PUBLISHED October 25th, 2016 06:30 am
Halloween is a growing celebration in Singapore, and we’re seeing bigger and better events and parties year after year, since this is the only time of the year where you can get away with the most controversial, spooky, and otherwise fashionably-grotesque outfits. We’re talking capes, fangs, and – please, perish the thought – killer clown costumes. Ready for the scariest night of the year? Check out our list of the best Halloween parties in 2016!
The Masqued Ball at Adrift
Revel in mystery, glamour, and gastronomy this year at Adrift as Chef David Myers presents a luscious four-course Omakase dinner to celebrate Halloween, showcasing dishes like an autumnal Pumpkin Soup with Foie Gras and Confit Quail, and Miso-glazed Pork Chop with Brussel Sprouts and Spiced Apples. Once the clock hits nine, fog will blanket the floors, music will play, and masks will be put on. Abandon all inhibitions and indulge in a sophisticated night of free-flow top shelf drinks, sultry bespoke cocktails, prizes and dancing in true Adrift fashion!
When: Saturday, 29 October 2016, 7pm to 2am
Battle Royale at OverEasy Orchard
Following a six year-long run of Halloween parties at The White Rabbit, The Lo & Behold Group are ushering in a new era of wild spooky fun at OverEasy Orchard. Come Saturday, the all-American diner transforms into the ultimate fight club, inviting guests to dress up as your favourite badass fighters, be it Bruce Lee, the mighty Power Rangers, or even invincible superman Chuck Norris. Dance the epic night away to sexy beats by DJs KFC and KiDG, battle it out in a game of beer pong, and exchange shots with hot ring girls and wrestling hunks.
When: Saturday, 29 October 2016, 10pm till late
Beats, BBQ & Booze at Camp Kilo Charcoal Club
Our favourite outdoor barbecue spot Camp Kilo is once again collaborating with Decker Barbecue this Halloween to bring an evening of beats, meats, and tons of booze. The theme? Día de los Muertos, otherwise known as the ‘Day of the Dead’, a Mexican holiday that honours the dead with festivals and parties. There’ll be beer pong, cornhole, as well as a face painting booth. Put on your best Halloween costume and you’ll be rewarded with a beer or cocktail, on the house!
When: Monday, 31st October 2016, 6pm to 11pm
Kinkilicious Day-of-the-Dead Edition at Kinki
Party it up with amazing views of Marina Bay as Kinki teams up with Somersby to bring you amazing bucket deals at $50 flat, alongside the refreshing Somerita (basically Somersby served over crushed ice) at $16 per glass. The music will be totally spanking, provided by female DJ collective ATTAGIRL! – DuriO and A/K/A SOUNDS spinning a range of beats including Kuduro, Latin Pop and Tribal in between their signature mix of Hip Hop and RnB. Don’t have a costume? Make-up stations will open from 7pm onwards to give you the coolest skull face.
When: Saturday, 29 October 2016, 6pm till late
CÉ LA VI x Cirque Le Soir Halloween Party
Let CÉ LA VI and London-based boutique club Cirque Le Soir tantalise you with a dark and fascinating world high above the clouds, featuring fantastical wild theatrics and dastardly tricks by world-class magicians, freaky clowns, exotic dancers, gravity-defying acrobats, and daredevil sword swallowers. Along with heart-pumping music by CÉ LA VI resident DJs, we expect this to be an enchanting romp of all things warped and fabulous like no other.
When: Saturday, 29 October 2016, 9pm to 5am
Admission: $68 (includes one premium pour)