Looking to get the most out of your Halloween costume this year? Here are two events guaranteed to be fun for both adults and kids. So, suit up and get ready to celebrate the spookiest weekend of the year!
Join us this year for our rockin' Halloween party in the backroom at BSP Kingston! The Hudson Valley’s biggest and wildest halloween dance party returns this year on Saturday, October 28 with Chronoween 4: Rock and Roll is (Un)dead!
BSP Kingston is opening their historic (and haunted) back room theater for a massive DJ dance party, costume contest, and photobooth. Food courtesy of PAKT Kingston will be served and a $250 cash prize courtesy of The Barn of Terror will be awarded to the best “Rock and Roll is (un)dead” costume!
Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Doors open at 9pm and the party starts at 10pm. Must be 21 and above to attend.
Need something to do during the day for the kids? The Wassaic Project will be hosting a kid friendly Haunted Mill as well as an evening adult version followed by their annual Monster’s Ball on Saturday, October 28.
Come and immerse yourself and your kids in The Wassaic Project's Kid’s Haunted Mill, where artists have transformed the towering Maxon Mills into an exciting Halloween experience. Open from 3-5pm, The Kid’s Haunted Mill will have family-friendly Halloween festivities, including: hayrides, a costume contest, face painting, snacks, chalk drawing, and carnival activities.
At 6pm the Haunted Mill will transform into seven floors of spooky, twisted, and imaginative full-room artist installations. Adults and teens will have the chance to venture up the winding staircases of the Maxon Mills for seven floors of thrills and chills until 9pm. Both the Kids and Adult’s Haunted Mill are free and open to the public.
At 9pm, the party will continue into the late evening at the Monster’s Ball at the Lantern, a bar and restaurant located in Wassaic. Prince Rama, a Brooklyn-based, electro-dance duo will take the stage and DJ sets from PJ Grey and Spooky Bear will follow. Tickets are $10.