Halloween, Miami Style

What To Do On Halloweekend

411 on the 305 | Andrea Cespedes | October 27, 2015

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As we all know, every closeted slut’s favorite holiday is right around the corner: Halloween. Let the sexy black cats come out to play! Luckily, you’re spending it in Miami where shit will sure to be popping left and right. You obviously know about the Grove’s festivities, so let’s just skip right over that and dig a little deeper.

Wynwood’s streets are expected to be packed with costumed revelers; it’s definitely a good place to consider for bar-hoping and drunken people watching. Just a few blocks north from there, you can relive the face-eating Miami zombie frenzy that garnered national attention and partake in Zombie Crawl in Midtown. Just stay away from the bath salts.

In South Beach, you can catch a Halloween fashion show put on by the many characters who fill the corners of Miami A.K.A. Vice City. Lincoln Road and any club in the area will be sure to cater to everyone: from the competitively creative costume enthusiasts, to the skin-baring party goers who don last minute “outfits” matched with some sort of pair of ears.

There will also be different events hosted around town on All Hallows’ Eve. Fifty Ultra Lounge (also known as Club 50) is located on the 50th floor of the Viceroy Hotel in Brickell, and will be having a Halloween party for a good cause. Proceeds from the event will go towards mentoring and educational programs for children. And if you’d rather do something in SoBe, Radio Bar is throwing an 80’s themed party. It’s a chill spot that always pulls in a big crowd to fill up their moderately sized venue, complete with couches and a pool table.

LIV is hosting an entire Halloweekend starting tonight, kicking things off with DJ Kygo. On Friday they will be celebrating Halloween Eve with Krewella and on Saturday they’ll be giving the Halloween Night Slumber Party Massacre Sh!t Show with Cedric Gervais. Mynt is also known for throwing luxe, legendary, and over-the-top costume parties. Even if it’s not your go-to club spot, it definitely turns up on Halloween, so keep it in mind. And don’t forget about Wall, everyone’s favorite Halloween night tradition! You can also check out the House of Horror Amusement Park for a trip through a haunted house, or for more attractions, visit:
http://www.miamihauntedhouses.com/

Happy Halloweening, suckas!