Halloween crept up on us faster than you can say boo.

Seriously, where did the time go? (Speaking of which, time is going back on Halloween too – don’t forget to put your clocks back.)

We don’t know about you, but some of us haven’t even looked for a costume yet, let alone secured a ghostly party or event to go to. But worry not, we did our research and hopefully we can lend a helping hand with your Halloween plans.

From underground parties to zombie walks, we’ve got you covered with these 11 epic things to do in Montreal for Halloween.

Prom Night at Flyjin
A creepy prom? Yes please. On October 30th Dulcedo Models and Veueve Clicquot are bringing you what might be the scariest (but best looking) haunted prom night you’ll ever experience. Dinner kicks off at 7pm and the party will really get going at 10pm. Hopefully Carrie wont be stopping by.
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Get ready for a unique and memorable experience, with your family, friends, or colleagues as you explore Old Montréal in a special way, meeting the spirits and ghosts that haunt its streets.

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Malefycia at Peel Basin
A gory house of horrors awaits in the middle of Peel Basin between Old Montreal and Griffintown. This place is super scary and kids under 16 are not permitted. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

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The Warriors Halloween Party at Artgang
If you’ve never watched this magnificent piece of movie making, then make sure to educate yourself before going to this party. Think amazing local DJs, sick costumes inspired by “The Warriors”, and a truly groovy crowd hosted by party rocker DL Jones.

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Rocky Horror Picture Show Ball
The largest Rocky Horror Picture Show in North America takes places starting today until the 31st. See Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, and Meat Loaf on the big screen while a large cast performs live on stage with wild audience participation. Bring toilet paper and other accessories you can toss around…they encourage it.

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Yelloween at Auberge Saint Gabriel
For the fourth consecutive year in partnership with Veuve Clicquot, the Auberge St-Gabriel organizes an evening full of fright and surprises. On October 31st, the festivities kick off at 7pm when Count Dracula will be waiting for you to enjoy a special Halloween menu in the big Manor. Then at 10pm, the real fright night will begin…

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Saintwoods Haunted House Party at Apt200
One of the most well-decorated Halloween parties around town, the Saintwoods Haunted House will surely impress even the pickiest partygoer. With Ryan Playground and Rue de Bois on the decks, expect high energy, a fun crowd, and some seriously hipster costumes lurking around.

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Down the Rabbit Hole at Soubouis
An Alice in Wonderland themed party taking place at the city’s newest hotspot in downtown Montreal. The tea party, including a cocktail dinatoire and open bar, starts at 8:30pm, while DJ Thomas H will take you into the magic of the night as of 11 pm.

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Silent Disco Squad
Start off your Halloween night by dancing in the streets of Montreal with the mobile silent disco party. Using your own music device and headphones, all participants listen to the same music at the same time, spreading joy and mayhem as they dance through public space. So bring friends, bring your costumes, and come get your funk on Saturday the 31st of October at 5 pm, right in front of Mt-royal Metro station.
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KARNAVALE at New City Gas
If you want to feel like celebrating Vegas style, New City Gas is your spot. Over three days, Karnavale will take over the huge space bringing in some of the hottest DJs in the world. Bottles, dance music, and thousands of people – bring on the circus.

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Patricia Brochu Photographe

 

Montreal Zombie Walk
If being part of the Walking Dead is on your bucket list, you might want to consider joining the zombie walk. Hundreds of participants will walk dressed as zombies around downtown Montreal and it’s quite a sight to see. If you don’t have a special effects makeup guru, you can get zombified at Place des Festivals from noon until 3pm for $15.

Montreal Zombie Walk

Montreal Zombie Walk

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