Party pics: Hawaii Zombie Crawl 4

HThe fourth annual Hawaii Zombie Crawl brought out horrific hordes of zombies Saturday night, despite the rain. The annual pre-Halloween Chinatown bar crawl kicked off at The Fix, where some zombies got their makeup done, then headed to Mercury, J.J. Dolan’s, Eleven44, NextDoor, Downbeat Lounge, Bar 35, Manifest, Hank’s, The Dragon Upstairs and O’Toole’s, where various entertainment awaited.

Along with live music and DJs, there was a dance contest at NextDoor, a rocking set by Kings of Spade and a zombie costume contest at The Fix for the creepiest, most authentic zombie to close out the night.

One of the highlights of the night was one of Go Jimmy Go’s very last shows before band members hang up their hats. (Hawaii Zombie Crawl organizer Eric White is GJG’s saxophonist.) The last show that GJG has planned is a 20th Anniversary/Farewell show in early 2016, so keep an eye on their Facebook page.

Hawaii Zombie Crawl 4

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Hawaii Zombie Crawl 4

Party pics: Ghost Ship after-party at Eleven44

The Ghost Ship after-party raged on Friday night at Eleven44. Halloween started early this year for the Ghost Ship crew. Partygoers first pre-gamed on a cruise out of Kewalo Basin early in the evening evening. Sexy and scary costumes were encouraged. After, the crowd continued to Eleven44 to finish off the night.

The Ghost Ship Afterparty at Eleven44

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What’s happening for Halloween

Friday, Oct. 24


Friday, Oct. 24, 7-10 p.m.
Hawaiian Railway Society,  91-1001 Renton Road, Ewa Beach
$5 per person, 3 years & older
Reservations required: Call 808-681-5461
More information at:

All aboard the spooky train for a night train ride with ghost tales, haunting sights and more. Each ride is approximately 20 minutes long. On-site parking and food are available at this all-ages event.


wunderlandGIFT Foundation Presents Wunderland

Friday, Oct. 24, 8 p.m.-2 a.m.
The Republik, 1349 Kapiolani Blvd.
Sponsor tables are available for purchase at:

Wicked dream or wondrous nightmare? Prepare to fall down the rabbit hole into a fool’s paradise of twisted cartoon madness. Dubious Disney, freaky fairies and crazy comic book characters frolic in a naughty neverland of nonsense. GIFT Foundation presents Wunderland, a pre-Halloween costume party that encourages young adults to participate in philanthropy. This year, the GIFT Foundation has selected KUPU Hawaii, Kids Hurt Too Hawaii and Zoo To You to be the beneficiaries of funds raised through this event.


wickedWicked at Longhi’s

Friday, Oct. 24, 9:30 p.m.-2 a.m.
Longhi’s, Ala Moana Center
21+, Ladies early bird VIP: Free, Men’s early bird VIP: $10
More information & tickets at:

Funinthe808 throws a sexy, upscale “boos, booze & boobs” costume party at Longhi’s in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All girls get in free… even guys who dress like girls. Dj Da Lion of Judah providing the music, with a costume contest later in the night.


Saturday, Oct. 25

MidWeekAD_9.17.14-540x563Pumpkin Carving Festival

Saturday, Oct. 25, 10 a.m.
Windward Mall, 46-056 Kamehameha Highway
Tickets and more information at:

Windward Mall is celebrating Halloween in festive style with a fun-filled day of entertainment, activities, and of course, amazing Pumpkin Carving! Bring the family down to watch a local artist carve a 600 pound organic, locally-grown Big Island pumpkin! Plus, carve your own masterpiece by purchasing a family package ($35 package includes pumpkin, carving kit, gloves, stencils). Proceeds will benefit two charities this year; Keiki O Ka ‘A¯ ina Family Learning Centers and Ka-nehu-na-moku Voyaging Academy.


club hallowbalooHallowballoo

Saturday, Oct. 25, 5:30-10 p.m.
Chinatown Arts District
Free, all-ages street festival; $10-$20 tiered presale tickets for club crawl after-party
Tickets and more information at:

Get your costumes ready, Hawaii! Hallowbaloo, one of Hawaii’s largest free community celebrations of music, dance and performance art, is back with a huge street festival the weekend before Halloween. The festival features a star-studded lineup of nationally acclaimed musicians alongside homegrown Hawaii talent. The event starts with the inaugural Hallowbaloo “Marathon,” a fun run that entails four laps (one mile) around one block within the festival. You also have the option of completing the long course – eight laps around the block (two miles). The festivities continue late into the night with curated special events at many of Chinatown’s bars and restaurants, with Club Hallowbaloo offering entry into nine venues with the purchase of a wristband (must be 21 years and over): Fresh Cafe, Eleven44, NextDoor, Bar 35, Ong King Arts Center, Downbeat Lounge, Manifest, Soul de Cuba and The ARTS at Marks Garage.


HallowbalooHallowballoo ‘Marathon’

Saturday, Oct. 25, 5:30 p.m.
Chinatown Arts District
$26 (includes Club Hallowbaloo wristband for 21+)
Tickets and more information at:

Calling all Halloween fanatics, arts lovers and semi-fitness enthusiasts! Don your costumes, grab your friends and join us for the 1st Annual Hallowbaloo ‘Marathon’ – A Run for the Arts. The Hallowbaloo ‘Marathon’ is a fun run (not an actual marathon) that will take place at the beginning of this year’s Hallowbaloo festival – an event that draws 10,000+ costumed masqueraders to Honolulu’s Chinatown Arts District each year. We are thrilled to add this fun event to Hallowbaloo and help arts organizations share their stories and raise valuable funds!

The Hallowbaloo ‘Marathon’ race course is one-block long – all within festival grounds. To call yourself a Hallowbaloo ‘Marathon’ FINISHER, you must complete at least four laps around the block (1.0 mile). You also have the option of completing the LONG course – eight laps around the block (2.0 miles).



Zombie Haus

Saturday, Oct. 25, 8 p.m.
The Fix, 80 South Pauahi St.
More information and tickets at:

Infected Mushroom, Seven Lions, Must Die! and Kap Slap headline the fifth annual Haunted Wonderland, the biggest EDM event to hit Honolulu each Halloween season. Costumes welcome.



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Haunted Wonderland

Saturday, Oct. 25, 9 p.m.-3 a.m.
The Groove Kaka’ako, 805 Ala Moana Blvd
18+, with a 21+ beer garden, $45-$75 tiered presale
More information and tickets at:

Infected Mushroom, Seven Lions, Must Die! and Kap Slap headline the fifth annual Haunted Wonderland, the biggest EDM event to hit Honolulu each Halloween season. Costumes welcome.




Saturday, Oct. 25, doors open 6 p.m.; show at 9 p.m.
The Republik, 1349 Kapiolani Blvd.
18+, $15-$25 tiered presale
More information and tickets at:

Electric Palms Hawaii presents Electric Palms Halloween Party, featuring hard-hitting producer/DJ Chris White (aka Whiiite). Whiiite’s production merges the electro house and hip-hop music genres from his years on the rise as a resident of some of LA’s most influential parties.


Wednesday, Oct. 29

rockyHAPA Presents Haunted Garage + ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’

Oct. 29 through Nov. 1
The ARTS at Marks Garage, 1159 Nuuanu Ave.
Varies by event
More information and tickets at: or

The ARTS at Marks Garage has a lot going on this Halloween season, with four screenings of the raunchy cult classic, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” a Halloween Night Dance Party and a Day of The Dead Cocktail Party.

Oct. 21 through Nov. 1: A Dia de Los Muertos themed exhibition of shrines will decorate the gallery, called Shrines @ Marks. The gallery will be closed during normal business hours but will be viewable through the windows.

Wednesday, Oct. 29 – Fri, Oct. 31, 2014 RHPS movie screening only: Doors 7:30 p.m., Movie 8 p.m.; $15 presale, $20 at the door.

Friday, Oct. 31: Halloween Dance Party: 10 p.m. – 12:30 a.m.; $10 online, $15 door (Price does not include movie screening). DJs Anton Glamb and Rooks Royal performing.

Saturday, Nov. 1: Day of The Dead Cocktail Party: 8–10 p.m.; $50 online, $65 door (price includes pupu, open bar, plus one admission to the RHPS movie screening at 10:30 p.m.) Don your sugar-skull makeup for a party featuring Monkey Waterfall, El Mariachi Loco and DJ Storm Troopa, an open-bar, sugar skull crafts, Mexican Loteria (Bingo) and raffle prizes.


Thursday, Oct. 30

devils rideDevil’s Night Bike Pirate Brigade

Thursday, Oct. 30, 6-11 p.m.
Kewalo, Ala Moana and more
More information at: Facebook

A large, rambunctious gathering of skallywags on bicycles, this pirate-themed ride on the eve of Devil’s Night traditionally takes place the day before Halloween, with bikers handing out candy and gold coins to passers-by and generally having fun. Mopeds and scooters welcome. The ride kicks off at Kewalo Basin Park, near Ala Moana Beach Park, at 6:30 p.m.


Friday, Oct. 31

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Friday, Oct. 31, 4-9 p.m.
555 South St.
More information at:

This month’s Eat The Street theme is Dia De Los Muertos falling exactly on Halloween. Bring the entire family and enjoy “truck-or-treat” at your favorite food trucks.

Come dressed for one of four Halloween costume contests that will be occurring every hour for your chance to win food vouchers. The categories are best pet, cutest keiki, scariest and best Dia De Los Muertos.

Kapena will be performing live from 6:30-8:30 p.m. and there will also be a fall photo booth and pumpkin patch. Don’t miss it!


exhib_slideshow_aad_oct2014_nightmareNightmare on Beretania Street

Friday, Oct. 31, 6-9 p.m.
Honolulu Art Museum, 900 South Beretania St.
More information at:

This month’s ARTafterDARK theme is a nod to classic horror films.

Dress in your terrifying best! The thrilling night includes a haunted maze by Nightmares Live, beats by DJ Slant, makeup and face painting and a costume contest for prizes.

The food is to die for serving kabocha pumpkin ravioli, blood-soaked black cat mussels and pork n’ peas with monster mash. Not hungry? Sip on “Vlad the Impaler,” a mix of Ocean vodka with a float of a single blood-red droplet. Enjoy!


8Heroes & Villains: Halloween at the Hyatt

Friday, Oct. 31, 8 p.m.-2 a.m.,
Hyatt Waikiki, 2424 Kalakaua Ave.
21+, $10 regular, $20 VIP entry, $30 day of the event
More information at:

Presented by HPELive, Racesauce Events and Element Group, Halloween at the Hyatt has long been the party for those into dressing up. No costume is too creative, and this year, hroes and villains are invited to battle it out for the best costume, with the winner receiving $1,000 in cash. Other prizes include a roundtrip ticket to Las Vegas (room, meals and transportation) for the second place winner and $500 in cash and prizes for third place.


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Nightmare on Beretania Street

Friday, Oct. 31, 6-9 p.m.
Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S. Beretania St.
21+, $10 regular admission, free for museum members
More information and tickets at:

ARTafterDARK gives a nod to classic horror films with this monthly event, which conveniently falls smack on Halloween night. Everyone is encouraged to dress in their terrifying best.



Gotham City Masquerade Block Party

Friday, Oct. 31, 9 p.m.-4 a.m.
M Nightclub and Restaurant Row, 500 Ala Moana Blvd.
21+, $15, free admission until midnight
More information and tickets at:

Restaurant Row’s third annual Halloween block party promises to be one of the major hot spots on Halloween night, with free admission til midnight, a big costume contest with a combined total of $1,000 in cash prizes, plus the Batman theme. Limited eye masks will be provided for early guests.



Haunted Honey

Friday, Oct. 31, 10 p.m.
1215, 1215 Hopaka St.
Free, 18+
More information and tickets available at:

Racesauce presents Haunted Honey, a Halloween version of Honey with a $500 costume contest. DJ Strkly Bzness will provide the beats so if you’re 18 or over, head on over to get your fix of hip-hop, twerk house and club bangers for no cover!


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Revenge of the Synth with Psyko Punkz

Friday, Oct. 31, 8 p.m.-2 a.m.
NextDoor, 43 N. Hotel St.
18+, $20 presale
More information and tickets available at:

Diamond Collective, Nextdoor &amp and Odin Works present Revenge of the Synth, featuring headlining electronic hardstyle duo Psyko Punkz. It’s a Star Wars-themed Halloween party with two areas of music, a Star Wars costume contest and discounted entry if you come in Star Wars attire.



American Hulaween Story

Friday, Oct. 31, 8 p.m.-2 a.m.
Hula’s Bar and Lei Stand, 134 Kapahulu Ave.
More information and tickets at:

A tribute to the spooky TV series that has been the buzz this season, “American Horror Story,” this theme night at Hula’s features a costume contest with a chance to win $2,000 cash or other prizes, drinks and dancing all night. Dress up as your favorite characters from the show.


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HIFF Halloween Night Film: ‘What We Do In The Shadows’

Friday, Oct. 31, screening starts at 8 p.m.
Regal Dole Cannery Stadium & IMAX, 735 B Iwilei Road
$12 GA, $10 students, seniors and military
More information and tickets at:

If something more low-key is your style, or if you want to start the night off with a movie, check out the Hawaii premiere of New Zealand vampire mockumentary, “What We Do in the Shadows.”

The plot: Atypical bloodsuckers Viago (379 years old), Deacon (183 years old), Vladislav (862 years old), and Peter (8,000 years old) have chosen to share a flat in Wellington, New Zealand. Unfortunately for them, it’s hard to make new friends due to their constant thirst for blood. Without any mortal chums left to invite them in to all of the hip establishments around town, they’ve lost touch with the current social scene. Can these creatures of the night put aside their differences as roommates and adapt to modern society?



Hardcore Horror: Halloween Costume Concert

Friday, Oct. 31, 9 p.m.-2 a.m.
Anna O’Briens, 2440 S. Beretania St.
21+, free
More information at: Facebook

Anna O’Briens transforms into a haunted bar with a horror-themed night featuring a costume contest and live punk/hardcore music from Corrupt Absolute, Anti-Matter and The Quintessentials, each playing a Misfits song in their sets.



Thriller Halloween

Friday, Oct. 31, 10 p.m.
Hard Rock Cafe Waikiki, 280 Beach Walk
For tickets and more information visit:

Flash and Blaise present THRILLER Halloween at Hard Rock Cafe Waikiki for the largest costume contest in Honolulu. Dress up and enter for your chance to win over $3000 in cash and prizes! Rock out to special guest Red Bull DJ Graham Funke and DJ Delve and sip on $6 New Amsterdam Vodka and Kinky Cocktails and $5 Coors Light all night!



Halloween in Waikiki

Friday, Oct. 31, Kalakaua Avenue, Waikiki, all night
Bar and club cover charges vary

Thousands of people converge on Waikiki just to walk the streets in costume and partake in the festive atmosphere on Halloween night. Various bars and clubs along the strip will be throwing their own Halloween parties.


Haunted Houses

HH2014_600Dr. Carnage’s House of Horrors

7 p.m.-closing (varies between 11 p.m.-1 a.m.)
October 3, 4, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 & Nov 1
Windward Mall theater parking structure
$15 presale; $22 fastpass

The Scream Team returns to present “Dr. Carnage’s House of Horrors,” a gruesome reality of one man’s transformation from mild-mannered doctor to an obsessed nightmare creator. With never before seen special effects and props, this is their biggest and best haunted attraction leaving you screaming in fear at every turn.

For more details visit:


Haunted Plantation: Obake’s Revenge

7-11 p.m.
October 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31
Hawaii’s Plantation Village
94-695 Waipahu St.
$15 GA; $20 fastpass; $30 VIP front of line access

This year, evil resides over the Haunted Plantation plagued by stories of the Oni, a demon conjured by forbidden love, and the Doll Maker, a soul-less man creating dolls from the dried flesh of dead children.

Don’t be fooled into a false sense of security by the hordes of visitors, as this plantation is truly haunted. The attraction transforms 60 actors into the undead and unholy and is not recommended for children under 13. Even those under 16 years old need adult supervision.

The Haunted Plantation is open for 10 nights only.


10683475_10152668694629183_2839409432185705333_oHaunted Hawaii Ghost Stories

Tours: 7 p.m. & 8:30 p.m.
Oct. 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29
Hawaii’s Plantation Village
94-695 Waipahu St.
$13 general admission

During the day, Hawaii’s Plantation Village serves as an outdoor museum full of history and stories of life on the sugar plantation, but for six nights, visitors can reserve a spot to hear the dark tales of the spirits inhabiting the village. There are only two hour-long walking tours each night with 30 spots each, so be sure to get your tickets early.


Plantation Ghost Hunt

Tours:7 p.m. or 9 p.m.
Oct. 13, 16, 20, 23
Hawaii’s Plantation Village
94-695 Waipahu St.
$20 (reservations required)

Have a secret passion for the paranormal? Make a reservation to join the Haunted Plantation Ghost Hunt that runs for four nights only. Each tour can accommodate 20 people and will equip them with professional paranormal investigation equipment like EVPs and voice boxes. Feel free to bring your own equipment and cameras to record roaming spirits.

The tours are two hours long, allowing ghost hunters ample time to explore the plantation grounds. The group will be separated into two smaller groups taking turns on each half of the plantation.

To make a reservation call Jeffrey Higa at 808-677-0110.


nightmares liveNightmare at Dole Plantation 2

Fri & Sat 7-11 p.m.;
Sun 7-10 p.m.
Oct. 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, 31
Dole Plantation
64-1550 Kamehameha Highway

Nightmares Live presents Nightmare at Dole Plantation 2 with long mazes, in-your-face terror, live actors, top-notch props and costumes, intense audio, horror movie set design and more.

There are four haunted attractions including the Trail of Terror, Collrophobia, Haunted Train Ride: Tales from Beyond the Grave, and Warehouse 31 Gretchen’s Revenge.

For more information visit:


GeneralSavagesZombieUprising-POSTER1General Savage’s Zombie Uprising

7:30-10:30 p.m.
Oct. 10, 11, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 31 & Nov. 1
Extreme Paintball Field
96-1041 Midway St., Kapolei
$12 pre-sale (12 and over)

Fight back against General Savage’s Zombie Uprising at the Hawaii Extreme Paintball field in Kapolei. This outdoor haunted attraction will feature “The Zombie Killing Field,” where guests will have the opportunity to shoot paintballs at General Savage’s army of Zombies.

This one-of-a-kind interactive experience is is sure to bring out your inner survivor pumping adrenaline from both fear and fun.


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Spookapalooza 2014

Departures: 7:00 p.m., 7:45 p.m., 8:30 p.m., 9:15 p.m.
Oct. 24, 25
The Hawaiian Railway Society train yard
91-1001 Renton Road, Ewa Beach
$5 fares (cash only)

The Hawaiian Railway Society presents its 2014 Halloween fundraiser, a 20-minute train ride filled with chilling ghost stories. Passengers must be 3 years or older and arrive 20 minutes prior to departure time.

Reservations are required by calling 808-681-5461 or visiting the office. For more information visit:


10325523_804756829569341_5015704038711394805_nSheraton Princess Kaʻiulani Hotel Haunted House

3-8 p.m.
Oct. 28, 29, 30
Sheraton Princess Kaʻiulani Hotel
120 Kaiulani Ave.
Ainahau Lobby Area 1st floor
Donations welcome, proceeds benefit Aloha United Way
Parking validation – $5

This yearʻs theme is “Fright Night at the Cinema,” where guests walk through increasingly terrifying scenes from movies that start off kid-friendly and escalate. Movies include, “The Addams Family,” “Tales from the Crypt,” “The Walking Dead,” “Saw,” “The Ring/Grudge” and “IT.” As the terror level rises, children will have a chance to exit leaving only the truly horrific for adults to enjoy.

For more information call 808-753-3261.



NDWHI: Hip-Hop Culture Day

Hip-Hop Culture Day at Ward Warehouse Amphitheatre was the final big event for National Dance Week, which winds up tomorrow. Starting with a day of workshops, from beatboxing to cypher etiquette (aka how to conduct yourself in a b-boy circle), the big event was a cypher (dance circle) and one-on-one b-boy competition with the winner representing Hawaii at the huge international B-Boy in Shanghai World Finals next year.

The competition was intense, broken up by free cyphers – Even the judges showed off their moves.

Congratulations to B-boy Joshskittle, two-time Hawaii champion, who’s traveling to Shanghai again, and to Cypher King and Queen Kelroc and Risa for having a great attitude and being inspirations on the dance floor!

NDWHI: Hip-Hop Culture Day

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NDWHI: Hip-Hop Culture Day

Here’s a video of the final battle:

NDWHI: Children’s Cancer Foundation Fundraiser Showcase

National Dance Week Hawaii held a huge international dance showcase with amazing local and visiting dancers to benefit the Hawaii Children’s Cancer Foundation, on Friday evening at The Crossroads at Hawaiian Brian’s.

More than 10 groups demonstrated colorful dances from around the world, kicking off the show with African drumming and a traditional African dance, and continuing with an Egyptian belly dance, Chinese silk dance, modern urban styles and more. Groups: Dancers Unlimited (Hawaii & New York companies), Sewa Fare, Middle Eastern Dancers Association (MEDA), Studio 808, The Playground / Blank Canvas Crew, Divino Ritmo, Beat Rock Krew, Linda Melodia Dance Company, Castle High School, Hawaii Dance Expression Facility (HIDef), Stylez Connection, Phoenix Dance Chamber, and Jason Tom the Human Beatbox.

Frolic is proud to be a media sponsor for National Dance Week Hawaii. For more information on NDWHI, which runs through Oct. 6, visit the website at

NDWHI: Children's Cancer Foundation Fundraiser Showcase

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NDWHI: Children's Cancer Foundation Fundraiser Showcase