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Halloween weekend at The Waldorf

Photo courtesy of The Waldorf Hotel Facebook page

Halloween's sneaking up on us like a sleuthy black cat. Spend the spookiest day of the year at The Waldorf Hotel's Halloween Land.

The Waldorf will unleash terrifying attractions, hellish strolls, erotic thrills, cash prizes and "best party DJs in the entire world," on Friday, October 26, and Saturday, October 27.

Check it out, if you dare:

Friday, October 26


Paul Wooldford
From The UK and with Max Ulis

The Wild Child
Rock 'n' Roll in the TIki Bar with Mandy-Lyn

Day Of The Dead Tropidelica
A Tequila Drenched Latin Explosion

Nineties Night
Hits and Misses with Patrick Campbell and This Charmless Man

Saturday, October 27

East Van Soul Club
Dance All Night with DJ Jonny Was and Slim Roy

Cherchez La Femme
Hip Hop Favourites and Party Anthems

Endless Summer
Soul, Surf, and Rock in The Tiki Bar

The Cyclist With Matty C And Pat Lok
House and Techno in the Hideway

Doors open at 9 p.m.
Open until 3 a.m.


Advance tickets are $20, $25, $35
Purchase advance tickets online here.

Tickets are available in stores at Beatstreet, Highlife, Red Cat and Zulu now.
Tickets are available from the Front Desk at the Waldorf starting Tuesday, October 11, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.


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