Devil’s Heaven Halloween Party at Aqua

Witness heaven and hell collide at this year’s Aqua Halloween party. Indulge in an other-worldly feast of Italian and Japanese fare at their Night Brunch from 8.30 to 11pm, along with endless pours of Veuve Clicquot Champagne and access to the freak show shindig that runs until late. For over two glorious hours, partygoers can sip on free-flowing themed cocktails as they bear witness to bizarre contortionists, live DJ sets and other haunting performances. Drop the facades and come dressed as the angels you aren’t and the devils you wish you weren’t — don’t worry, everyone already knows.

When: October 28th 
Where: 17/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Ticketing: From HK$398 or HK$1,088 with the Night Brunch at

DragJam’s Night of the Living Drag at Terrible Baby


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DragJam’s Night of the Living Drag party is as freakishly wild as it gets. With thrilling performances by the avant-garde Balatro, Sailor Ying, Gin Pan, Ina Maureen and Uncle Apollo, as well as a chance to strut your spooky stuff and win Best Dressed of the night, it’s not one to be missed. Tickets come with a complimentary drink to help you get started — check out the new themed tipples at Terrible Baby here

When: October 28th
Where: 4/F, Eaton HK, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan, Kowloon
Ticketing: HK$250 at the door or DM @dragjam

Nightmares and Porcelain Dreams at Maggie Choo’s

For an endless night of glamour and gore, head to Maggie Choo’s mysterious Central address. The Chinoiserie-inspired bar-meets-cabaret ups the ante with spellbinding dance performances, aerial acts, contortionists and wicked tunes courtesy of its resident DJ. Your potions for the night are a range of Halloween-themed cocktails; for your complimentary drink, opt for the coconut-infused Porcelain, the charcoal-hued Black Plague, or the blood-red Picante. Make sure you show up in your Halloween best, whether that’s a grotesquely accurate swamp monster or clip-on “Catwoman” cat ears — the scarier the better.

When: October 31st
Where: Shop 1, G/F, 1-13 Hollywood Road, Central
Ticketing: HK$350 at the door

Aqualuna’s Haunted Halloween Cruise

If you’ve always been curious about the perils of the sea, sail out into the vast darkness of the Victoria Harbour this Hallow’s Eve and you just might find out. For three exclusive nights, Hong Kong’s iconic Aqualuna red-sail junk boat is hosting a wicked dance party under the moonlight, complete with free-flow drinks and spooky libations. 

When: October 28th, 29th and 31st, first pick-up at 5.30pm
Where: Departure and drop-off at either Central Pier 9 or Tsim Sha Tsui Pier 1
Ticketing: Starting at HK$300 for children at


Zuma Forbidden Palace

This Halloween, crowd-favourite Zuma is transforming into a forbidden palace for the living dead. Tuck into a Halloween exclusive Yashoku Night Brunch featuring two exclusive Halloween concoctions, unlimited food and drinks from 8 to 10pm, or head straight to the party at the upstairs bar and lounge for more booze, live DJs, performers and other… surprises. The contemporary izakaya maintains the dress code for those dining in the restaurant, but feel free to unleash your deadly potential at the after-party. 

 When: October 28th 
Where: Landmark Level 5 & 6, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
Ticketing: Starting at HK$550 for restaurant diners (min. spend of HK$800) or HK$880 + $15 fee at

Thriller Night Brunch at Barkada

Like with most occasions at Barkada, Halloween calls for a bountiful Filipino family-style feast and karaoke until you can karaoke no more. From 8pm until midnight, recklessly dig into bottomless drinks and plate after plate of mouth-watering Filipino delights ‘cause this is thriller… Thriller Night Brunch. With DJ Hyphen spinning the decks and a crash bar open until 2am, you can spend your Hallow’s Eve raving to the most electrifying throwback tracks of all time. Generous free-flow drinks packages include a range of house spirits, Barkada’s crowd-favourite cocktails, prosecco, wine, beer or sodas for some alcohol-free fun.

When: October 28th
Where: 48 Cochrane Street, UG/F, FOCO, Central
Ticketing: From HK$688 + 10% reserve your spot at [email protected]

Addam’s Family Halloween at Tai Kwun

Pull out your blackest blacks and put on your worst attitude for an Addam’s Family Hallow’s Eve at Tai Kwun. For one night, and one night only, the top floor of the Old Police Headquarters will undergo a bone-chilling transformation into the Addam’s family mansion, harbouring frightful tales of Nevermore and performances of the hair-rising kind. Following an opulent Italian experience at Cantina, press on to The Dispensary and get down to the sinister beats of DJ Dauss & Mr. Sit. Also at the bar is three hours of free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne and a range of bewitching Halloween-themed cocktails.

When: October 28th 
Where: Cantina and The Dispensary, Police Headquarters Block 01, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central
Ticketing: From HK$398 or HK$888 with dinner

Hutong’s Halloween Feng Wei Brunch

Not one to leave out the children on this frightful holiday, Hutong is cooking up a family-friendly weekend brunch special for Halloween. The Northern-Chinese restaurant is putting a mysterious spin on the occasion, with nocturnal themed dishes and free-flowing drinks packages for the adults. Kids can look forward to pumpkin carving, Halloween mask painting and, as always, an entire meal on the house (must be under 12). 

When: 11.30am to 4pm, October 28th & 29th 
Where: 18/F H Zentre, 15 Middle Road Tsim Sha Tsui
Ticketing: From HK$688 at

Sleepless in Havana Pajama Party at The Daily Tot

This pajama party is nothing like your childhood sleepovers. This Halloween, slip into your hottest loungewear for a sleepless night at The Daily Tot. Free from the evil spirits that bind themselves to this October holiday, this celebration looks to bring in some frisky fun with free-flowing daiquiris, prosecco, wine, beer and not to mention live music courtesy of DJ Minou. 

When: 10pm to 1am, October 28th
Where: 58 Hollywood, Shop E, Ground Floor Felicity Building Hong Kong
Ticketing: From HK$650 + $44 fee at