Spooky season is officially upon us, which means Halloween is a few short weeks away. Although the temperature may not dip here in South Florida. We rounded up a list of 6 Halloween festivities for families and adults alike to get into the Halloween spirit and celebrate this season in style.
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Oct. 27, 9PM
Sometimes the scariest thing you can do is sing in front of people. Bringing the fright to Brickell is DOM's scare-aoke, a Halloween-themed version of its popular Karaoke Night. Get ready to sing your favorite song, and wear a costume if you feel like it, as three people wearing creative and clever costumes will be awarded gift cards to DOM'S and sister restaurant DC PIE co. Guests can also enjoy specialty cocktail, eye-see-you complete with Ketel One, lychee puree, lemon juice, simple syrup and a lo-fi amaro float with a blueberry-filled lychee "eyeball."
The Monster Mash Bash
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Oct. 28, 2PM-3AM
With a Halloween-packed roster, The Wharf is kicking off Halloween weekend with a proper monster mash bash. Featuring live activations, spooky cocktails and more, guests should dress to impress in their best costume and be prepared for a spooky good time! Complete with drink specials, including the Wharf Lager, mules, mojitos and margaritas. Accessible to the public, food and drinks are available on site.
BODEGA DE LOS MUERTOS
Oct. 28 and 29
Get ready to celebrate the Halloween season at the Bodega Taqueria y Tequila disco-themed Dia De Los Muerto party. Held at four of the restaurant's locations, guests are in for a spooky good time, complete with DJ performances, specialty cocktails and more. The time and ticket price varies per location so make sure to check the website for more information.
CHICA Night Dia de Los Muertos
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Oct. 29, 10PM-1AM
CHICA Nights is all about the fun, delivered uniquely and playfully. But in celebration of Halloween, this Miami culinary experience is bringing South Florida the ultimate CHICA Nights celebration. With live music, performances, vibrant flavors and killer drinks Dia de Los Muertos, honoring the day of the dead, is the place to be. Tables are limited to reservations only, available here.
Museum of Illusions
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Celebrate the Halloween season in the famed Lincoln Road District. For those looking for an extra scary fright, make your way to the Museum of Illusions for the Museum of Horror II with monsters and ghosts haunting every corner. Tickets are required, and guests are encouraged to prepare themselves for this haunting experience.
Stranger Things: The Store
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Oct. 26- January 2023
Fans of the hit Netflix show are in for a treat as they get ready for this immersive experience dives into the realm of supernatural Upside Down mystery, complete with 80s nostalgia in a one-of-a-kind experience. Located at Aventura Mall, the pop-up store will include interactive photo moments, Stranger Things-themed costumes and a palace of arcade games. Guests may even get close to a Demogorgon. Open to the public, guests can reserve their spot in line ahead of time here.
Spooky Science Monster Mash
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Oct. 29, 11AM-4PM
Get the family together for this family-friendly, spine-tingling science adventure at the Frost Science Museum. Guests can spend the day participating in hands-on science experiments ranging from eye-catching creations to chemistry concoctions. Ticket admission is required.
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Oct. 28-29, 9PM-1AM
Get ready to keep the party going for BleauLive's second annual Halloween Weekend, presented by LIV Golf. In partnership with VIP Nightlife, UnKommon Events and Capture Studios, LIV Gold brings unmatched events and parties all weekend long to Fontainebleau Miami Beach. With live performances from Snoop Dogg and Travis Scott on Oct 29, this Halloween weekend will be one for the book. Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets ahead of time.
Esmé Miami Beach's 1920s Masquerade Halloween Party
Oct. 29-30 at 9PM-1:30AM
Let your inhibitions run wild at Esmé Miami Beach hotel's Halloween party. Mischief prevails at the hotel's inaugural 1920s masquerade party. The property, which once served as a 1920s bohemian colony, will feature entertainment straight out of Gatsby's parties, including women in champagne skirts, servers toting cigar trays, and real mermaids in the pool. There will be live entertainment, specialty cocktails and light bites. Tickets can be purchased here.
Photography by: Photo Courtesy: Vino Li