Halloween Party Toronto

Toronto Halloween Party Guide 2009

TOP PICKS

Ghost Hole (377 Lansdowne Avenue)
A zombie shootout, battle with demons, a magical doorway, ghost stories plus performances by Slim Twig and Broken Tree Fort. Bands start at 10PM at the White House. October 31st.

Halloween with MSTRKRFT, St. Mandrew (Guvernment)
Saturday's party at the Guvernment is all about getting people on the dancefloor. Also on the bill are Dirty South, The Japanese Pop Stars and more. This party will offer 6 rooms and over $5,000 in costume prizing. $20 if guestlist. $30 without.

Grand Halloween (Liberty Grand)
Last year, this massive Halloween party at Liberty Grand took in over 4,000 people. Despite what this does to parking in the area, I've heard fabulous things about the costumes and mixture of electro/retro music. Prizes are awarded for Best, Funniest and Sexiest Costumes, and a live dance performance will countdown 'till midnight. October 30th. $40 in advance, more at the door.

Promise Warehouse Halloween (Pia Bouman Ballet School)
The Promise Cherry Beach crew is back again for their Halloween bash, this year to take place at the Pia Bouman Ballet School (interesting). With electro, techno and deep house from DJs Tripzone, Kf and Ali Black, plus a lot of energy put into the decor, the Promise Halloween party always brings the good vibe. October 31st. $15 at local vendors, or at the door.

Slow Dance of the Living Dead (Dovercourt House)
WORN Journal celebrates the launch of issue 9 with an intimate soiree at the Dovercourt House. Expect questionable fortune telling, cupcakes, $3 beer and lots of dancing. October 31st. Tickets $10.

Ghost Dance (The Haunted Pier - 2 Villers St.)
Party in the Port Lands at the supposedly haunted Keating Channel. DJs Daniel Bell and Komodo are the headliners but there's a lengthy supporting crew spinning in two rooms plus "the graveyard". October 31st. $20 in advance.

TerrorVision Death on Film (Golden Cinema Classics)
This 80's and 90's horror film party promises cheap booze, guest DJs and a line-up of scarry flicks including Frankenhooker, Nightmare on Elm St. and The Lost Boys. October 31st. $10 advance or $15 at the door.

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