Top 5 Halloween Party Events in Mississauga
If you're big into Halloween, you've probably been excited about this weekend all month and, fortunately for you, your patience will be rewarded if you plan on partying in Mississauga.
This weekend, put on your coolest/sexiest/most creative costume and check out a traditional Halloween club night, a themed bash or a decidedly sophisticated musical party. Although you might not always think of Mississauga when you think of nightlife, some of the city's hottest bars and restaurants have a few Halloween-themed events on tap for the weekend that are more than worth checking out.
5) Halloween Bash at Central Nightclub
If you want to show your costume off in a more traditional club setting, Central Nightclub—which recently took over the old My Apartment location after that long-standing hot spot shuttered its doors for good—is probably perfect for you. The brand new top 40-focused nightlife spot is asking partiers to "come for the boooos, stay for the witches" on Saturday, Oct. 28. The Halloween Bash will feature DJ Danny D.
Tickets to the event are $20 and can be purchased at the door. That said, organizers are asking revelers to get on the guest list in advance. So if you want to party at Central, click here.
If you don't want to stray far from Port Credit to party, this bash might be right up your alley. The brand new Port House Social Bar and Kitchen, which recently took over the space once occupied by Ten, is hosting a Halloween bash on Friday, Oct. 27 and Saturday, Oct. 28. The event will feature a live DJ and a prize for the best costume. So if you want to dance and show off your Daenerys Targaryen costume, this place might be worth checking out.
On Sunday, Oct. 29, you can do Halloween a little different by checking out this fun and sophisticated fundraising musical event at the Living Arts Centre at 4:30 p.m. Although it's not explicitly Halloween-focused, it's most certainly a themed event! The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra (MSO) is inviting Bond and music lovers to "a thrilling night of music, dining and gaming to raise funds for the orchestra, Bond style." Attendees can visit food stations and enjoy a “fun casino” to win funny money and real world prizes supplied by Holt Renfrew, Maison Simons, Armand Jewellers, Toureto Travel Agency, Erin Mills Town Centre, Novotel, Sobeys and more .
To complete the evening, the MSO will perform Shaken, Not Stirred - The Music of James Bond. Attendees are encouraged to dress as their favourite Bond characters.
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by phone at 905-306-6000 or online. Complimentary underground parking is included.
On Saturday, Oct. 28, you can celebrate Halloween in a more unique way by checking out Rama’s Halloween edition Monte Carlo Night with a live DJ. Another casino-themed event, this nighttime party (the festivities kick off at 8:00 p.m.) will feature food, a Monte Carlo them and a DJ until midnight. Remember to wear a costume, as there will be prizes for the best get ups.
1) &Company Resto Bar: A Nightmare on Enfield, Coulrophobia and Latin Tuesdays La Noche Del Diablo
If you want to party on Friday, Saturday and Halloween night (Oct. 31) in City Centre, &Co has got you covered. On Friday, Oct. 27 you can check out a Nightmare on Enfield by Brand'd Fridays. The night will feature music by Jason Chuck, Danny Digital, Knaux and more. Limited tickets are on sale now and bottle service packages are available. Note that the event is 21+ and that the first 100 ticket holders get the $10 early bird special. Costumes are encouraged.
If you can't party on Friday (or want to get down two nights in a row), you can check out &Co's Coulrophobia on Saturday, Oct. 28. This dinner and dancing event is also 21+ and Anthem Kingz will provide the music in the main room. Cover is $20 and costumes are encouraged.
On Tuesday, Oct 31, you can hit up &Co. For its La Noche Del Diablo event. This $20 party will feature music by DJ Geo, DJ 507, DJ Stackz and MC Sketch in the main room. There will be a whopping $500 prize for best costume. This is also a 21+ event.
Bonus: Camp Celebration Scare
Are you looking to enjoy some spooky family fun on Halloween weekend with your family? If so, you're in luck -- Celebration Square is hosting its annual Halloween party on Saturday, Oct 28. This year's Camp Celebration Scare event will see the Square transformed into a forest "filled with adventure." Some entertainment to look forward to includes shows by the Great Canadian Lumberjacks (12:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.), a Lost Woods Maze, spooky stories told around a campfire, trick or treating in the Square, a trick or treat trail, face painting and more.
The event will run from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.