Halloween Parties

Halloween Parties

If you love dressing up for Halloween and are looking for somewhere to show off your costume, there are tons of fabulous adult Halloween parties happening in the Phoenix and Scottsdale area! Check them out…

W Scottsdale

W Scottsdale will host it’s annual Halloween party on Saturday, October 28th starting at 9pm. This year’s theme is The Mummy Halloween, with the hotel’s rooftop WET Deck transforming into an electric tomb of terror. Guests will be transported to a haunted night in ancient Egypt as lavish décor, hieroglyphics, and mummies rule the night. A giant pyramid will sit atop the WET Deck to create an authentic Egyptian atmosphere along with horror-centric visuals to further bring the theme to life. Guests will be tended by servers dressed as mummies as they enjoy sounds from a live DJ on the WET Deck. Adding intrigue to the revelry, the evening will also include performances by extreme fire dancers, acrobatic belly dancers, and snake charmers. General admission tickets to this event are $40. They are also offering special room packages that include two tickets per room to the Halloween party, two drink tickets and a 2 p.m. late checkout on Sunday. To book, call 877.822.0000 and ask for rate plan LYPKG1 or visit wscottsdalehotel.com/Halloween. To purchase tickets visit wscottsdaletickets.com.

LUSTRE Rooftop Bar

This Halloween, reality will be flipped upside down with LUSTRE Rooftop Bar at Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix hosting the “Stranger Things Halloween on the Rooftop” party on Saturday, October 28th and Tuesday, October 31st starting at 8pm. Monsters and those from an alternate universe will rejoice as LUSTRE transforms to a scene from the 80s with a “Stranger” costume contest with prizes, ghoulish libations and a photo booth. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Valley of the Sun Active 20-30 Club. Admission is free.

Mill Avenue

On Saturday, October 28, El Hefe Tempe and Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row Tempe are teaming up to host one mad Halloween party called “Nightmare on 6th Street.” One cover gets you into both popular bars on Mill. The event will feature some of the best DJs in town – DJs Cutswell, Soloman, Ekoh, and AJ Slim along with drink specials, costumes and of course, Halloween décor. Admission will start at $10.

The Saguaro

The Haunted Hotel Ball returns to The Saguaro Hotel in Old Town Scottsdale October 27 – 28. Come in your over-the-top costumes and dance at 104.7 KISS FM’s official Halloween bash featuring world-renowned EDM DJ and two-time Grammy nominated producer, Dirty South. The 3-party, 2-day fantasyland features multiple themed event spaces, interactive performers, a $2,500 costume contest and pool party with yoga. Book a room at The Saguaro Scottsdale and escape life for a weekend while enjoying drinking, dancing and debauchery with up to 5,000 partygoers. Single party ticket pricing varies, 3-party VIP passes start at $89. Get tickets, hotel reservations and more information at www.hauntedhotelball.com.

The Park

The Park, an indoor beer garden, restaurant and entertainment hub in Downtown Phoenix, is hosting an epic Halloween Party on Saturday, October 28, starting at 9pm. Guests should arrive in their best costumes for a costume contest with $1,000 in cash and prizes. Enjoy $5 Bloody Marys and Fatal Fireball Cocktails and $5 Cheese “fingers” served with “bloody” marinara. Admission is free.

Westgate

On Saturday, October 28th, Westgate will host Crawloween, a Halloween-themed bar crawl, complete with costume contests and spooky shenanigans. Ghouls and goblins alike can satisfy their cravings with delicious bites, sweet treats and refreshing beers and cocktails at 9 different Westgate bars hosting freaky fun parties including Tavern+Bowl, Bar Louie, Kabuki Japanese Restaurant, Calico Jack’s Mexican Cantina, Saddle Ranch Chop House, McFadden’s Restaurant & Saloon, Hell’s Half Acre, Whiskey Rose Bar & Grill and Salt Tacos y Tequila. Admission is free. See what each bar is offering at www.westgateaz.com/crawl.

The Plaza Bar

The “Nightmare on Princess Drive” returns to The Plaza Bar at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess on Saturday, October 28, 2017 9pm-2am. This year’s spooky theme is “CarnEVIL,” where party-goers enter if they dare into a vintage, turn-of-the-century carnival gone wrong. DJ Pulse will mix the best lounge and dance music, setting the stage for fun house mirrors, stilt walkers, carnival barkers, fire breathers, contortionists and a Halloween costume contest at midnight with prizes. Harlequin clowns and sideshow servers stir up cotton candy, popcorn and enticing cocktail concoctions. Admission to the party is complimentary and reserved VIP tables with bottle service are available by calling 480.585.2694. Self-parking is $5 and valet is $10. For those who want to take the elevator home, the resort is offering a special room rate on October 28 starting from $109 plus tax and resort fees. For more information or room reservations, call 480.585.4848 or visit www.scottsdaleprincess.com.

Talking Stick Resort

Raven Events is hosting their annual night of frightful fun in the Showroom at Talking Stick Resort on Saturday, October 28, 2017 starting at 8pm. Throughout the night guests will enjoy top notch entertainment performed by the talented band, SUPERHERO complemented by spin-master, DJ KILO. In addition to a fun-filled costume contest, they’ll be offering spooky themed cocktails specials and discounted hotel rooms. The large dance floor will be a dream come true for the avid dancers in the house. General admission tickets are $25/person. For general admission tickets or private tables/booths in the exclusive VIP area, call 480.850.7734.

Padre Murphy’s

On Saturday, October 28, 2017 at 8pm, Padre Murphy’s in Glendale will be hosting a Halloween Costume Party featuring Halloween jello shots and drinks specials, Halloween games with giveaways every half hour, music and entertainment provided by DJ Patrick and Name That Tune AZ and a contest for best costume held at 9:30pm. Prizes for best costume include two center court tickets to an upcoming Phoenix Suns game, a trail or jeep ride for 2 at Canyon Creek Ranch and a $50 gift certificate to Gaston Jewelry Store. Admission is free.

Scottsdale Entertainment District

If you are looking for something sexy and spooky to do this Halloween, who ya gonna call? Ghostball. The streets of downtown Scottsdale come alive with both the walking dead and robots at the 17th Annual Ghostball Party. Taking place Saturday, October 28 (8 pm – 2 am), Valley VIPs and celebrities join an expected 5,000 guests partying at Scottsdale’s hottest spots including Hi Fi Kitchen & Cocktails, Bottled Blonde, Bevvy and The Mint for a night of people-watching and celebration. Plus, there will be costume contests throughout the evening with a chance to win $2,000 in cash and prizes awarded for Best Overall Costume (Bottled Blonde), Best Group Costume (Bevvy), and Sexiest Costume (HiFi Kitchen & Cocktails). Tickets to the Ghostball 2017 start at $10 for the Bevvy and $25 for HiFi, Bottled Blonde, and The Mint, plus a Ghostball 4 Venue pass can be purchased for Bottled Blonde, Hi Fi Bevvy and the Mint for $40. Purchase tickets at www.eegtickets.com.

Kelly’s at Southbridge

Kelly’s at Southbridge is hosting a weekend filled with fun, great drinks, delicious food and great music. The party will begin each night at 8pm through 2am. There will be a DJ, photo booth and costume contest. Costumes are highly encouraged. Friday, October 27th is a Cops and Robbers theme and Saturday, October 28th is a Totally 80’s Thriller. Admission is free.

Sonata’s

Sonata’s Restaurant in Scottsdale is hosting a Halloween Party on Saturday, October 28 at 8pm. There will be a fire-breathing dragon fight, fog, DJ, costume contest and prizes. Tickets are $15 for general admission, $35 for VIP entry. Call to get your tickets: 480.477.1390.

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