Monster Bash: Can’t Miss Long Island Halloween Parties 2017

There will be a few tricks and a whole lot of treats at these top Long Island Halloween Parties 2017. Enter them if you dare.

Sands Point

What: Hempstead House Haunt: Dante’s Inferno Halloween Ball
Where: Hempstead House, 127 Middle Neck Road
When: Saturday, Oct. 28, 7pm
Why Go:  This night is like a sensory rollercoaster ride. The home that inspired The Great Gatsby is dressing up like Dante’s Inferno this Halloween and guests can take a journey through it. Dinner, a Seven Deadly Sins themed cabaret performance and dancing will follow. Costumes are highly encouraged. The Halloween Ball benefits the Conservancy’s mission to preserve the mansions and grounds of the former Guggenheim Estate and to provide programming to the community. Click to go


What: Comedy Night Halloween Style
Where: Governor’s Comedy Club of Levittown, 90 Division Ave.
When: Wednesday, Oct. 25, 6:30pm
Why Go: Dress up and crack up at the Annual Comedy Night fundraiser hosted by the Ronald McDonald House Long Island Advisory Board. The event includes a comedy show, food, drinks, raffles, silent auction and optional costume contest. Click to go


What: Halloween Masquerade Ball
Where: Long Island Aquarium, 431 E Main St.
When: Friday, Oct. 27, 8pm
Why Go: Wearing a costume to visit the aquarium isn’t usually encouraged, but it is for this event! Say hello to the sharks and penguins (not in the same tank) while enjoying the open bar, DJ and small plates. Click to go


What: Rocky Horror Picture Show
Where: Off Key Tikki, 31 Baker Place
When: Sunday, Oct. 22 and 29
Why Go: Do the Time Warp at this live outdoor performance of Rocky Horror Picture Show. There will be eating around a crackling firepit, full food and beverage menu and table service. The two performances are rain or shine. Click to go

What: Witches and Whiskey Halloween Party
Where: Off Key Tikki, 31 Baker Place
When: Saturday, Oct. 28, 7-11pm
Why Go: Start preparing your costume now because the contest winner gets a trip to Jamaica (winning would be ideal because apparently we’re in for a hell of a winter)! Enjoy discounted drink choices and a screening of Forbidden Planet and Metropolis Rock Opera on a 30-inch drive-in screen. Click to go


What: Adult Cruise to Bug Lighthouse
Where: East End Seaport Museum, 3rd St.
When: Saturday, Oct. 28, 4pm
Why Go: Boating season ain’t over until the spooky ghoul sings! Cruise to Long Beach Bar “Bug” Lighthouse while enjoying wine and cheese. Lighthouse ghost stories, a costume contest and the chance to explore the North Fork landmark are also on the itinerary. Click to go

Deer Park

What: Brumidi’s Annual Halloween Dinner Dance
Where: Brumidi’s, 2075 Deer Park Ave.
When: Saturday, Oct. 28, 7:30pm
Why Go: Wear whatever you’d like, but make sure you wear your dancing shoes. The Halloween Dinner Dance will feature a buffet style dinner, a DJ and prizes for best costume. Cick to go


What: Costumes and Cocktails
Where: Woodbury Country Club,  884 Jericho Tpke.
When: Friday, Oct. 27, 8pm
Why Go: It’s entirely possible to have a classy Halloween evening. This upscale event will feature one hour of hors d’oeuvres, a sit down dinner, dessert and coffee and cash bar. The best costume will be awarded two free tickets to the country club’s New Year’s Eve Party and a room at the Melville Marriot. Click to go


What: Halloween Party at the Snapper Inn
Where: Snapper Inn, 500 Shore Dr.
When: Friday, Oct. 27, 7pm
Why Go: Get into the Halloween spirit and enjoy the water-front view at the Snapper Inn. Highlights of this party include a DJ, buffet and prizes awarded for best costume. Click to go