halloween on church street

Church Street is throwing a huge Halloween street party this year

Halloween on Church Street is back for 2019. If you don't already have your Halloween costume planned out, you'd better get on it because Toronto's most famous costume street party is one to add to your October calendar.

Beginning at 6:30 p.m. on October 31, the street will be blocked off to cars so pedestrians ⁠— clad in their craziest costumes ⁠— can roam the streets. 

halloween on church streetThe block party will take place on Church St. between Wood and Gloucester, and it'll be open to those of all ages. 

Hundreds of people are likely to show up, as they have in previous years, filling up the six blocks along Church.

halloween on church streetOn top of the outdoor party, The Village’s shops, cafés and bars will be bumping all night long.

Prepare to spot some of the wildest and craziest costumes you've ever seen, and if you're lucky, you'll get to snap some great photos too. 

halloween on church streetAnd though some of the costumes may just look real enough to frighten you, just remember it's all in the spirit of everyone's favourite spooky holiday. 

Photos by

Hector Vasquez


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Fashion & Style

10 holiday gift ideas in Toronto for those who want to shop local

Toronto salons fight lockdown by showing how little they contributed to virus spread

Toronto store not doing Black Friday deals and is helping food banks instead

Black Friday sale crowds gather at Vaughan Mills with Toronto in lockdown

Popular budget makeup chain with 5 Toronto locations to close all stores

People in Toronto are travelling to Hamilton and Burlington to shop at malls and retail stores

Here are the rules around getting a massage during Toronto's lockdown

This is why Mark's stores are still open in Toronto despite lockdown