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4 days of Halloween in New York
Friday, October 28, 2011, 9PM-3AM
Nightmare Between 17th and 18th Streets
Union Bar, 204 Park Ave. S., between 17th and 18th
After years of successful event planning, David Shapiro, who owns the leading social networking company in New York City, hosts his annual Halloween bash again this year. Union bar will be closed to the public as 300 plus party-goers come together for a night of scary fun. Guests are encouraged to get as creative as they can with their costumes, as the best will win prizes. The event is co-sponsored with Party With Shari and will include a DJ, Dancing, and 2-for1 drinks from 9PM-11PM.
Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Click here to purchase.
NYC's Official Halloween Bar Crawl
Begins at McFadden's Saloon, 800 Second Ave. at 42nd St.
Get ready for some hardcore day drinking. Hop from bar to bar in full costume and dance like crazy in front of those sober folks who've decided to wait until the sun goes down to begin getting inebriated. Tickets include a wristband, cup, and drink specials at each bar.
Tickets are $10. Click here to purchase.
Sunday, October 30, 2011, 10:30PM-4AM
5th Annual Halloween Masquerade Midnight Cruise
Ship leaves from Pier 10, Emmons Ave. at E. 21st
Rest up during the day, because on Sunday night you better be ready to dance all night aboard the Amberjack V Yacht. On the fully-heated charter boat guests will party to music by MGM Squad, Supa Don, Mr. Goggles, and Supa Sound while pigging out on a complimentary buffet. Just make sure you don't eat so much that your costume doesn't fit. Dressing up is mandatory, and prizes will be awarded to the best get-ups.
Tickets are $40. Click here to purchase.
Monday, October 31, 2011, 9PM-4AM
NYC's Official 10th Annual Halloween Masquerade Ball
Capitale, 130 Bowery, at Bowery and Grand
After the Village parade, head over to Capitale for their annual masquerade bash to continue the festivities. Arrive by 9PM to enjoy a full hour of free vodka. Costume prizes, giveaways, and a variety of music from hip hop to rock to dance to 80's will be blasting all night long. This event is so huge there have even been celebrity attendees in the past years, including Heidi Klum, Jay Z., Sean Diddy Combs, and Nicki Hilton, to name a few.
General admission is $15, but there are a ton of high end package choices if you want. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.