6 NYC Halloween Events You Won’t Want to Miss

Looking for something fun to do this Halloween? From scary brunches, to Halloween-themed dance-offs, to ghost tours, New York has a little bit of something for everyone.

What: The Horizon Tour & Jacked Halloween

Where: Brooklyn Hangar (2 52nd Street)

Fearhouse NYC and RPM Presents is hosting back-to-back events at Brooklyn Hangar on Oct. 26 and Oct. 27. Catch the Horizon Tour with performances by Seven Lions, Tritonal, and Kill the Noise on Thursday and Jacked Halloween with Afrojack and Friends on Friday.

(Photo Credit: Brooklyn Hangar)

What: Fright Night Roxx

Where: SUSHI ROXX (120 E. 39th Street)

Midtown’s SUSHI ROXX is hosting an adults-only Fright Night Roxx Halloween-themed show on Friday, Oct. 27 and Saturday, Oct. 28 from 8:15 p.m. to 10:15 p.m. The entire staff will be decked out in costume, so feel free to do the same. Bonus, both seatings will kick off with a restaurant-wide, “Thriller” dance-off.

(Photo Credit: SUSHI ROXX)

What: Haunted Circus

Where: Attic Rooftop (251 W. 48th Street)

Attic Rooftop is hosting a Haunted Circus-themed Halloween Weekend (Oct. 27 and Oct. 28). Tickets are $30 per person and include admission, a Haunted High Wire cocktail from Liquid Lab NYC mixologists Parker Boase and Gregory Lucas, one entry into a costume contest with a $100 prize for the best of the best.

(Photo Credit: Attic Rooftop)

What: “It” Themed Brunch Party

Where: Bagatelle (1 Little W. 12th Street)

Bagatelle is throwing an “It” themed brunch party on Oct. 27 and Oct. 28. Attendees are encouraged to dine in costume – the waitstaff will be doing the same.

(Photo Credit: Bagatelle)

What: Travis Scott

Where: NY Expo Center (1110 Oak Point Avenue)

Travis Scott is headlining a Halloween show (presented by RPM Presents) with special guest Virgil Abloh at the NY Expo Center on Saturday, Oct. 28. Purchase tickets here.

(Photo Credit: NY Expo Center) 

What: Scary Bazaar

Where: Grand Bazaar NYC (100 W. 77th Street)

The Grand Bazaar NYC is known for its over-the-top Sunday market events, filled with local artists, designers, craft-makers, and independent antique and vintage dealers. With more than 100 weekly vendors, Bazaar attendees can find one-of-a-kind collectibles, handmade jewelry, and other knickknacks.

On Sunday, Oct. 29, the Grand Bazaar is hosting a “Scary Bazaar” that’ll feature more than 100 vendors (clad in costume) ready to serve you with sweet treats. Best part? Admission is free.

*The Grand Bazaar NYC donates 100 percent of its profits to four neighborhood schools, benefitting more than 4,000 children.

(Photo Credit: Grand Bazaar NYC)

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