Rave and Misbehave with our 13 Nights Out in Liverpool this Halloween
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Halloween is good for two things, free sweets and a boss night out. It’s not until you hit a certain age that you stop caring about how many Everton mints you are going to get off your sly neighbours and start looking for somewhere decent to go for a bevy!
We know the struggle of the endless debates about where you should go and more importantly, what costume you’re gonna go for, so we’re lending a hand. Take a look at these freaking fantastic places to get your Monster Mash on in Liverpoool this Halloween.
1 – WalkAbout – Concert Square
If you are new to the city there is a good chance you have already been to WalkAbout in Concert Square as part of a night out, it’s in the same bracket of things to do in the city as having a bowl of Scouse or taking a selfie with the Liver Buildings. Check out their twitter here for the latest on the goings on this Halloween.
2 – Level – Fleet Street
Staying in Concert Square, Level – just of the square itself, on Fleet Street – is having its very own exclusive Monster boogy. They are dubbing it ‘Liverpool’s biggest Halloween party.’ Looks like Concert Square is going to be BOOming (sorry) this Halloween. Your going to need tickets, so head over to their official twitter here for more information.
3 – Asylum – Newsham Park
This seasonal event is fast becoming one of Liverpool’s favourite once-a-year spots. Happening in Newsham Park, Asylum are proud to bring some of the best Techno DJ’s on the planet to party on Merseyside every Halloween. SVEN VATH IS ON PEOPLE!!! Get to their twitter homepage here for more info and ticket bookings…. Quick, before they sell out!!
4 – Mansion Club – Temple Street
Located in Liverpool’s clubbing heartland, Mansion is always a good shout, never mind on Halloween. Saturday 29th October at Mansion promises to be bonkers. It is forever chocker, so you might want to get down handy or sort a table before you go. Check out their twitter for details here.
5 – Circus – Camp and Furnace
If you didn’t know, Circus is the home of house music in Liverpool. The Saturday before Halloween’s line up is a devilish one. Seth Troxler, Nic Fanculli and Eats Everything on in the same place is enough to make any self-confessed house-loving zombie drool, not for brains but for beats! Check out their website for the latest info on tickets etc.
6 – Revolucion De Cuba – Albert Dock
Revolución de Cuba is set to celebrate Halloween in style this year. The bar and cantina at Liverpool’s famous Albert Dock is hosting four days of events to mark their first big holiday in the city. Themed around ‘A Carnival of Souls’, the events will span all three rooms and feature live entertainment from ‘Tocha & The Guarimbero’s. Find out more about their 2-4-1 cocktail offers and book your VIP booth here.
7 – Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill, Hotel Indigo
With All Hallows’ Eve creeping up on us, why not get in the macabre mood and take a spooky sip of one of Marco Pierre White’s bewitching Halloween-themed cocktails at his recently relaunched Liverpool Steakhouse Bar & Grill.
Torment your tastebuds with the Blood Sucker, the Zombie or dare to try the gruesome mix of Brains (peach schnapps, Bailey’s Irish cream and just a dash of Grenadine) that await you in the stunning new bar and restaurant area! Click here to take a look around and book your table for Halloween weekend.
8 – Camp & Furnace – NIGHTGARDEN
There’s crispy squirrel and heather spit-roasted stag on the menu at Camp & Furnace’s Halloween special this Friday night. The weekly Friday nighter at the Greenland Street venue, which combines food, drink, design and performance includes collaborations from some of the UK’s top culinary and creative talents as well as attracting big name DJs.
Direct from a season at Space and Pikes Hotel, Ibiza legend Doorly fronts the music on the macabre special, being joined in the event’s ‘glitch forest’ by friends including PBR Streetgang, playing amongst the giant botanticals. Click here for more details on menu’s and the line-up.
9 – District House – ‘I Know What You Did Last Supper’
On Friday 28th October, District House is starting the Halloween weekend with a seven deadly sins themed menu! With three courses that will set your sense on fire, including spicy prawns, braised beef and toffee apple tarte tatin, accompanied by Prosecco, vodka and chambord cocktails, you’ll be fit to burst. Make sure you look over your shoulder during dinner, there’s rumours of unexpected guests and spine-chilling events throughout the meal. Pre-booking is essential, email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place at the table.
10 – Titanic Hotel – Rum Bar
The Rum Bar at the Titanic Hotel have crafted a unique cocktail for Halloween this year. The ‘Blackened’ mixes Ron Zacapa 23 with sugar, angostura bitters and a special secret ingredient to create an inky black and smoking drink that is sure to send shivers down your spine. Available throughout the Halloween weekend, click here for more details.
11 – Liverpool Disco Fest – Multiple Venues
We now literally have a festival for everything in Liverpool, this is a great thing, but it seems we have neevr had a festival of Disco – UNTIL NOW! The inaugural edition of Liverpool Disco Festival happens on Saturday 29th October across the wonderful Baltic Triangle cultural district of Liverpool. Lineup includes Odyssey (Live Band), Louie Vega, Dimitri From Paris, Spen & Karizma, Juan Atkins and many more. Some tickets still available head to skiddle to sort yours. Flares and glitter at the ready! www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Liverpool/The-Great-Baltic-Warehouse/LIVERPOOL-DISCO-FESTIVAL
12 – Lee Butler’s Halloween Birthday Bash
Yes he has more birthday’s than the Queen but come on, when Lee Butler throws a party he means business! This time he is bringing two of the biggest dance acts from clubland to UNDERGROUND on Eberle Street for an all nighter until 6am. Some tickets available but going fast www.3brecords.co.uk/event/state-pres
13 – Castle St Townhouse – ‘Nightmare on Castle Street’
Liverpool’s new all-day dining and drinking destination Castle St Townhouse is set to celebrate Halloween with a frighteningly good cocktail. The aptly named cocktail ‘Nightmare on Castle Street’ will comprise a blend of Malibu, Havana 3 and Blue Curaçao topped with pineapple juice. Owner and Director of Castle St Townhouse Jason McNeill said: “With Halloween just around the corner, we are looking forward to celebrating the novel occasion with our spooky signature cocktail offering. “For those looking for all of the flavour with none of the fright, we are also serving up a range of unique cocktails such as Hit the Road (Havana 3, Disaronno Amaretto, ginger syrup, fresh lemon juice & egg white), A Long Day (Green Mark Vodka, fresh lime juice, sugar syrup, apple bitters & basil) and Free as a Bird (Hendrick’s Gin, St Germain, fresh lemon juice, sugar syrup, elderflower cordial & muddled cucumber).” For more information visit www.castlestreettownhouse.co.uk