner up and a complimentary bottle of champagne for third place.
When: Friday, Oct. 27
Where: The LA Reserve, 650 South Spring Street, Los Angeles
Get tickets HERE
Hotspot Toca Madera in West Hollywood will be celebrating their Night of The Dead (Noche de Los Muertos) on Friday. Step into the eerie enchantment as they magically transform Toca into the ultimate spooktacular costume party destination. Prepare to be captivated by the fully themed decor, where every corner conceals a new surprise and every step unveils the unexpected. Marvel at the mesmerizing fire dancers who will light up the night with their otherworldly performances, and sip on delectable themed cocktails that will send shivers down your spine.
As the moon rises, immerse yourself in the hauntingly beautiful live music of Serge Guerra, whose melodies will enchant and beguile you throughout the night.
Don’t forget to unleash your inner ghoul or channel your favorite characters from the crypt because costumes are not just welcomed – they’re encouraged! But if you prefer to remain incognito, you’re still more than welcome to join the chilling festivities. $500 in prizes will be awarded to best Halloween costumes (most original/sexiest).
When: Friday, Oct, 27
Where: Toca Madera., 8450 West 3rd Street, Los Angeles
Get Tickets HERE
Get ready for an unforgettable night at The Virgil on Friday, Oct. 25, This Halloween event promises to be a night filled with music, costumes, and special guest performances that you won’t want to miss. DJs spinning the hottest tracks, including top 40 hits, hip hop, R&B, and all your favorite songs from today. Embrace the spirit of the 90s or early 2000s and enter the Halloween costume contest. Dress up as your favorite iconic 90s or early 2000s character, celebrity, or trend, and you could win some fabulous cash prizes for the best-dressed costume.Special guest performances by Mastaplann, Emelsee, LJ, and Dimpztum. These talented artists will take the stage and bring an extra level of entertainment to the night, making it truly one-of-a-kind. To make the most of your Halloween Bash experience, it’s strongly suggested to consider bottle service. This way, you and your friends can have your favorite drinks and enjoy the evening hassle-free. And don’t forget to arrive early to avoid long lines and ensure you get the best experience.
When: Friday, Oct. 27 at 9:30 p.m.
Where: The Virgil, 4519 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles
Get ready to unleash your inner creature as Thulalloween returns for its fifth spine-chilling year in Los Angeles! Become someone—or something—else and strut your stuff in the fan-favorite costume contest with multiple competitive categories: Best Overall, Best Group, Scariest, Sexiest, and Best Famous. Then, dance all night long to sounds curated by Gianni, Movee On, Daniel D’Artiste, Blesstonio, and the birthday boy himself, Thulani. But beware, as various “spooks” will haunt the corridors, infusing the night with eerie thrills! Highlights include a costume contest with multiple competitive categories, one-of-a-kind tattoos from two of the best artists in the city, breathtaking live magic performed by a professional illusionist and more.
When: Friday, Oct. 27 at 9 p.m.
Where: Candela La Brea, 831 S. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles
This Halloween, the mega popular Emo Nite event series is back for an out of this world experience. Snag your tickets to Invasion: an Emo-Terrestrial Halloween Party that is sure to be epic.
Where: 1735 Vine Street, Hollywood
Get ready to boogie at Skybar with a Classic Disco Halloween party, inspired by the music of Donna Summer, ABBA, The Commodores, Chaka Khan and more. Costumes are encouraged.
Bar Lis is hosting one of the most cursed party’s of the year. The Goosebumps bash will feature a limited open bar thanks to Patrón, tricks and treats all night thanks to Slappy the Dummy and R.L. Stine and sounds by All My Friends. Costumes are required.
Where: Bar Lis at Thompson Hollywood, 1541 Wilcox Ave., Los Angeles
Step into a magical world where the wild thrives in the heart of AYA’s Jungle. Immerse yourself in the two-night Halloween Spirit Animal & Tribal-themed party. Allow yourself to transform.
When: Friday, Oct. 27 and Saturday, Oct. 28
Reserve your spot HERE
Enter into another dimension this season at The Highlight Room as Justin Credible kicks off the weekend with a spookified soundtrack on Friday, Oct. 27. On Saturday, Oct. 28, gear up for a special live performance by Roddy Ricch and sounds by Skratchy transcending the rooftop into a bone-chilling experience.
Dare to take a dip and get lit at Wicked Paradise & Normalize’s Halloween Pool Party at Skybar. The daytime event kicks off at 1 p.m..
When: Saturday, Oct. 28
The iconic Hotel Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles near LA Live will be trans into a breathtaking spooktacular event space with state of the art sound, and captivating entertainment throughout the night – including world class DJs, fire dancers, an epic show and more! This hotel recently underwent a multimillion dollar renovation and features some of the hottest new restaurants and lounges in all of Los Angeles. Costumes encouraged but not required.
Where: Hotel Figueroa, 939 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles
Head to Weho’s fav rooftop hotspot E.P. & L.P. for the epic Monster’s Ball. Unleash your inner ghoul and come dressed in your most spine-tingling costume for an evening of unlimited tray passed bites, open bar from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., DJs, halloween decor, dancing and more. Don’t worry, this event will go on til LATE.
Where: E.P. & L.P., 603 North La Cienega Boulevard, West Hollywood
This year marks Élephante‘s second annual haunted dinner party set atop Santa Monica, complete with a costume contest (with a $500 prize) and a deadly DJ dance party until the witching hours. Don’t miss the punchbiwls and spooky cocktails, including theSleepy Hollow (patron silver tequila, montenegro, jalapeño, lime, cucumber, activated charcoal), the Bloody Valentine (grey goose vodka, strawberry, aperitivo select, lime) and the Golden Snitch (scotch, lemon, peach, watermelon, activated charcoal).
When: Saturday, Oct. 28 at 8 p.m.
Where: Élephante, 1332 2nd St Rooftop, Santa Monica
Make reservations HERE
Get ready to glow in the dark with this our of this world Halloween experience. The Are You Afraid Of The Dark party will span the two venues with open bar and bottle service options.
Where: The LA Reserve, 650 South Spring Stree, Los Angeles
Dragonfly‘s Halloween edition of its Signature Saturdays party series will be a spookiest hip hop costume party. Doors open at 10pm. And for the guys and ghouls with enough spring in their step and stamina in their feet, the party will go through the night until 2 a.m..
Where: Dragonfly Hollywood, 6510 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles
Since 1999, Hollywood Monster Night has put on the most over-the-top Halloween party imaginable! The monster of all parties has been tailor-made to dazzle with headlining DJs, live performances, dancers, aerialists, and other performers. With hundreds of sexy costumed models and premium bar, this Halloween event a truly one of a kind experience.
Leading the way for modern nightlife entertainment, Sunset Room Hollywood is Hollywood’s most exclusive hot spot. An open dance floor is surrounded by three full-service bars where chic mixology is orchestrated with precision. The energy of the space is ignited by state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, LED screens, while secluded alcoves and lounge retreats boast vintage sofas finished with velvet.
Prepare to be blown away by the fabulous display of amazing Halloween costumes. Featuring costume contests for three popular categories. Prizes will be awarded for the scariest, sexiest, and best overall costume of the night.
Where: Sunset Room Hollywood, 1439 Ivar Avenue, Los Angeles
The Black Widow’s Masquerade Ball is going down at Bar Lis on Oct. 28 with soundsby Awusumo and Pamela Cloud. Costumes required
This ocean front bash will take place ay beautiful renovated Spanish Villa in Santa Monic featuring outdoor and indoor spaces, Morrocan-themed interior complements and haunted Tulum Jungle outside area. Dress up in your most creative and terrifying costumes, as there will be a costume contest with amazing prizes for the winners. Dance the night away to the beats of talented DJs and enjoy live performances by Sony Music artists and DJ’s EC TWINS.
When: Saturday, Oct. 28 at 9:30 p.m.
Where: 1541 Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica
Come on Barbie’s let’s go party! Dress your best in pink and head on over to Caña Rum Bar for some fantastic life in plastic some Barbie fun. Doors will open at 8 p.m. and they’ll be partying all night long.
Where: Caña Rum Bar, 714 W Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles
French record producer and DJ Tchami takes over Academy LA this Halloween weekend. He is regarded as a pioneer of the future house genre, so you know he’s going to slay.
Where: Academy LA, 6021 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles
Las Vegas is technically the City of Sin, but rooftop bar Level 8 at the Moxy Hotel is bringing some of that energy to Los Angeles. Their 8 Deadly Sins party capitalizes the traditional seven, but adds an additional one: FOMO.
And you won’t want to miss out on this party which will include music from Jaden Bojsen and Omar Rantisi, and guests will have the opportunity to explore 7 of Level 8’s curated spaces that will be decorated in theme with the downfalls of human nature.
Where: Level 8, 1254 S Figueroa Street, Los Angeles
It’s two parties in one at the Line Hotel, where Houston Hospitality will be utilizing two of the hotel’s venues: ‘80s themed hangout club Break Room 86 and ‘70s disco themed dance club Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.
Break Room 86 will be Egyptian Lover with music from Colours 87 and will stick to a collective of hip-hop and ‘80s funk. Meanwhile, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang will serve as Diablo Disco Bar with a special disco house set from ARDALAN.
Want to keep the party rocking past 2am? Well the Line Hotel has exclusive rooms connected to this party that one can book. Each Speek Suite comes with its own private karaoke room!
Where: The Line Hotel, 3515 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles
Join the Cobi’s family on All Hallow’s Eve for a night of enchantment and mystery as they journey through the timeless tales of the Brothers Grimm. Each corner of the restaurant will serve as a portal to a different Grimms’ Fairytale– Snow White’s Haven in the Enchanted Garden, Hansel and Gretel’s Pathway on the Fairytale Patio and Little Red Riding Hood’s Quest in the Dining Room. Be sure to try the speciality cocktail, the Little Red Riding Hood, made with soju, lychee and hibiscus.
When: Tuesday, Oct. 31
Where: Cobi’s, 2104 Main St, Santa Monica
Calling all sinister spirits. Join Beauty & Essex Halloween night for a haunted iteration of specialty-priced cocktails and bites at Beauty Hour from 5 p.m.-8 p.m., followed by a spookified Halloween dinner experience. Costumes encouraged.
Where:Beauty & Essex, 1615 Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles
It’s that time of year again when our sinister spirits come out to play. The party of the year returns this Halloween with A Nightmare on Selma Avenue. On Halloween night, TAO Los Angeles will transform into a haunted nightlife experience with a special live performance by Tyga. Partake in the spooky festivities by reserving a table for late-night cocktails under the full moon. Your invitation awaits, claim your reservation before it’s too late!
Where: TAO Asian Bistro, 6421 Selma Ave., Los Angeles
Purchase a table HERE
Step into the mystique of the grand “Cirque Du Fright” this Halloween! Presented by French Tuesdays and hosted at the iconic La Boheme in West Hollywood, this evening promises an enchanting fusion of Halloween thrill and French elegance. Witness the mesmerizing aerial artistry of Tina Phoenix and the captivating acts of Cirquesanity. Beats eill be curated by DJ Marco Dress up, show up, and get spooked.
Where: La Boheme, 8400 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood
Deep House Brunch crew is taking over Skybar on Halloween night. Produced by Olove, headliners include Scotty Boy, JJ Flores, Madison Orange, Christian Bradford and Curtis Byrd.
Located in the heart of Hollywood, MainRo is a 7500 square foot space divided between the main floor and mezzanine which is located above the stage and DJ booth. On Halloween night, the hotpot is throwing a spooktacular masquerade party featuring live performances.
Where: MainRō, 6350 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles
DM for tables HERE
Haunt Massive is back and it’s bigger and better than ever. Party goers and ravers unite for a night of non-stop fun and excitement. Happening at the iconic Avalon nightclub on Halloween Night this is the ultimate party you don’t want to miss. Get ready to dance all night to house music in not just one, but five amazing areas, including an outdoor silent disco.
If you’re celebrating an October birthday, you’re in luck – you get in free. With over 2000 party-goers, you can expect an absolutely electric atmosphere. If you want the VIP treatment, bottle service is highly recommended. And let’s not forget about the incredible Halloween decorations that will transform the entire venue into a spooky wonderland. Brace yourself for mind-blowing lasers and state-of-the-art production that will take this party to a whole new level.
Where: Avalon, Hollywood, 1735 Vine St., Los Angeles
Restaurant and lounge Black Rabbit Rose is hosting a live music event featuring Jacob Luttrell. The venue that traditionally offers both dinner and a magic show will be turning up the spooky vibes this Halloween evening.
Where: Black Rabbit Rose Magic, 17319 N Hudson Ave., Los Angeles
Halloween is a drag at The Edition. The Deadly Doll Ball is going down this Tuesday featuring performances by “RuPaul’s Drah Race” stars Gottmik and Violet Chachki and DJ sets by Avalon Lurks, Shane Thomas. There will be a costume contest so dress to impress.
When: Tuesday, Oct. 31 at 9 p.m.
Where: The Edition, 9040 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood
You will never get tired of the music at this Halloween night event, as the Ledisko Haunted Block Party Festival is offering 3 rooms of DJ fiends + dancing. Room 1 will feature top 40 and throwbacks, while Room 2 is for house dance music, and room 3 is for electronic music.
Each room will have a variety of DJs including Romar, Nobueno, Markus Braun B2B Hawd Hitta and Pure Evil.
Where: Madame Siam, 1723 N Hudson Ave., Los Angeles
The Highlight Room wraps ups its Halloween festivites with The Costume Party, an epic rooftop bash hosted by none other than Teyana Taylor as well as Coi Leray, Jozzy, Sean Dickerson, Vick Michel, Julien Edwards and J Ryan.
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