What’s on in Tilburg this weekend and beyond? To help you make the most of your time off campus, our weekly city guide brings you fresh ideas on what to do in and around Tilburg.
It’s the time of the season where witches, ghosts and other scary creatures roam the face of the earth: Halloween! This year, the 31th of October falls on a weekday so most of the Halloween parties take place on October 27. Here is your guide to the scariest parties in Tilburg.
Haunted Hause De Living
Each year, De Living organizes an amazing Halloween Party, turning their bar into a scary haunted house. They open their doors to all the vampires, witches and werewolves of Tilburg at 21:30h. After midnight, it is impossible to get in or out, so be ready to stay awake all night. Tickets cost 5 euros and need to be bought in advance. Good to know: the best dressed attendee wins a prize.When: October 27
Where: De Living, Oude Markt 8
Cost: € 5,00
Monsters Ball at De Lollipop
The Lollipop is known for its lavish parties and Halloween is no exception. Whereas the bar normally colors pink, there is one night a year where it turns blood red. At this year’s Monsters Ball, you can party in a graveyard or a haunted mansion and dance to creepy music. Are you ready for amazing extravaganza while trying to stay alive among the monsters of the dark? Then save the date and good luck.When: October 27
Where: De Lollipop, Paleisring 25
Cost: Free entrance
Halloween Night at the Euroscoop
Do you like scary movies? Then the Halloween party at Euroscoop in Tilburg is just the thing for you. On the night of the 31stof October you will be able to watch two horror movies on the big screen, “Halloween” and “Hellfest”. They are quite scary, so if you are faint of heart you best prepare for a couple of sleepless nights. Besides the movies, you will also be watching your back, for the monsters of Euroscoop will be let loose. Tickets for the entire night cost € 15,60.When: October 31
Where: Euroscoop, Olympiaplein 2
Cost: € 15,60