Weekender Guide: Best Parties and Events for Halloween 2022!
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The Beat Hong Kong’s Weekender Guide: Best Parties and Activities This Halloween 2022!

Ahh, another weekend is upon us and you’re looking for cool things to get up to in the 852! We’ve saved you the hassle with The Beat Hong Kong’s rundown of the best places to hit up and things to do this weekend—from blink-and-you'll-miss-it pop-up sights and new restaurant openings, to the hottest activities that you shouldn’t miss.

To keep your finger on the pulse of the city, follow The Beat Hong Kong to see the best parties and activities in store for this Halloween weekend.

1. Maleficent the Magnificent

Eventbrite/Venus Villa & Cindy Jourdain

Produced by Voices of Children, this one-night-only Halloween performance is a fantastical production of song and dance that retells the tale of “Sleeping Beauty” with an unexpected twist. Paying homage to Tchaikovsky, “Maleficent Goes to Halloween” stars child dance performers who get their time in the spotlight showing off acrobatics, singing, and ballet as well as hip-hop skills, with professional guidance from show directors Cindy and Venus, who both have experience dancing with the London Royal Ballet Company. Grab your tickets here so you don’t miss out on this whimsical musical adventure.

When: 7 PM-10 PM, Oct. 30

Where: House Studio, 1/F, Soho House Hong Kong, 33 Des Voeux Road West. Hong Kong

How much: HK$400 (HK$250 for children)

2. Discovery BOO!

Discovery Bay
Discovery Bay

Compiling together a marvellous series of Halloween activities for all to enjoy, the island of Discovery Bay is being transformed into a wonderland of thrills and chills on a back-to-back schedule that will delight both residents and visitors. Hang by Tai Pak Beach to sit in on screenings as part of the Spooky Moonlit Movies roster between Oct. 27 and 31, or drop by the “Spooky Pumpkin Party” at DB Plaza to see the tricks and treats up vendors’ sleeves. Sporty spirits shouldn’t miss the festivities at DB Ice Rink on Oct. 29, where lights and music abound, and face painters are around to transform any skater.

Brave the “LOST in Halloween Escape Room” pop-up designed by LOST HK and work your brain and courage to make it out of their eerie themed mazes. Load up on Halloween goodies and handcrafted gifts from local makers and brands on Oct. 30 at the “Spooky Halloween Night Market” to end the weekend. There will even be surprise candy giveaways, and a costume competition with the chance to win tickets to any of the Halloween events! Instructions on how to join in are here.

When: Oct. 29 (Skate Night)m

Oct. 30 (Night Market)

Now until Oct. 31 (Other events)

Where: Discovery Bay

How much: HK$120 (Escape Room)

HK$100 (Ice-skating)

3. Flash of Fear

If Trypanophobia is the extreme fear of needles, then what about an obsession for inked pricks? Those looking to score a Halloween-themed tattoo to commemorate this frightfully fun holiday can head to the special flash day hosted by Olga Tatoo and Art in Causeway Bay for some spectacular picks. There will be an abundance of cool readily completed pieces to choose from, with ink-painting-esque pieces by Tatooer Alessa and whimsical linework from Novv Nov, ranging to the colourful and adorable femme fatales drawn up by C_C Tattoo, Flying Unicorn 615, Cadi Tattoo, and Lena Pooh Pooh. Host Olga will also be offering up some of her vibrant and anime-inspired works.

When: 12 PM-8 PM, Oct. 29-30

Where: Olga Tattoo & Art, Room J, 3/F, Po Ming Building, 2-6 Foo Ming Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

How much: Prices vary

4. Monster Movie Night

The Grounds
Eventbrite/The Grounds

Though pumpkin patch visits are not a tradition replicated in the city, the return of Hong Kong’s favourite outdoor cinema, The Grounds, has been met with a warm reception from those seeking an easy-access, open-air activity for all. Ringing in Halloween by adding a dash of chilling vibes to the air, The Grounds have a line-up of spooktacular films up their sleeve. Beginning with Hocus Pocus on Saturday, crowd-pleasing Frankenweenie and Beetlejuice on Sunday, with the heart-pounding adventure of Ghostbusters: Afterlife to top it all off on the day of Hallow’s eve itself. Grab your tickets by clicking into the links to each movie, and ready your popcorn.

When: Oct 29-31

Where: The Grounds, Hong Kong Observation Wheel & AIA Vitality Park 33 Man Kwong Street Central, Hong Kong

How much: Starting from HK$210 (per person)

5. Hal-Lego-ween

Legoland Discovery Centre
Website/Legoland Discovery Centre HK

Welcoming you to a bricked lair of wonders, Legoland Discovery Centre has blocked out a line-up of thrilling Halloween activities to pique your inner master builder. Experience the haunts in “The Great Monster Chase,” a 4D screening of the Lego creature feature that jolts all your senses with scares followed by laughter, then go on a mini monster hunt for some missing monster rocker characters with prizes up for grabs to whoever has the mystery solved!

There are also a bunch of creative workshops, including a “Brick-or-Treat" zone where you can design your own little Lego beast, in addition to photo areas where you might have the chance to meet the mysterious Lego Skeleton Guy. Ticket bookings are available here; general admissions require that adults must be accompanied by children between the ages of three and 17 years old, whilst adults who want some kid-free entertainment during the witching hour can check out this package with extra grown-up Halloween goodies included.

When: Now until Oct. 31

Where: Legoland Discovery Centre, Shop B131-133, B1, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

How much: Starting from HK$240 (HK$289 for adults-only package)

6. Eskate the Fate

If it takes more than just a well-planned jump scare to get your heart racing, why not try getting your pulse rate up with some speedy roller-skating? Sway or slide in your costumes to the tunes of on-site DJ’s Monsta Kei and Gee, who will be keeping smooth R&B and funky tunes a-running all night long. Snacks and two drinks are included with general admissions (HK$160), and skaters (HK$270) will also be able to use the skates and knee pads on lend free of charge. Expert highrollers are also allowed to bring along their own quad skates and stoppers. Reserve your tickets now by clicking here and schedule in a sesh for Oct. 30.

When: 8 PM-11 PM, Oct. 30

Where: Rollalar Retro Roller Rink, 6/F, 28 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon

How much: HK$270


Step into a red room of darkly captivating vibes from party hosts Magic Room, who will be taking over half terraced venue Cassio for a night of thumping music and ghoulish fun. Deck yourself up in the crossover theme of cosmic hellishness and get ready to dance the night away to music from Calamar crew’s Demayä alongside Leon from France, Mo-Shi, Milam, and Lydia Nadia. Tickets can be reserved here via Resident Advisor, but do note that payment is conducted through USD, and you can message the Magic Room team on Instagram for more details.

When: 7 PM-2 AM, Oct. 28

Where: Cassio, 2/F, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong

How much: HK$350 (HK$400 walk-ins) 

8. Attack da Bloc

Hitting Halloween with the utmost of hype, Blocpartygroup is taking over Sound Department tonight with an extravaganza for the ages, full of live performances and back-to-back DJ sets that will set the weekend off to a fiery bang! The event features a stunner line-up of locally loved acts like Afroseas, Fxith x Hxpe, Xabitat, Bbvdoll, Lisa Hui, JBO Escobar, Posh Plans, Novel Friday, and JB, with wild sets with DJ Fergus, DJ DB, and MC-ed by Muvahsa. The crew rocking up in the best group costume will win a free bottle of vodka, plus merch from homegrown fashion label Dragon Made. Each admission ticket covers two complimentary drinks.

When: 9:30 PM-Late, Oct. 27

Where: Sound Department, Unit 8, 8, LG/F, Malahon Centre, 12 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong

How much: HK$180

9. Lumière Rouge

For those who see the occasion of Halloween as closer to a reason to put on a sultry outfit than a scare fest, then this is the red-hot shindig to rock up to. Transforming into a smouldering boudoir to evoke the glamorously sexy Moulin Rouge cabaret theatre, set to a modernised soundtrack of curated R&B and hip-hop, with absinthe-based tipples flowing all around, Frank’s is welcoming one and all to a night of raucous festivities.

Free flow is available with the advanced ticket (HK$350), with three whopping hours of Prosecco and beer pours to satisfy, whilst standard entry (HK$300) comes with one complimentary cocktail with no entry hour requirement. Get your tickets now by clicking here.

When: 8 PM-11 PM, Oct. 29 (Free-flow)

Where: Frank’s Italian American Social Club, 79 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong

How much: Starting HK$300

10. This is Thriller Night

Regardless if you’ve got a fear of heights, the impressive views atop Carbon HK is sure to get your heart pounding. Presenting an evening of terror-tinged boogie, Eventify HK is bringing the sounds of disco to the dazzling location above H-Code. Say cheers and throw down some hot moves to the tunes spun by DJ Diamond and DJ Fergus. Dress to impress? Nah, dress to join the disco of the dead.

Get your tickets here, each of which includes one drink from ONLY Vodka Soda as well as one Halloween-themed drink crafted by Carbon HK.

When: 10 PM, Oct. 29

Where: Carbon HK, 26/F H-code, 45 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong

How much: HK$400

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