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Your Ultimate Guide to Honolulu’s Best Halloween Parties and Events 2017

We’ve rounded up October’s best Halloween events to keep you spooked all month long.


Updated on Oct. 5, 2017.

Halloween at the Hyatt

Photo: Courtesy of Hyatt Regency Waikīkī Beach Resort and Spa


It’s finally here: the month we’ve all been waiting for. Sure, Halloween itself might only be one day, but that doesn’t mean we can’t party like poltergeists all month long. We’ve rounded up Honolulu’s best Halloween events for your guide to a hauntingly good October. 


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Hitchcocktober at Consolidated Theatres

Oct. 3–31

Nothing says Halloween like rewatching some of Alfred Hitchcock’s most iconic films. (Psycho still makes us nervous in the shower.) Consolidated Theatres will be showing special screenings of North by Northwest, Notorious, Vertigo, Rebecca and Psycho every Tuesday at Kāhala Mall throughout October, with a double screening of Psycho at Kāhala and ‘Ōlino Theatres on Halloween. Talk about a fright night.

Kāhala: 4211 Wai‘alae Ave.; ‘Ōlino: 91-5431 Kapolei Parkway, #600, Kapolei (Kapolei on Halloween night only); $10, Tuesdays at 7 p.m., consolidatedtheatres.com/oahu


Ghouls ’N’ Gamblin’

Oct. 20

Feelin’ lucky? Come in character to the Elite Parking Foundation’s casino night for your chance to win $500 in the costume contest, a trip for two to Las Vegas in the prize drawing and more. This year, proceeds from entrance tickets, casino and alcohol sales will benefit the Special Olympics of Hawai‘i and the Boys & Girls Club of Hawai‘i.

Pōmaika‘i Ballrooms, 735 ‘Iwilei Road, $25 presale, $35 at the door, 6–11 p.m., eventbrite.com


Tim Burton Film Festival

Oct. 20–22

Tim Burton


Tim Burton’s films don’t all take place around Halloween, but they’re still creepy enough to get you in the spooky mood. Here’s your chance to see Beetlejuice, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Edward Scissorhands and Corpse Bride on the big screen in a (supposedly) haunted theater.

Hawai‘i Theatre, $7–$12, hawaiitheatre.com


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The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Hosted by Tita Tisling and Cast

Oct. 26­–31

Let’s do the time-warp again! Instead of watching The Rocky Horror Picture Show at home for the billionth time, experience the cult classic on a monster-size movie screen. This fully interactive show is accompanied by a full cast of characters and gives you the chance to shout and dance in your seats (and even dress up as your favorite characters. Dibs on Frank N. Furter!). Doors open an hour before start time for cocktails, movie snacks, props and more.

The Arts at Marks Garage, 1159 Nu‘uanu Ave., Oct. 26 and 27 at 8 p.m., Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. and midnight, October 31 at 8 p.m., $20 advance tickets, $25 at the door, eventbrite.com


Art After Dark: Kings & Queens

Oct. 27

Calling all scream queens and kings of horror: Come spend the evening with Halloween royalty at the Halloween edition of Honolulu Museum of Art’s Art After Dark. Get down to spooky sounds from King DJ Revise and Queen DJ Tittahbyte, sip on frightfully good cocktails at the iichiko bar and enter the costume contest for your chance to be officially crowned king or queen of the Halloween ball.

Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S. Beretania St., free for museum members, $25 general admission, 6­–9 p.m., honolulumuseum.org/events/art_after_dark/16501-kings_queens


Hallowbaloo 2017

Oct. 28


Photo: Kelli Bullock

Honolulu’s Chinatown arts district and historic Downtown will once again transform into a massive spooktacular celebration of music, craft beer, food, art and entertainment. This year’s street festival promises Hawai‘i’s largest Halloween outdoor craft beer experience, food trucks, three stages of music and entertainment and the chance to win $1,000 in a costume contest. Then, walk your wicked self over to the after party at Club Hallowbaloo featuring eight clubs and just one cover charge. 

Nu‘uanu Ave., Hotel, Smith and Pauahi streets; street festival: 5–10 p.m.; Club Hallowbaloo: until 2 a.m.; $10–$45, 21 and over (unless accompanied by an adult), eventbrite.com


Rock the Block Halloween Spooktacular/The Creepy Tiki Cruise

Oct. 28

Classic cars, pinup girls and … zombies? We can dig it. Put on your favorite poodle skirt, tease and grease up that hair and come on down to Rock the Block in Kaka‘ako for a throwback Halloween party featuring classic cars and bikes, pretty dames, gruesome zombies, street vendors, food trucks, live music by Ooklah, Jimmy Weeks and more. 

Cooke and Auahi streets, free, 5–10 p.m., facebook.com 


Halloween at the Hyatt

Oct. 31

Halloween party Hyatt

Photo: Hyatt Regency Waikīkī Beach Resort and Spa

Batmen, Wonder Women, this one’s for you: “League Up!” is your chance to suit up as your favorite superhero (or villain) for a night filled with tricks and treats. Fly solo or assemble the squad for the Halloween costume contest and you could win up to $2,000 in cash and prizes. Don’t want the night to end? Head over to the official after party at The District Nightclub and keep the fun going all night long.

Hyatt Regency Waikīkī Beach Resort and Spa, 2424 Kalākaua Ave., $10 general admission, $20 VIP (includes a glow stick, fast pass to skip lines and a candy pouch), 8 p.m., seetickets.us


We’ll be updating this list with more events as the month goes on, so bookmark this page and keep checking back!






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