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Halloween in Barcelona 2011

Posted by justbarcelona on October 18, 2011 in Suggestions with No Comments


Do you fancy celebrating Halloween in Barcelona but haven’t decided what you’re going to do yet? You will find celebrations taking place in numerous pubs and clubs, where the only thing you have to do is get dressed up. However, if you’re looking for something slightly different then here are a few suggestions so that you enjoy Halloween in Barcelona to the max.

Anti-Karaoke Halloween – Halloween 2011 falls on a Monday, thus Barcelona Antikaraoke will be moving to the large dance floor in the Apolo club so that nobody misses out. The show will be presented by Rachel Arieff combining humour, parodies and underground karaoke. Whip on your best Halloween costume, warm up your voice and take to the stage to sing songs from the more than 500 sings on offer. Where: Apolo club I. When: Monday the 31st of October at 9:30pm. Price: 8 euro with a drink included.


Halloween at Port Aventura – Just like every year, the theme park Port Aventura is organising a Halloween party so that you can have a real spine-tingling time surrounded by pumpkins, monsters, vampires, mystery, pyrotechnic shows and music from beyond the grave. Dare you enter into the Passage of Terror “Penitence” and venture in the forest of fear, as well as enjoy the numerous shows organised especially for Halloween. Where: Port Aventura. When: From the 24th of September to the 20th of November. Price: 44 euro normal price. Under 10s and over 60s, 36 euro. (If you’re taking the train, check the combined price offer with a Renfe Rodalies ticket, as the price is the same!)


Altar Walk – In addition to the traditional Castañada and Halloween celebrations, throughout October they celebrate a little of the Mexican culture in Barcelona with The Day of the Dead. To be more precise, in line with tradition, altars are set up, floral offerings are made and there is food and drink to commemorate the dead. If you are interested in knowing more about this celebration then you can admire spectacular and colourful altars during the Altar Walk on Day of the Dead in Barcelona. Where: Diverse places across Barcelona. When: the 1st and 2nd of November.

Whatever it is that you decide to do, a Halloween is not a real Halloween without a good costume to make a good impression. Here are some of the best Halloween fancy dress shops in Barcelona where you can buy make up, scary masks and Halloween costumes for that perfectly terrifying look.

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