Shanghai's biggest Halloween parties 2014

  • [Wednesday] 29th Oct,2014
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Halloween falls on Friday 31 October 2014, meaning we will see two big weekends of parties either side of fright night as well as mid-week parties.Time Out present four biggest monster events to scare you silly. See the full list of all halloween parties this month.

Halloween Zombie Crawl 2014


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Various venues, Fri 24 Oct

Admission tba

What better way to celebrate All Hallow's Eve than dressing up, joining a flashmob and shuffling your way around the city like a blood-splattered extra in The Walking Dead? China Brawlers returns with their third annual zombie flash mob this Halloween, to join them sign up at their website www.chinabrawlers.com where exact times, route and details of the after-party will be announced a couple of days before the event.


TICT Halloween Warehouse Party


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TICT Warehouse, Fri 31 Oct

80RMB/presale, 120RMB/door

This time TICT team up with Tiger and Murphy's beer with music from TICT's roster of house DJs, including SSOSO, Jasmine Li, Ivan Barbero, Theo-Man, Nasty Nate, The Uhhh, Klein Sanchez, and Love Bang. This is usually one of the most packed and reliable parties in the city for Halloween so dig out the face paint and the scary masks and head to the warehouse.

 

2014 Halloween Tribute


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Yuyintang, Fri 31 Oct

50RMB

Yuyintang's annual Halloween tribute concert returns with Shanghai-based musicians performing covers all night. Members of Friend or Foe and The Machinery of Other Skeletons combine to become Rage Against the Machine, Xiaoxin Yiyi play as Blink 182, Girls Like Mystery do The Strokes and Hello Money perform as Sublime.

 

Apocalyptic Halloween


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Cirque le Soir, Oct 31 – Nov 1

150RMB includes one drink

Cirque Le Soir throw a typically extravagant weekend of Halloween parties with a dystopian future theme. Imagining the setting in 2800, they cheerily aim to present a post-apocalyptic universe filled with zombies, cannibals and surviving rebels where Cirque is confusingly cast as both 'the last rebel stronghold' and 'your worst nightmare'.

Whatever the theme, given the strength of its excellent oddball circus performers (giants and little people and fire eaters, oh my) Bund-side club Cirque Le Soir is likely to be a good bet for a nut-bar fancy dress bash, which is just what you want on Fright Night really.