Halloween is fast approaching! There’s lots going on in Liverpool across the weekend leading up to Halloween and tickets are selling out fast. Here we’ve rounded up a variety of events you need to book tickets for now:

Friday 27th October

If EDM is your thing head to Antithesis Halloween hosted by Abandon Silence at Invisible Wind Factory from 10pm until 4am. This event encourages fancy dress and includes performances by Palms Trax, Young Marco and more surprise acts. Tickets start at £10 and can be found here: https://www.residentadvisor.net/events/1011254

Following a successful summer in Liverpool, mUmU returns with a Halloween Party at the Great Baltic Warehouse from 9pm until 5am. Enzo Siragusa headlines the event with Archie Hamilton co-headlining, while support is provided by mUmU’s original resident Lee Rands. Early bird tickets begin at £13.50 and can be found here: https://www.residentadvisor.net/events/974778

For one night only Cirque Du Soul will be returning to Liverpool with their Halloween Special at New Bird Street Warehouse from 10pm until 4am. Cirque are renowned for their high levels of production and extravagant décor and this event is no exception. The ‘Halloween Special’ promises to be a night of madness and mayhem with circus performers, face painting, confetti and immersive theatre. The final release of tickets can be purchased here: https://www.residentadvisor.net/events/1005472

Saturday 28th October

Rebel Soul presents The Voodoo Ball 2017 – Acts of Vengeance at The Invisible Wind Factory. Prior to the main event, the annual carnival of noise Wake the Dead Halloween Parade shall commence on Bold Street and run through the city centre. This spectacle led by drum troupe Katumba is free to the public. As for the Voodoo Ball, African and Latin music can be expected along with fire, martial arts and theatre. The final tier of tickets (£15) can be found here: https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Liverpool/Invisible-Wind-Factory/The-Voodoo-Ball-2017—This-Halloween/13004476/

Sunday 29th October

If you’re looking for a spooky event that doesn’t require being out until the early hours of the morning or purchasing tickets, the Halloween Lantern Carnival is for you. The Lantern Company returns with their legendary parade through the city starting from Pilgrim Street at 6pm moving through town towards the Albert Dock. This event promises an unmissable evening with giant illuminated beasts, skeletons and dancing ghosts, along with deathly street bands.

Running from 29th October – 3rd November, Camp and Furnace present Wonderland, an interactive event based on a string of fictional murders inspired by Lewis Caroll’s Alice in Wonderland. Venture inside Wonderland and piece together the clues in order to save the Mad Hatter’s latest victim and be in with the chance of winning £250. Unlike anything else on offer this Halloween, this event is sure to be entertaining, but it’s not for the faint-hearted. Watch the trailer here: https://vimeo.com/232072899 and purchase tickets here: https://www.skiddle.com/groups/dbyinteractivetheatrecompany/events.html

Tuesday 31st October

On Halloween itself, Buyers Club are hosting their Born Slippy 90s Halloween Special from 11pm until 4am. Tickets are available online, however there is an opportunity to win free tickets to the event if you post your name on their Facebook event wall: https://www.facebook.com/events/363135830766738/

Calling any movie buffs! For one night only, Dovedale Towers is transforming their event space into The Overlook Hotel for their Halloween Big Scream Special: a screening of ‘The Shining. On Penny Lane, this event is a short distance from those who live on Smithdown. You could even get down early to take advantage of the offer of any Dovey Burger, side and beer all for £10 before the film starts at 8pm. Plus there’s free popcorn and pick’n’mix so really it’s a no-brainer. Call here for tickets: 0151 733 2611

Another option set to be a big hit is LOST Halloween: Haunted Circus hosted at Camp and Furnace from 10pm until 4am. With immersive theatre, circus performers and face painters make sure you dress ‘the freakier the better’. The Facebook event is proving popular so try your best to get your hands on tickets to what is set to be the Halloween event of the year: https://www.fatsoma.com/lost-liverpool/wfj9a237/lost-halloween-haunted-circus-camp-furnace-tue-31st-oct

Guaranteed to be a weekend full of fun and frights, there is without doubt something for everyone this Halloween in Liverpool.