For those of you too lazy to have made plans yet Pulse Radio has put together its very own last minute guide to Halloween in NYC... get your freak on now! Presenting the top three parties to catch this weekend featuring a stellar line up of international DJs -- Sankeys is reopening its doors in Williamsburg, BABEL is hosting Guy Gerber and Behrouz at The Last Ball, and Sheik ‘N’ Beik is throwing a massive bash with Circo Loco’s Andrew Grant and residents Julio, Jeffrey Scott and FoNG.
We are happy to announce that Sankeys has finally arrived to Brooklyn and officially opening on Halloween, October 31st. The legendary UK club opened its doors in New York City last November and has since brought in some of the electronic community’s finest. However, location is key and Manhattan wasn’t quite cutting it.
Sankeys Brooklyn is set to open with a bang on Halloween (and we can't wait to check it out!). In association with Tribal Sessions, Sankeys resident and Tribal legend Greg Vickers is making his New York debut and playing a special 5 hour set, alongside Jozef K and supported by Jkriv. Head back on Saturday for the infamous VIVa Warriors party and catch the legendary Steve Lawler deliver an epic 5 hour set.
Our friends over at Sheik ‘N’ Beik have something special in store at Meatpacking’s Up & Down Nightclub. They’re planning a wacky, weird and overall spectacular night with an open bar from 9:00pm-10:00pm. Any party with Andrew Grant is set to be a good one. The DC10 resident celebrated his tenth year as a resident for Circo Loco’s infamous Monday parties at the Ibiza institution. Sheik ‘N’ Beik have been pumping out party after party at Up & Down, bringing in artists such as Francesca Lombardo, Blond:ish and Alexi Delano. It’s always a blast and this party is almost sold out so get your tickets now!
If you’re trying to turn up the Hollywood glam factor this weekend, head to The Last Ball. BABEL New York has reserved the infamous Queen of the Night event space, located beneath the Paramount Hotel down a spiraling grand marble staircase for an evening of debauchery. Descend into an array of dimly lit corridors and optical illusions and enjoy sounds by Guy Gerber and Behrouz. Guests are advised to make outfits “sinister and sensual, magical and mystical,” so get creative! The event along with the space are truly something special. Shut since 1951, the legendary hotspot had been dormant until its recent resurrection to ring in 2014 last New Year. Celebrating partnering with No. 8 and LVMH, you won’t want to miss the first Halloween in more than half a century at this grand venue.
Still not satisfied? Check out our top 10 list of Halloween parties in NYC here.