We’ve got the scoop on just which Halloween party you’ll want to make an appearance at…. Tickets are selling out quick, so don’t wait too long — otherwise, you’ll be left in the dark (and let’s face it, the dark is kinda creepy).
Kick off your Halloween festivities a few nights early and pop down to one of our favourite haunts for good times: You won’t want to miss The Parlour in Yaletown, where they’ll be hosting a #ParlourPumpkins2014 soiree. The carving (and drinking) fun and festivities start at 7pm on Wednesday with cash awards going to best Pumpkin creations.
Yelloween Veuve Clicquot
Yelloween Veuve Clicquot presents its Annual Halloween Party at The Sutton Place Hotel this Friday night, featuring a rotation of international DJs guaranteed to keep you up until the dead rise. Expect to find the first-class hotel completely transformed. A talented film production team has turned it into a haunted hide-away, complete with visual effects, spooky lighting, haunted décor, and plenty of props to get the mood just right. Nab tickets before it sells out, and score access to VIP lounges, multiple bars, and of course killer vibes courtesy of DJ Timka straight from New York,Sir Charles, and more. Don’t wait — this event has sold out for nine years straight. Tickets can be purchased here.
VPSN Halloween SkyTrain Party
This Friday night, you might want to entertain hopping aboard the SkyTrain for a night of Halloween mayhem (well, maybe not mayhem – but a lot of fun). The annual VPSN Halloween SkyTrain Party is back for its 9th year running and is lined up to be one helluva ride around town. Catch the party at Waterfront Station at 8pm sharp. Bring your own Halloween-esque décor to add to the party feel, discreetly pack your booze, and go all out with your costume. They’ll have DJs to keep all the partygoers in the mood, an after-party, and more. You can’t get much more unique than this for a venue.
8th annual Halloween Costume Ball
With less than 50 tickets available, you better not wait to score a spot to attend the 8th annual Halloween Costume Ball at Science World at Telus World of Science. Things get going at 9pm and late, and the night is shaping up to be another legendary event worth noting. They’ve got two themed rooms on multiple floors with music, live performances, five different bars to keep you satiated throughout the night, more than 1000 partygoers expected to attend, and a seriously tricked-out ghoulish setting you’ll love.
Where will you be celebrating Halloween in YVR this year? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @ViewTheVibe.