31 Oct Party the Halloween night away
It’s almost Halloween, but even before the last week of October, New York has already had a series of early Halloween events around the city—from Boo at the Bronx Zoo, a fun Halloween event at the American Museum of Natural History, Bootanical at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, to treats and thrills at the Queens County Farm.
Nevertheless, Halloween is at its peak best during the evening of October 31st, it’s always the best time to have the most fun with your children, friends and family. And whatever everyone fancies—whether that’s haunted tours; costume parades; haunted farms; trick-or-treating; arts and crafts; and live performances, everyone can have fun together anywhere in the city.
But for those saving the best for last, join in the great fun along with thousands of New Yorkers at the Village Halloween Parade—starting from 6th Avenue at Canal Street (Oct. 31, 6:30pm-8:30pm) and be amazed at the craziest and the most extraordinary costumes with live music from over 35 bands; get to see over 500 carved pumpkins at the Spooky Pumpkin Garden at New York Botanical Garden (until Oct. 31); and don’t forget to bring your carved pumpkin at the annual Pumpkin Flotilla at the Dana Discovery Center in Central Park (Oct. 30, 4:00pm-7:00pm).
MK Karaoke: K-town’s top place to party
Now that you’ve celebrated Halloween at these big events with the general public, the fun shouldn’t stop there—complete the night of Halloween festivities for a private party of your own just with your friends and family—only at MK Karaoke in Koreatown.
As described by NYC: The Official Guide, “A party always awaits at this fifth floor karaoke lounge.” With its vibrant walls, silver full-size bar, glitzy tabletops, bottle service, sound-proof private rooms, great staff service, and an extensive catalog of over 100,000 songs—an exciting celebratory atmosphere is set to be experienced here perfect to party the Halloween night away.
With plenty of Korean, English and Chinese songs, it’s high time to bring out the hidden singing talent in you. But whether you can sing well or not, you can always have fun without being embarrassed—dance to your favorite songs and let the fangirl and fanboy inside you shine and let loose.
And to complement that all-night musical Halloween entertainment, don’t miss their eclectic mixed drinks, particularly the Sake Bomb (sake and Asahi beer), K-Town Bomb (soju and light beer) and fruit cocktail soju (watermelon, lychee and soju), along with wine, beers, cocktails, and delectable bar eats.