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Halloween in Liverpool is all about the biggest and best club night, scare attractions and ghost hunting events – who said it’s just for kids? There’s tonnes of Halloween night out ideas happening across the city, from raves on the dock to restless ghouls haunting St George’s Hall and of course the legendary Bongo’s Bingo Halloween special
So get ready to rattle your bones in the city bars, clubs and iconic buildings as the night of the dead draws near. Here’s 13 events and activities to get in your diary for Halloween in Liverpool….
The ultimate scare attraction, Farmaggedon is back on selected dates through October and November. 4 different scream attractions make up this years experience, Meat Locker, Contagion, The Beast of Terror and Zombie Outlaw make up your worst nightmare. Tickets are selling fast, get yours here.
Yousef and Circus bring one hell of a rave to Bramley Moore Dock. Taking place on Saturday 2nd November, this epic all dayer kicks off at 2pm and runs until 11pm. We’re still awaiting the full line-up, but you know it’ll be banging. More info here.
Sticking with the big top theme! Twisted Circus brings its terrifying Halloween festival to Circo, Seel Street on Friday 1st November. Witness death defying stunts, bed of blades, body stapling and loads more. For more on the dark side of the circus, head this way.
Get your madhatter welcome cocktail and keep an eye out for your hostess with the mostess, Evil Alice as Hangar 34 hosts Trapped in Wonderland on 31st October. This immersive experience includes music, characters, oversized props and a big old dose of madness. More info here.
Former Blue star, Antony Costa sees red this Halloween as Blood Runs Deep opens at the Epstein Theatre. Give the old scary movies and rest and see this gripping, psychological thriller come to life on stage. Tickets and info here.
It’s all eyes on Content down at the Baltic this Halloween and Jonny and the girls line up a whole host of scandalous halloween fun. As expected, tickets are almost a sell out already – check out the November dates here.
It’s free entry into The Merchant, Slater Street on Saturday 2nd November as the Halloween vibes continue across the weekend. The Fat Whites take over the decks followed by Buddy Keenan. Fun starts at 10pm. Info here.
Mersey Ferries hosts its very own Monster Mash Cruise on Thursday 31st October. DJ’s will be spinning blood-curdling beats from the 60’s to the very 00’s and beyond so bring your best Thriller moves to the deck dancefloor and fancy dress is highly encouraged! Tickets and info here.
Someone at Camp & Furnace opened the doors to a hidden storage room and it’s all gone Pete Tong. The Asylum Tour runs from 28th October and isnt for the feint hearted. Find out more about this interactive halloween experience here.
The city’s most infamous fancy dress halloween night out is offering a triple threat on 31st October. Medication, Electrik and Shit Indie Disco will stage one massive monster mashup, fancy dress is a must, the more gory the better! Info and tickets here.
If you like a bit of reggae, dub or jungle with your Halloween night out, it’s got to be Mungo’s Hi Fi on Thursday 31st at Invisible Wind Factory. WAH teams up with Fiesta Bombarda to put on a stella night of rhythms and beats to shake your broomsticks at! Tickets and more here.
North Shore Troubadour gets its most ghostly make-over to date as Bemuda Rave Yard fuses otherworldly bass sonics with a kick ass lighting rig. Rise of the living dead stuff this! Tickets and full DJ line up here.
It’s a kind of magic! On 31st October 2019 it’ll be 49 years since Queen played the original Cavern Club. To mark this momentous occasion, The Cavern Club: Classic Queen will play all the absolute anthems and Queen-style fancy dress is encouraged. More info here.
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