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Grown Up Halloween Fun In Miami 2019

All Hallows Eve is no longer just for the kids and Hilton Miami Downtown has your local guide for the best ways to celebrate a Grown Up Halloween in Miami!

Halloween CocktailThe results are in and a National Retail Federation (NRF) survey for 2019 shows that Halloween is certainly a hot trending topic in the USA! 68% of Americans plan to celebrate this year, yet no longer is All Hallows Eve just for kids and trick-or-treating. The most likely ages to celebrate the holiday are millennials and no, they will not be celebrating by handing out candy! When costumes and carving pumpkins aren’t enough to get in the spirit to celebrate, add some spooktacular fun to the day with these three events for some Grown Up Halloween fun in Miami!

HalloWYN at Wynwood Marketplace

Wynwood’s Official Halloween Block Party is back and as always, free and open to all ages! There will be something for everyone to enjoy as the event stretches from 7:00PM all the way to the wee hours of the night, ending around 3:00AM! New for this year, there will be a fire bar, bursting with flames and serving up special signature cocktails such as the Blood and Fire (a double shot of Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey, peach nectar, and Tropical Red Bull®) to ignite your night! The Dragon’s Den will feature cage dancers and fire spinners, all grooving to the music being spun by the best local DJ’s. Costume contests for cash prizes and a chance to check out the marketplace decked out in frightening fashion is reason alone for popping on by on All Hallows Eve.

Monster Bar Crawl in Brickell

Since Halloween falls on a Thursday in 2019, Miami’s biggest Halloween bar crawl has expanded to two days for its 5th year! On either Saturday, October 26 or Thursday, October 31, enjoy 5 free drinks and shocking drink specials at the 5+ participating venues, including Blackbird Ordinary, TuCandela, and American Social. Registration for either date is required with ticket prices starting at $15. Break out your best costume and get ready for a night full of drinking, dancing, and hoppy Halloween hilarity. Tickets are limited so make sure to register now!

Halloween Night on Lincoln Road

Even if you aren’t into celebrating the holiday yourself, you can still check out Magic City’s biggest and craziest costume party. The main stretch of this famous people-watching promenade will be family-friendly fare from 5:00PM to 8:00PM on Halloween (Thursday, October 31). But as soon as darkness falls across the land and the thousands of local and visiting costumed characters descend, the scene turns much more raucous and rowdy.

After actively seeking out some hauntingly Halloween-inspired revelry, you might be in need of retreating to a perfectly normal safe haven. Luckily for you, Hilton Miami Downtown is not just normal, but also upscale, modernly-appointed, and warmly welcoming. Even better, our central location makes sure that you’re close to all of the action from Wynwood to Brickell and every haunt in between!

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