Ghouls and goblins, get ready to celebrate Halloween in Whistler. From family friendly to screaming parties, there’s a trick or treat for everyone. What’s even more exciting, is that this supernatural fall holiday isn’t confined to only one night here in the mountains, it’s a whole weekend. If you’re ready to get the party started, pack your bags and hop on your broomstick, here’s what’s happening in Whistler this Halloween!
The Masquerade: Zero Ceiling’s Fall Fundraiser
Date: October 26th
This Halloween, don your most mysterious fancy dress apparel and of course, a mask for The Masquerade, Zero Ceiling’s fall fundraiser event. Sip on drinks, eat delicious appetizers and dance the evening away to a live band. Proceeds provide homeless youth with housing, employment, one-to-one support and access to outdoor adventures.
Halloween For The Weekend Warrior
Date: October 27th
Are you scheduled to work the weekend of Halloween? Don’t fret, Brickworx is holding a Halloween for the weekend warrior. It’s a chance to dress up, enjoy live music, as well as lots of craft beer!
The Rocky Horror Picture Show Experience
Date: October 29th
Halloween isn’t complete without a showing of the classic cult film, the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Attending this interactive and oh, so festive event means dressing up and playing along with the live actors. Finally, be prepared, costumes, props, and participation by the audience is encouraged…or rather demanded!
Heavy Hitting Horror Fest
Date: October 30th
Horror movie film lovers rejoice! After a two year hiatus, this beloved local film festival is back. Guests will be the first to see a selection of independent scream-worthy horror movies. And as for the red carpet, dress to impress.
Halloween At Tapley’s Farm
Date: October 31st
Round up the witches, devils and little angels for trick or treating at Tapley’s Farm. The neighborhood is within walking distance from the village and is closed to traffic from 5:30 pm onwards. Once you and your family have gathered enough candy, it’s time to enjoy fireworks that are generously sponsored by Nesters Market and presented by the Whistler Fire Department. The show starts at 7:30 pm at Myrtle Philip School’s Lower Playing Field.
Raveyard – The Halloween Party
Date: October 31st
Do the monster mash along with other Hallows Eve revelers at Garfinkel’s Raveyard. First of all, start planning your costume, it’s place to have your costume seen and to be seen. Secondly, it’s suggested to purchase your tickets ahead of time, this event is popular and can sell out!
Halloween is a weekend-long event in Whistler. From parties to trick or treating, there’s really something for everyone to celebrate the most exciting and spooky holiday of the fall season. To enjoy every last ounce of fun and candy, book your stay at Whistler’s boutique hotel the Adara Hotel.