Where to Go Out on Halloween?

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Dress up, drink up and dance away!

Put on your scariest costume, apply creepy make-up and don’t forget your dancing shoes! Now, that you’re ready for one hell of a good time, here’s a list of best Halloween parties in town.

Halloween Party @Katran – Dr Krueger’s Operating Room


Where:  MUSEUM Katran, Radnička cesta 27, Zagreb

When:  10 PM – 6 AM

Admission: 29,99 HRK – costumed partygoers, 39,99 HRK – party-poopers not wearing costume

Famous for hosting notorious parties, Katran is definitely one of the best places to celebrate Halloween. This year, Katran is hosting the tenth traditional Halloween party – ‘the only true Halloween party in the city’. Come early and click ‘going’ to secure your spot and don’t forget to put on a scary costume. Everyone who dresses up will have a priorty entry (before midnight), cheaper admission fee and definitely more fun!“We invite you to come and join us at the ‘Hospital at the Edge of Town’, where Dr Krueger will accept all masked patients, whereas the unmasked ones will be ‘massacred’.

Surgery – Dr. Prince Kruger – // Mashup //

General medicine – Dr Marin Bukljaš and nurse Dj Eva Marija – // Pop / Disco / Funk / Electrofunk //

Pathology – Dr. Antonio Zuza & Dr. Yesh – // House //

Transplantation – Dr. Vet. Denna M – // Rock’n’Roll //

Močvara Halloween Party (on 2 Floors)


Where: Močvara, Trnjanski nasip bb, Zagreb

When: 9 PM – 6 AM

Admission: 30 HRK

“Empty meadow enveloped by fog with a faint murmur of the slow-moving river in the background. Spooky fall evening, just like from the Carpenter or Romer movies, with songs of Misfits blasting from the nearby club. Suddenly, evil hordes start to emerge from the fog: zombies, witches, bloodthirsty nurses and many other monsters. They enter a club called Močvara where DJ Mario Kovač puts on a horrifyingly good selection of trash, punk, metal, RnR and music hits from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s… The apocalyptic scenes of the slasher movies on the walls of the club alternate with the strobe light effects at one of the best and most unusual Halloween parties of the past couple of decades. Come see why hundreds of people are returning back to the scene of crime time and time again,” states the announcement of the Močvara Halloween party, inviting all looking for a terribly good time to come by and join the scariest party in town.

On the second ‘floor’ in Pogon Jedinstvo hall, you can catch a cabaret show (from 9 pm – 10.30 pm) or enjoy the best of the scary music and horror hits from popular movies of the horror genre such as the Night Of The Living Dead, Dracula, The Wolf Man, Psycho, Bride Of Frankenstein, Scream, Halloween, Assault on Precinct 13, The Fly, Friday the 13th, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre etc. WolfBad Squad aka Mr Wolf and Mr Bad will make sure the party rages on until the early morning hours (from 10.30 pm – 6 am). Fun guaranteed.



Where: Jabuka, Jabukovac 28, Zagreb

When: 10 PM – 5 AM

Admission: 20 HRK

For all fans of dark and gloomy music, Jabuka club in Zagreb is the best nightclub in town and the favourite spot among the alternative crowd. The Halloween party will be no exception. It will be hosted by Discorrosion Party, whose DJ End will play the best of the darkest hits of such famous bands as the Sisters of Mercy, The Cure, Depeche Mode, Siouxie and the Banshees, The Smiths, David Bowie, Editors, IAMX, Joy Division, Killing Joke, Laibach, New Order, Nine Inch Nails, Peter Murphy, Muse, Placebo, Marilyn Manson, Rammstein, Nick Cave, Pixies and many more. Best costumes will have a chance to win prizes – the first prize is a two-night stay for 2-4 people at Kuća za odmor Vukelić, dinner for two at Pirates Karaka restaurant and a Jabuka membership card, T-shirt and 5 rounds of drinks.

What will you be for Halloween and why a clown? @ Klub


Where: Klub, Pavla Hatza 16, Zagreb

When: 11:50 PM – 4:50 AM

Admission: 20 HRK before midnight, 30 HRK after (or 20 HRK all night for the wearing a costume)

No idea where to go or what or to be for Halloween? How about dressing up as a clown and dancing the night away at Klub. A free welcome rakija drink awaits every clown at the bar. “Štaš bit” (Štaš bit za Halloween i zašto baš klaun?) is the Halloween edition of the regular “Štaš pit” programme, which is just a big mashup of everything, including all genres of music and all kinds of booze. DJs Indy and Resk will keep you dancing like crazy all night long.

Halloween nIghT @ Johann Franck


Where: Johann Franck, Josip Jelačić 9,  Zagreb

When: 10 PM – 4 AM

Admission: Free

“Do you know what coulrophobia is? ?Do you have arachnophobia? ?Or are you perhaps ophidiophobic? ?It’s time to face your fears and come to the party that will erase all of them,” Johann Franck invites you to dress up as your biggest fear and enjoy the spooky party until the early morning hours. Terribly good DJs will be in charge of turning the club into Pennywise’s’ spooky hideout spot. The entrance is free for all who come dressed up, while others who chose to opt out from masking themselves, should fear the charging fee!

Trash Halloween @ Culture Factory (Tvornica Kulture)


Where: Tvornica Kulture, Šubićeva 2, Zagreb

When: 11 PM – 4 AM

Admission: 20 HRK/30 HRK

“Like it or not, Halloween is Trash” (Oš’ neš’ Haloween je treš) is the name of the Halloween edition of the popular club event at Tvornica Kulture, where people dance and sing along to some of the trashiest hits without inkling of guilt – no guilty pleasures, just a lot of fun! “We do not condemn, we approve” say the organisers, proving that Halloween is a great opportunity to act foolish and let yourself be whatever you wish to be, just for one night. The playlist will include mostly pop, from back-to-back pop, pop punk, hip hop (which rhymes with pop), 90s hits, RnB approved by MTV, Viva, OK!, everything from early 2000s and Backstreet’s Back to more recent pop trash of Taylor Swit’s I Knew You Were Trouble. Of course, expect a lot of ‘homemade’ Croatian trash – Tina and Nikša, E.T., Petar Grašo and many more. The admission if 20 kunas all night long for the all that took time to dress up, whereas the lazy, unimaginative partygoers will have to pay 30 kunas after 1 AM.


For more party options, visit the Zagreb Events website here.



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