Thursday, October 20, 2016

24 Halloween parties that you won't want to miss

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Oct. 29

Haunted High Tea

@ The Whitney

The Whitney’s annual Halloween Celebration may already be sold out, but their Haunted High Tea is not. This is a treat that you can bring the kiddos along for (adult tickets are $50, and children 10 and under are $30). The Whitney’s special guest, Dracula, will be in attendance, and guests will receive a special “spooky gift.”

4421 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-832-5700, thewhitney.com


Oct. 29

Monster’s Ball

@ The Fillmore

Monster’s Ball is back at the Fillmore once more with stilt-walkers, illusionists, acrobats, and more. Local DJs like Al Neon and Tommy Holiday keep the party going with sick tunes until 2 a.m. Also, if you’re a student at Wayne State, bring your student idea and you can take a free shuttle from the Dunkin Donuts on campus.

2115 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-961-5451; thefillmoredetroit.com

Oct. 29

Nightmare on Woodward: Returns…

@ Bleu

In the words of Destiny’s Child, “The club is jumpin’ jumpin’.” This is exactly why you need to be at Bleu on Oct. 29. In addition to the many DJs who will be spinning until 4 a.m., there will be live performances by LuveLovesYou and the Native. To add to the fun, there will be a costume contest. Don’t forget Bleu’s dress code, though — you’ve got to look your best to get in. General admission is $10.

1540 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-974-7799; bleudetroit.com


Oct. 29

Blood on the Mitten Book Tour

@ The Next Chapter Bookstore & Bistro

Author of Blood on the Mitten: Infamous Michigan Murders 1700-Present, Tom Carr, will be in Northville to promote it. The book focuses on more than 50 murders ranging from crimes of passion to calculated horrors. Carr, an award-winning journalist, not only takes readers right into the heart of these chilling tales, but also lets readers in on what happened to the community after. At the Next Chapter Bookstore & Bistro, readers will have the chance to hear Carr speak about the book and get some more insight.

141 E. Main St., Northville; 

248-465-0010; readnextchapterbooks.com


Oct. 29

The Haunted Kingdom Halloween Party

@ Michigan Motion Pictures Studio

The Haunted Kingdom is trying again to break the Guinness World Record for largest Halloween gathering, and it definitely is bringing its A-game this year. The event, which describes its attendees as “Detroit’s sexiest ghouls and goblins,” will certainly be something to see. Also, there will be a slew of performers and shows, as well as costume contests to participate in. Tickets are currently $20.

8 p.m.; 1999 Centerpoint Pkwy., Pontiac; 248-671-3486; hauntedkingdom.com


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