Welcome to Los Angeles: home of icons and misfits, artists and celebrities, lovers and rebels. This is the #1 destination in the country for people watching; come here to see AND be seen. But in West Hollywood, the heart of LA, there’s no better time for this than All Hallow’s Eve.
Enter the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval, which is unlike any other Halloween event in the world: think Santa Monica Boulevard, dozens of bar specials serving up boozy treats, tons of DJs and live music, and almost half a million people in wild, eye-popping costumes. And when it comes to the music, there will be such an amazing plethora of live acts that’ll make sure you dance till you drop! The event started out in 1987 as a platform to showcase the diverse culture of Los Angeles, and today it’s one of the city’s biggest parties of the year. And that’s saying a lot, considering the City of Angels’ reputation for throwing all kinds of social gatherings and epic nightlife.
Unleash your inner freak at the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval where costumes as crazy as possible are the norm, and you’ll get to party it up with eye-popping shows, exhibitionists, and endless drinks.
Trust us, you’re not going to want to scrimp on your outfit for the revelries or you’re going to stand out like a sore thumb because trick or treating for adults doesn’t get any better than this. This event is is NSFW by nature, so expect to see lots of eye-popping and cheeky outfits.
The festivities start at 6PM to 10:30PM at Santa Monica Boulevard, from Doheny Drive up to La Cienega Boulevard, plus lots of insane after parties in various watering holes around town. Admission is free of charge for all, and no tickets are required – you’ll just need to pay for your food and booze at the participating establishments during the event.
Check out the event map to find out what’s happening at the many party places around Santa Monica Boulevard on Halloween.
Easily the most walkable city in California, you won’t be needing a car to get around WeHo on All Hallow’s Eve. If you do need one, consider taking the Pickup, a free trolley service in West Hollywood. While parking is usually available in the many garages and public lots around West Hollywood, it’s isn’t advisable for the event because of the numerous street closures.
With over 2,000 hotels in West Hollywood, finding a hotel to suit your budget and tastes isn’t difficult. From old luxury glam to budget hotels, West Hollywood accommodation choices have something for everyone.
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If you’re looking for fun, you’ve come to the right place. Los Angeles is the epicenter of good times, especially in the 1.9 square miles of West Hollywood. Take your pick of rooftop bars with gorgeous views, and sip on a fancy cocktail. Immerse yourself in the art of Sunset Boulevard, home to a handful of unique galleries.
The drinking doesn’t stop after Halloween, there’ll be more opportunities to booze up in West Hollywood any time of day. Yes, we mean ANY time of day – bottomless brunch is a WeHo weekend tradition, so go ahead and indulge on those mimosas.
The West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval will be taking place on October 31, 2019.
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