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It is nearly that time of the year again (no, it’s not quite Christmas yet)… Halloween! To avoid Tianjin Castle Halloween drama this year, read up on the best Halloween parties and club-nights happening in the city; whether you want to go somewhere decadent to show-off your costumes whilst sipping champagne, or would rather dazzle Beijing with your terrifying dancing skills, there is something for everyone.

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1) Tropical Disco Halloween Edition at ParnasView In Map

DJs Juhstynn, Max atLarge and MRG bring a night of salsa, meringue, cumbia, bachata, reggae, reggaeton, soca, samba, moombahton, and Latin house to Parnas, making it easy to dance the night away! There will be a prize for best tropical costume.

When: October 31, 21:00-02:00
Where: Parnas Bar
First Floor, Nali Patio, 81 Sanlitun Beilu, Chaoyang District, Beijing
How Much: Free!

2) The Rocky Horror Picture Show with Bye Bye Kitty at Homeplate Bar-B-QueView In Map

This Halloween, Homeplate Bar-B-Que is going all out on their Halloween celebrations. There will be an interactive screening of the popular Rocky Horror Picture Show. All you have to do is WeChat the Manager, Dave Bob, on barrevt to reserve your stage seat and get a free prop bag, meaning you can throw things at the stage throughout the screening, yell at the screen, and of course, dance along to the time warp. After this, popular Beijing cover band Bye Bye Kitty will take the stage and play some amazing 90s tunes. Happy Hour will start at 21:00 this evening, and the movie will screen at 21:30, with Bye Bye Kitty following up from the screening. There will also be best and worst costume awards with prizes!

When: October 31, 21:00-02:30
Where: Homeplate Bar-B-Que
Unit 10, Nan Sanlitun Lu, Chaoyang District, Beijing
Price: Free!

3) Zombie Apocalypse Halloween Party at The Local View In Map

The Local is going to be a definite to-go destination, especially for those who do not want to go all out in the clubs this Halloween. They are having a Zombie Apocalypse themed party – with free shots for everyone dressed as a zombie or a survivor, and special drink deals for everyone in costume, regardless of theme. Prizes will be awarded at midnight for whoever makes the best zombie or survivor.

When: October 31, 22:00-02:00
Where: The Local
4 Gongti Beilu, Chaoyang District, Beijing
How Much: Free!

4) The Black Eyeliner at Dada View In Map

Dada is also a great option this Halloween, with spooky music playing for the entire night, keeping everyone going. Think synth-pop or future electronic, with something for everyone, as long as it is spooky…

When: October 31, 22:00-late
How Much: Free!

5) Halloween Fetish at YenView In Map

Yen, in the Universal Creative Park, is hosting their own Halloween fetish party – only for those who dare. Guaranteed to be one of the latest (or earliest, depending on your point of view) running parties in the city. Attend at your own risk.

When: October 31, 21:00-05:00
Where: Yen
9 Jiuxianqiao Beilu, Chaoyang District, Beijing
How Much: TBA

6) Spooked Halloween at LanternView In Map

Popular nightclub Lantern will have a great party on at Halloween, with the usual great music and free body painting and hair styling in session for the entire evening – the only way to fully complete your Halloween outfit!

When: October 31, 22:00-late
Where: Lantern Club
100m North of Worker’s Stadium West Gate, Chaoyang District, Beijing
How Much: 60 RMB (presale), 100 RMB (door)

7) House of Freaks at Migas.View In Map

This year, Migas will completely transform into a creepy, creepy haunted house, allegedly full of naked Barbie dolls, and as-of-yet unspecified mysterious freaks. The music is going to be great, with Shanghai’s Jane Siesta, Oshi, Shackup and Yauman taking control for the night.

When: October 31, 22:00-late
Where: Migas
How Much: 60 RMB

8) Halloween at Xian BarView In Map

Halloween at Xian Bar offers two for one champagne from dusk to dawn as Xian transforms into a haunted house. There will be live music for dancing, and prizes in various costume categories for those who have come dressed to impress.

When: October 31, 17:00-02:00
Where: Xian Bar
22 Jiuxianqiao Lu, Chaoyang District, Beijing
How Much: Free!

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