It’s time to raise hell. Halloween doesn’t always have to be about the tricks, sometimes you can treat yourself. But if you’re going to do so, you better make sure it’s a frightfully good time. So why not head to one of London’s most gorgeous and celebrated venues to party through the night with your fellow ghosts and ghouls.
Sky Garden is taking Halloween up a notch (or, up 35 floors, rather) with a blowout night of live music, late-night dancing, and deadly cocktails. From 8 PM into the night, Sky Garden is hosting the Halloween party with arguably the best view in all of London. And since Halloween falls on a Tuesday this year, they’ll be starting early by throwing their Halloween party on Friday, October 27. And, yes, obviously, dressing up is encouraged. It is Halloween after all! Do be mindful of your costume, however, as Sky Garden’s natural ventilation means the temperature inside will be similar to the outside temperature. A cold night, perhaps, but you’re sure to warm up after a few drinks!
At the Sky Garden Halloween Party
Upon arrival you’ll be greeted with a free cocktail, unless you upgraded to a glass of Moët & Chandon Brut Champagne (that’s right, treat yourself), to get you ready for a ghoulish night to remember. A live band from the legendary ALR Music will keep the tunes blasting, and party-goers on their feet, throughout the spooktacular soirée. As the night gets darker, the paranormal party keeps on pumping as the Sky Garden late-night DJ takes over.
Looking to celebrate with your mates and want to splash out for the full-on experience? Of course you do! Be sure to book a VIP table for six of you, where you’ll get 2 bottles of Moët & Chandon Champagne, two sharing platters, and waiter service until midnight. A scarily good idea, if you ask me!
You can also place down your masks for a second and tuck into the grub at the Darwin Brasserie, where you can book a divine three-course meal while gaining access to the Halloween party.
Find out more about the event, or grab your tickets, by heading to the Sky Garden website.