With Halloween fast approaching Londoners are looking to get their spook on and with a wide selection of different parties and events happening on Halloween weekend, the capital is quite simply spoilt for choice. So hang with us as we explore the best halloween parties in London 2021
The Wimbledon Psycho Soireè – Taking place at The Dog and Fox on the 30th of October in the prestigious Wimbledon Village. Lady Wimbledon is back with an epic halloween party after a two year hiatus. Indulge in spine-chilling entertainment with plenty of thrills, it’s set to be an epic fright night! With a line up of DJ’s playing a deep and dirty set in the Haunted House room, and prizes to be won for best dressed guests, we predict a totally terrifying Wimbledon invasion!
The Halloween ball – On the 31st of October Brixton electric will be hosting the Halloween ball dubbed “London’s biggest Halloween party” the venue boasts two floors with a 1800 capacity and will be showcasing a variety of different performances including a “murder mystery photobooth” and a catalogue of different DJs and hosts.
UK Garage halloween boat party – Presented by Lisa Maffia and Romeo from So Solid crew the UK Garage halloween boat party is bound to be one of London’s hottest events. With the boat trip starting at Festival pier located on the Thames this party in the heart of London has an impressive line up of acts including DJ Luck MC Neat and Dan Jolly. The event is taking place on the 30th of October and tickets are available now. This one promises to be an event not to be missed.
Project Halloween 2021 – We couldn’t make a list without including Project halloween at the world famous Ministry of sound situated in Elephant and castle, South London on the 28th of October. Limited information has been released about the event at this current time however with the Ministry of sound’s longstanding reputation for being a hub for an exciting nightlife for Londoners for decades we can vouch that Project Halloween will be an event to keep an eye out for
Festival of the dead – Running since 2015 and hosting over 15,000 people Festival of the dead is back. With the a dark mix of underground and offbeat music this party is perfect for people looking to embrace some true halloween spirit. With acrobats, skull processions and other halloween based entertainment. Festival of the dead is definitely a London Halloween hotspot this year.