Looking for a friiightening night out in Germany’s capital? Look no further, this guide will tell you all you need to know about making the most out of your Halloween this year in the ultimate party city – Berlin. This night is when everyone comes out to have fun, Halloween in Berlin is not only geared towards the kids, but adults who would normally be seen in smart attire in the capitals offices, shops and cafes, and for many, this night has been hotly anticipated by Goths, punks, fetish lovers and extreme piercing and tattoo fans, this night is really something spectacular. Don’t forget to book your apartment in Berlin or Berlin hotels in the centre to make the most of this night.
There are many people out there who see Halloween as something overly American and over rated but Berlin has grabbed this occasion with both hands and see it as a night for fun, frolicking, and primarily dressing up. If you plan to be in Berlin this Halloween, seek out one of Berlin’s many fancy dress shops, on 25th October “The Long Night of Shopping” is going to take place, where the shops around the boulevard Kurfürstendamm will stay open until midnight…
With regards to what to do on All Hallowed Eve, there will be big parties underway including the gruselige Halloween Party at Knaack Klub, situated at Greifswalder Straße 224, Prenzlauer Berg. This night is set to be amazing, with performances from the Fistfits who will perform Misfits’ cover songs whilst the clubs other dancefloors play a mix of everything. Starting at 22:00, the barmen will be serving bloody innards, which you’ve got to try! Plus, entrance is €2 if you come in a scary Halloween costume; otherwise, you’ll have to shell out €5. So enjoy getting ready at your accommodation in Berlin, then saunter down to the club in your corpse bride or Frankenstein outfit!
At Marlene-Dietrich-Platz in the Tiergarten, the Halloween masquerade will take place on 27th October. The theme: How the American tourist … Sir Rob Youngblood is to survive the night in the wild and crazy Adagio castle of 1920s Berlin. There’ll be cool music: DJ Polla Disaster in unheiligen hain (the unhallowed grove) and DJ Super Zandy & Funk@Delic in the charming schlossgarten der untoten (castle garden of the undead). If Adagio’s gore isn’t done up well enough for you, visit the highlights of horror cinema in the Horror Classics Lounge. Entrance to the masquerade is €15.
Furthermore, Berlin offers lots for children to do as well…For example; Halloween is a night that Legoland in Berlin celebrates in syle. From 1st October until 14th November, Legoland will be holding model building workshops, face painting, and many surprises. On Halloween night, Friday 31st the Halloween Party will commence at 17:00 and finish at 20:00, with a kids disco, face painting and Gruesome Buffet and much more.