Halloweekend Roundup In Miami 2018—Where The Hottest Celebs Celebrated In The City

Gabrielle Union & Dwyane WadePhoto Credit: Bob Metelus Studio

Halloween is still two days away but Miami was partying all weekend long with pre-celebrations. Celebs from all over came out in their best festive attire to celebrate the spooky holiday in style. Here were some of our favorite parties and looks of the weekend in honor of Halloween 2018:


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Dwyane Wade planned a very special birthday celebration for his beautiful wife, Gabrielle Union, in celebration of Halloween with a hip, ’90s-themed birthday party at Byblos Miami. The couple dressed up as iconic ’90s figures for the occasion—Wade as Will Smith and Union as Gwen Stefani—and partied the night away with a live performance by Lil Kim and drinks by Avión Tequila






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Miami’s fabulous couple is famous for throwing their over-the-top Halloween Ball each year. Over the weekend, the Hochstein’s welcomed guests like Alec Monopoly, David Grutman, David Einhorn and more into their gorgeous Star Island manse for the annual Ball, where people stepped up to the occasion in lavish Halloween ensembles.



 LIV Miami invited in a slew of A-listers over the weekend for the festivities. Friday kicked off with the legendary Virgil Abloh headlining the night. A-listers like Winnie Harlow showed up to party with him.

Saturday featured Cedric Gervais’ annual Halloween performance, this year themed Sh!t Show Carnival. Celebrities like Trevor Noah came to dance the night away inside the DJ booth.





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Guests also celebrated at STORY Miami on Saturday, where DJ Khaled headlined the Halloween-themed night, bringing in a crowd of boldface names to celebrate the occasion. Brazilian pop sensation Anitta made a cameo on stage with Khaled, and Latin star J Balvin showed up to support.