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Ten More Killer Halloween Parties: Greasers, Lingerie, Ciara, Teairra Mari, and Casual Sax

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If our first list of Halloween shindigs wasn't enough to satisfy that party craving, check out ten more gatherings that may do the trick. It's Crossfade's treat.

Halloween at Buck15. Sunday, October 31, at 10 p.m.
The best costume of the night wins a $100 bar tab. Girls get to drink free until midnight while guys get to enjoy twofer wells. DJ Diaga will be manning the decks.

Pin-Up Dolls and Greasers at WALL Lounge. Saturday, October 30 at 11 p.m.
Embrace your Danny Zuko-dance urges with a party sponsored by Dos Equis and guest DJ Austin Leeds.

Candyland Halloween Party at the Sunset Lounge of the Mondrian Hotel. Saturday, October 30 at 10 p.m., $25.
If you feel like channeling your inner Katy Perry, head to the Sunset Lounge for this board-game themed party. A cash bar will be serving Candyland-inspired cocktails and guests will receive complimentary Leblon caipirinhas from 10 to 11 p.m. DJ Brookly Dawn will be handling the decks.

Teairra Mari Lingerie Halloween Party at B.E.D. Saturday, October 30 at 11 p.m., $20.
Beautiful R&B singer + lingerie + Cîroc sponsorship + free entry for ladies dressed in costume = a party full of eye candy.

The Reel Horror Ball at the Gansevoort Hotel. Sunday, October 31 at 8 p.m., $25.
Plunge, STK, and Coco de Ville transform into individually themed but connected parties. The ticket price includes access to all three venues and two hours of complimentary cocktails.

A Nightmare on 23rd Street, Cafeina Lounge. Saturday, October 30.

Every time that eerie Freddy theme song plays, guests will receive complimentary Southern Comfort shots. There will also be a costume contest hosted by Elaine Lancaster. 

Ciara's Birthday and Halloween Party at LIV. Sunday, October 31.

The ever-so-bendable Ciara Harris does double-party duty at this special edition of Imagine Sundays. The theme: "Wear What You Dare."

Circo de los Horrores Official After Party at Segafredo Brickell and Spazio Nero. Saturday, October 30 at 9 p.m.
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f you had the courage to see the Spanish freak show running at the James L. Knight Center, you already know what's in store here. The cast promises a night of "horrifying performances" and entertainment.

The Mad Hatter's Ball at Louis Bar-Lounge. Sunday, October 31 at 11 p.m.
Louis transforms into Wonderland-like fun house with crazy mirrors, circus-like décor, and top hat giveaways. DJ Erok leads the sounds and Zac Courtney of Love Cat Productions plays host.

Casual Sax at the Halloween Edition of Chocolate Sundays at Purdy Lounge. Sunday, October 31 at 10 p.m., free.
Join Sven from Casual Sax alongside DZA, Contra, Le Spam, Mike Deuce, and Jessica Who? for a night full of shenanigans. Those in costume get free Miller High Life as long as it lasts, so get there early.

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