It’s that time again. Time to ransack your closet for costumes ideas. Although Halloween is technically on the 31st, we all know that in Miami, it’s more of a week-long event rather than a simple holiday. There’s no need to feel overwhelmed, we’ve come up with a Spooktacular Halloween Guide packed with local events for the entire family. So, bring out the dark make up, messy face paint and delicious Halloween drinks treats.
Brickell Monster Bar Crawl
Calling all party-lovers…your favorite bar crawl is back for its 4th consecutive year. Miami Bar Crawls invites you on Saturday, October 27th for another night of drinks, dancing and Halloween debauchery. The event features five different local Brickell bars including locations such as Blackbird, American Social and Baru Latin Bar. With the purchase of one ticket, you will be able avoid cover charges at these five locations and receive one free drink per bar. Check-in begins at 7 p.m. Get your tickets here before prices go up!
Starting Location: Baru LatinBar Brickell
901 S Brickell Plaza
Trunk or Treat
If you are looking for a more family friendly environment, Brickell’s trunk or treat is the perfect community event for kids to show off their adorable costumes and collect their favorite candy. The event will take place at First Miami Presbyterian Church’s parking lot on Wednesday, October 31st from 6pm to 9pm. Kids, parents and yes, even pets, are encouraged to wear their most creative costume and trick-or-treat from an array of decorated car trunks. You can sign-up to decorate your car trunk at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number, and trunk theme!
609 Brickell Ave
Sweet Caroline’s Scary Karaoke
Get ready for a night full of Scary-oke. On Saturday, October 27th, Sweet Caroline will be hosting its first Halloween themed karaoke contest, where you could win up to $300 in cash. Is singing too intimidating? No worries. If you don’t think you have the lungs to win the singing contest, Brickell’s only karaoke bar will also be hosting a costume contest. Doors open at 6 p.m. and Karaoke starts at 9 p.m.
1111 SW 1st Ave #107
Pirates Of The Wharf
This year, The Wharf decided to take Halloween to another level. On Saturday, October 27th it will be transforming its venue into a pirate fortress inviting you to embrace your inner drunken pirate and dance the night away like a mermaid. Join The Wharf for an evening of pillaging and plundering accompanied by live music, amazing drink specials a BOOtiful river view.
114 North River Drive
Brickell City Centre’s Hallow Bash
Celebrate Halloween in the heart of town! Brickell City Centre invites you on Wednesday, October 31st to a day filled with kid-friendly events including a Kids & Pet Costume Contest, a Spooky Pumpkin Patch and much more! Bring the entire family to enjoy live music, authentic food and activities for all ages. The fun begins at 5:30 p.m.
701 S. Miami Ave
Cirque de Bleu Halloween Party
Join Brickell Living and Blue Martini Brickell as they celebrate this spooky holiday with a 3-night spine-chilling celebration. It will be a weekend filled with circus antics and an array of twisted performances by traveling fearless circus freaks. If you were looking to do something daring this Halloween, this evening of tricks and treats will not disappoint. For a more detailed itinerary of the event and to RSVP, visit the link in our Instagram’s bio. Also, @Brickell_Living followers receive FREE entry before midnight on all three nights!
900 S. Miami Ave.
Once Bitten Halloween Party
Bring out the fangs, capes and bloody makeup. Continue your Halloween celebration on Saturday, October 27th at W Miami Hotel for its vampire-themed Halloween Party. Starting at 11 p.m., at the hotel’s 50th floor, guests and vampires alike can dance and revel in celebration of Halloween. Guests can also expect live music and ghostly drink specials all night long.
485 Brickell Avenue
Whether you are looking for a boozy night or fun way to treat the kids with face paint and mounds of delicious candy, Brickell has an event for all types of Halloween enthusiasts. And no, you don’t need to fuss over Halloween landing on a dreaded week day. Using our calendar, you can eat, drink, and be scary all weekend long.