The Most Extravagant Ways To Celebrate Halloween In Miami

Halloween weekend is just around the corner and Miamians are infamous for taking the holiday celebrations and costumes to the next level. With haute dining destinations, nightclubs and private parties planned throughout the weekend up until the 31st, the city has no shortage of options to choose from. We’ve rounded up our top favorite spots to attend where you’ll be able to flaunt your decked out costumes in style. Here’s a look at the most extravagant ways to celebrate Halloween in Miami:


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The famous Miami Beach nightlife destination at The W South Beach is known for its legendary Halloween party—aka WALLoween—each year. This year, they’re celebrating twice—first with Secret Sin Sunday on the 29th and then the annual bash on Tuesday the 31st. Come dressed to impress and get ready for a frighteningly eventful evening.


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Extravagance and Miami Beach’s Faena Hotel go hand-in-hand. Thus, it’s the perfect place to enjoy a memorable Halloween celebration as things get weird and wonderful in the hotel’s Living Room on Saturday, October 28th at 9 p.m. for the Faena Horror Picture Show hosted by legendary Miami drag queen, Adora. Inspired by the ‘70s cult classic, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” this all-night festivity transforms Faena’s intimate space into Dr. Frank-N-Furter’s famous castle, featuring a selection of artfully-crafted themed Bacardi cocktails, as well as live music from Blues, Soul and Rock & Roll group, Brothers of Other. Light up the dance floor with your best Time Warp steps and get into the spirit of your favorite characters with their iconic costumes, from Rocky’s gold lame and Columbia’s sparkly ensemble to Brad and Janet’s scandalous skivvies. When the night has ended, keep your outfits on hand and head back to Faena Miami Beach for a special screening of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” on Halloween night to complete a fabulously strange celebration.

Guests ages 21+ welcomed. RSVP required to For table reservations, please email or call +1 786 655 5600.


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The ultimate dinner party destination, Bâoli, is hosting its famous My Boyfriend Is Out Of Town dinner party on Wednesday, October 25th, this time dedicated to the upcoming spooky holiday with a Cirque Noir theme. The spot will be putting on a show unlike any other this Halloween, and guests can expect one of the restaurant’s typical lavish, over-the-top nights. So come on, come all, and be sure to dress to impress—a strict dress code will be enforced. Cirque attire preferred.


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The weekend-long concert will take place on Saturday, October 28th and Sunday, October 29th at the RC Cola Factory, presented by DiskoLab. The Halloween-themed music festival will feature performances by Porter Robinson, Steve Angello, DJ Snake, Wiz Khalifa, Martin Solveig, Oliver Helens, Andrew Rayel, Cedric Gervais, The M Machine, Bay Royale, Big Gigantic, Yellow Claw, Drezo and GG Magree. The spooky festival is raising the bar with 4,000 square feet of scare zones and haunted areas with different creative themes set within the confines of the RC Cola Factory. Upon entering the space, prepare to navigate through the Zombie Containment Zone without becoming a part of the undead yourself. Even better, the WYNWOOD FEAR FACTORY has teamed up with the Global Empowerment Mission, where event organizers will donate 100 percent of their net proceeds from the event to directly benefit Hurricane Irma and Maria Victims.

Single and two-day general admission admission and VIP tickets are available for purchase now at   GA tickets are 18+ agesVIP Tickets are 21+. VIP tickets include priority entry and exclusive access to a private VIP area with elevated viewing deck and 21+ bars, premium restroom trailers, and specialty WFF gift bag.   There will also be an exclusive VIP deck for bottle service with VIP pricing to be released soon.


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The haute Halloween charity soirée brought by The Little Lighthouse Foundation is back once again for its 8th Annual Nightmare on the Beach: The Dark CarnEvil on Friday, October 27th at 9 pm at South Bech’s Lummus Park. The Halloween charitable affair will offer guests a unique outdoor nightclub experience where Evil dwellers of the abandoned carnival celebrate while raising money for South Florida children. The party will also feature multiple themed pavilions and tents, costumed performers and deranged clowns, and top shelf open bars with sips by Tito’s Vodka, Camarena Tequila, Notorious Pink, Atlantico Rum, Jagermeister and Coppertail Beer paired with food tastings from some of Miami’s best restaurants and caterers. For tickets, visit:


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Miami’s ultimate party destination is hosting a “FREAK SHOW” Halloween featuring a live performance by rapper Lil Jon. In typical E11even style, the party is expected to be an all-night until morning affair, complete with lavish Halloween decorations, decked-out costumes and plenty of bottle service.


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On Halloween night, Veuve Clicquot will host its annual Yelloween party at Japanese hot spot Zuma in downtown Miami. Inspired but he theme of Japanese Kabuki Theatre, Zuma’s lounge and terrace will be transformed by elaborate and dramatic characters such as geisha go-go dancers, Japanese robots, live percussion performances and more all complemented by a steady flow of bubbly courtesy of Veuve Clicquot. From 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., guests with dinner reservations will be granted free admission to the soiree with general admissions tickets for $75/person. Packages featuring tables and bottle service will also be available for reservations.


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Tyson Beckford + Olivia Zara at Rockwell

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The haute nightclub is celebrating all weekend long with a series of events leading up to the big day. The spot has announced its 2nd annual Halloween Freak Show lineup, which will begin on Friday, October 27th and will continue on Saturday, October 28th and Monday, October 30th. Guests are encouraged to come dressed in their most jaw-dropping Halloween costumes to participate in their costume contest. As if that isn’t enough, on Wednesday, November 1st, the club is continuing the spooky festivities with a “Kiss Me I’m Latin” party that will be transformed to celebrate Dia De Los Muertos.


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The hip Delano Hotel will be hosting multiple celebrations throughout the weekend to celebrate the holiday. First, its swanky new lounge, Doheny Room, will host Dead Centerfolds on Friday, October 27th—a tribute to Hugh Hefner and Playboy. Guests can expect surprise acts and live performers and are encouraged to come in their best costumes that pay homage to the theme. The following night, Doheny will transform into the Ball of the Dead—a speakeasy with a deadly twist. At the Delano Beach Club, they’ll be celebrating with a Sunset Funeral from 2-11 pm on Sunday, October 29th. After the pool party, guests will continue their ghostly night of Hallow’s Eve shenanigans at FDR for their Halloween Weekend After Party starting at 11 p.m.