Halloween a celebration where little kids dress up and get candy, teens dress up, get drunk, and go get candy, and adults dress up, get drunk, and give out candy, funny how things all work out.
Halloween in Montreal is not unlike All Hallow’s Eve in other cities around North America. Glitzy parties, sexy costumes, underground bashes, and annual community events all coincide with the holiday season, meaning there’s no shortage of things to do in the city on your trip this holiday season. From zombie walks to costume parties, adult-oriented events abound in Montreal each October in preparation for Halloween night. Whether you’re a fan of haunted tours or would rather dance the night away, you’ve got plenty of options to celebrate Halloween in Montreal. (Read more about the adult-oriented events abound in Montreal)
When it comes to celebrating the spookiest (and often sexiest) holiday of the year, no other city in the U.S. does Halloween quite like Los Angeles. If you are seeking adults-only costumed celebrations, there are several haunted and sexy Halloween gatherings happening in bars, hotels, and other venues in 2019. However, if you’re looking for Halloween theme park events, haunted houses, and other special events, check out the full guide to the holiday in L.A. To get to your destination safely, don’t drive if you plan to drink. Instead, take the Metro or a cab.
Halloweekend When the holiday of Halloween falls on a weekend (being a Friday, Saturday or Sunday), the entire weekend is then dubbed to be a Halloweekend. It may refer to the entire weekend being considered as one large, three night holiday. Yippee!!
Ashley, Candy is Dandy but Wine is Divine I have both xx